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Directions to Radeka Downunder Underground Backpackers & Motel

1 Oliver St, PO Box 808, Coober Pedy, Australia

Map & Directions


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Coober Pedy is situated on the Stuart Highway in the Remote Far North Outback Area of the State of South Australia 845ks North of the States Capital of Adelaide. We are also 685ks South of Alice Springs and 750ks South East of Ayers Rock / Uluru which are all in the Northern Territory and which is in a separate Time Zone in the Summer Months. Usual Driving Times are 100ks every hour and add a little bit of time for Fuel and Refreshment stops.
Turn East off the Stuart Highway into Coober Pedy, this will lead you into Hutchison Street which is the Main Street in the Center of Coober Pedy. You will see the BP & Mobil Service/Fuel Stations on your Right. Radeka Downunder Underground Motel & Backpacker Inn is located between them at No. 1 Oliver Street. Look for the Red Digital Time / Temperature Display on top of our Accommodation. Park in the 'Check-In Lane' outside Reception and please supply us with your vehicle registration number at that time.

Are you arriving by 'Regional Express Airlines' or the 'Greyhound Bus'?

Radeka Downunder Underground Motel & Backpacker Inn is located 5ks from the Coober Pedy Airport. Regional Express Airlines (Rex Airlines) fly once a day Sunday - Friday from and back to Adelaide.
We are also located 800ms from the Coober Pedy Greyhound Bus Terminal. Greyhound Bus has a Daily Service to and from both Adelaide and Alice Springs.

Notify us please if you require our Free Courtesy Bus for your Transfers to and from either the local Airport or Bus Terminal.

Are you arriving by 'The Ghan Train' ?

Contact us so we can provide you with contact details of the local people who provide a Transfer Service from 'Manguri Siding' into Coober Pedy from The Ghan.

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