Coober Pedy Radeka Downunder Underground Backpackers & Motel
1 Oliver St PO Box 808
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Radeka Downunder Underground Motel and Backpacker Inn is located in the centre of Coober Pedy, on the town's main street.
The underground accommodation is located between the BP and Caltex Service/Petrol Stations and has a red digital time/temperature display above the motel/hostel entrance.
'Live like a Local' by staying either 3.5m or 6.5m underground at Radeka Downunder. 'Warm in Winter, Cool in Summer'.
3 choices of accommodation are available; 3.5 metres underground motel rooms with private en suite, 6.5 metres underground budget rooms and open dorms with shared bathroom and toilet facilities or air-conditioned above ground motel rooms with private en suite.
Radeka Downunder Underground Motel and Backpacker Inn offers a courtesy bus pick up and drop off at the local bus station for Greyhound passengers and local airport for Regional Express passengers and travelling pilots.
Secure on-site parking is available, and motor bikes and push bikes can be placed under cover. Communal Facilities Include: a fully equipped Kitchen, TV Room, coin operated Laundry, Residential Bar and Souvenir/Gift Shop. Several restaurants are two to five minutes' walk away.
Radeka Downunder Underground Motel and Backpacker Inn is suitable for any age group, nationality, families, couples, singles, friends travelling together, contractors and student groups.
Run as a family business, Radeka Downunder Underground Motel and Backpacker Inn offers half day tours of Coober Pedy, the opal fields and the scenic Breakaways.
ALL Tours are available morning and afternoon depending on public demand.
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