Beetaloo Grove is a working olive grove nestled in the picturesque Beetaloo Valley on the slopes of the Southern Flinders Ranges.
It is located 200 k/m north of Adelaide near the town of Laura and is within easy travel to the many local attractions.
The 3 acres of olives are surrounded by hundreds of acres of privately-owned, heritage-listed native bushland, teaming with local flora and fauna, making it the ideal place to take a break and bird watch or bushwalk.
The land was purchased in 1974 by Dr Michael Burr, a recognized authority on olive growing in Australia.
Beetaloo Grove started as a 218 acre block of native bushland, and of that 3 acres are planted in olives and fruit trees.
The first plantings were in 1978 and there are currently over 600 trees of many varieties, including a number of trees grown from cuttings from the first trees to come to Australia.
In 1986, 200 acres were heritage-listed to protect them from development and preserve the area for future generations. The property stands today as a prime example of Southern Flinders Ranges natural bushland.
The new owners have recommenced production of a variety of oils and olive products and have returned the grove to its former purpose as a working olive grove and secluded retreat.
Bed & Breakfast
Base yourself in the heart of the Southern Flinders Ranges and visit surrounding attractions,returning to the secluded Beetaloo Grove for unparalleled tranquility to sit back and relax, or bushwalk in 200 acres of private heritage-listed bushland.
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