In 2002 GEPL was awarded the lease for Savannah Camp – a camping and caravan ground in the magnificent Karijini National Park – ranked in Western Australia’s top five visitor destinations.

In 2006 the Karijini Eco Retreat was established to increase the range of accommodation and amenities on offer.

Over time Karijini Eco Retreat has evolved into a mix of deluxe eco-tents, lodge-style cabins and campsites along with a restaurant and cultural amphitheatre and GEPL continues to develop new environmental and cultural attractions.

GEPL takes the care and sustainability of Karijini National Park seriously and in collaboration with the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions we work to protect this precious asset for future generations.

With visitor numbers growing steadily each year, GEPL is investing in a multi-million-dollar upgrade of the Karijini Eco Retreat property and facilities to ensure it remains one of Australia’s leading eco-tourism attractions.

Experience in developing and operating a high-profile tourism destination, and the ability to work with government and the private sector to drive profitability and sustainable tourist growth, positions GEPL to add significant value to future Australian tourism projects.