Arika’s goal is to transform an existing degraded rangeland property, uniquely positioned as one of the most proximal gateways to the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park,
into a model for sustainable organic agriculture and communal participation.
Arika’s philosophy is to connect people from all over the world with the spectacularly unique characteristics of the region, through an integrated range of projects and programs, and thereby enhance the collective experience of all participants.
The approach seeks to deliberately blur the traditional constructs of work, rest and play, by adopting a more holistic approach that acknowledges the inextricably linked nature of the relationship between people and place.
The Arika portfolio of projects engender a common theme of communal sustainability of this unique region. Each project is managed according to industry best practice and is structured to best meet the particular set of challenges and opportunities that exist within the project scope, yet complement each other in working to align with Arika's overall goal.Learn More
The Arika group of programs seek to match the capabilities and aspirations of people from all over the world, regardless of age or background, to achieve a common shared experience that will endure well past their time at the property. At the core of each program is the recognition that everyone has something to both contribute and learn.Learn More
We understand that in order to achieve anything of consequence in the Kimberley, we need to work together with partners who complement our passion and energy. We actively seek to build relationships with strategically aligned organisations for mutual benefit.Learn More
Arika’s goal is to transform an existing degraded rangeland property, uniquely positioned as one of the most proximal gateways to the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park