Mount Ive Station
Your base for an Outback Adventure in South Australia
From North, South, East or West the ultimate wilderness experience. An ancient landscape of spectacular scenery, historical land marks and SOLITUDE
Mt Ive is a family owned sheep station situated 200km west of Pt Augusta in the Heart of the Gawler Ranges.
Enjoy the scenic views and historical sites.
Please feel free to contact us regarding any booking enquiries or information, we’re only too happy to help.
Accommodation varies at Mt Ive from our Stone Rooms (made up with sheets, quilts etc) and Shearers Quarters through to powered and unpowered caravan and camp sites with Gazebo for shade and shelter (firewood available in season).
A basic kiosk and Liquor Store are also located at Mt Ive supplying fuel, liquor and drinks and other small items. EFTPOS is available.
The Kitchens has all the facilities for you to prepare your own meals and the Recreation room is a great place to relax and play some table tennis, darts or board games.
A BBQ area is also available to you and is a perfect way to eat outdoors at night when the weather is good.
Please bring your own food to Mt Ive or organise to have food supplied ahead of time which can be arranged with us at least a week before arrival.
There are many things to see and do at Mt Ive Station. With buildings full of history, scenic sights and 4×4 tracks, there will be lots to keep you busy during your stay.
Historic Landmarks, buildings, fences and equipment remain on the station and can be spotted as you drive some of the interesting private station tracks or walk around the outbuildings of the homestead. The Flight Path offers a great trip around the station with secluded rest areas and lookouts and takes in some of the great flora and fauna that exists here.
The Embankment, Organ Pipes and Pillars are some of the great sights for you to see. Showing off some of the most accessible examples of exposed rhyolite found in the Gawler Ranges and the hard work put in by the men of old to collect a valuable supply of water.
Private access to the edge of the stunning Lake Gairdner is available called by some as the jewel in the crown of South Australia’s scenic sights.