Coober Pedy

16 Dec 2018 - 17 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

Need some inspiration on where to stay? Top rated cheap hotels in Coober Pedy include Di's Place, Dinky Di's Dugout and Ali's Underground based on user reviews. Skyscanner hotels is a fast, free and simple way to organise your stay. In a few clicks you can easily search, compare and book your Coober Pedy accommodation by clicking directly through to the hotel or travel agent website. No fees are added to your stay by booking with us. To get started, simply add your chosen travel dates to the search box above and let us find cheap hotel deals for you. Or alternatively, select from the hotel options above.

What are travellers saying about Coober Pedy?

9.8
History Buffs
8.1
Adventure Travellers
7.2
Art & Design Lovers
5.5
Backpackers
5.5
Family Travellers
Member reviews (9)
Tyson Bramer
Tyson BramerLos Angeles
06/11/2017

A great stopping point for a journey to Uluru. There are quite a few things to stop and see here, but most of them seems a bit drab and dated.

Trip Editorial Team
Trip Editorial TeamMenlo Park
29/07/2014

In part because this small Australian town grew out of an opal mining operation, but also because summertime temperatures can climb above 120 degrees F, many locals actually live underground. Not only that, but much of town life also takes place underground. Visitors can check out art galleries and a church, as well as shop for opals and even stay overnight, all under several layers of dirt.

Travel + Leisure
Travel + LeisureNew York City
21/04/2014

If the Apocalypse happens, this southern outback outpost will be ready: half of its 4,000 locals live underground, a vestige of a post-World War I opal mining boom that saw newly arrived solider-prospectors sleeping in dugouts. That and daytime temps in excess of 120 degrees. (Coober Pedy takes its name from the Aboriginal phrase for “white man in a hole.” Seriously.) Stay in an underground hotel and explore restaurants, art galleries, and a church, all below grade. Venture outdoors to play a round of grassless golf and see desert landscapes made famous in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Pitch Black.

Summer Wilms
Summer WilmsFremantle
06/01/2017

It's not much to look at but you don't come to Coober Pedy for the views; you come for the opal. You won't have to look far to find them as every opal dealer is sandwiched between two others.

Plan a trip to Australia