Alligator Gorge within Mount Remarkable National Park is the premier natural attraction in the Southern Flinders Ranges. This spectacular gorge cut through ancient quartzite by the Alligator Creek is easily accessible to visitors along a 10 minute walking trail. Toilets, a picnic area and barbecue facilities are provided for visitors who can spend an hour or full day exploring the network of walking trails surrounding the gorge. Wildflowers and native orchids are abundant through spring.
Arden Hills offers two distinctively different types of self-drive off road experience for those who want to leave the beaten track and enjoy some of the Flinders Ranges unique scenery.
Arkapena Scenic Adventure is a genuine four wheel drive experience through some of the most spectacular scenery of South Australia
Arkaroola Astronomical Observatory provides you with a rare opportunity to tour the universe by combining one of Australia's largest privately owned astronomical observatories with new age Star Chairs.
Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is located approximately 670 kilometres north of Adelaide and 130 kilometres east of Leigh Creek, in the rugged and spectacular northern Flinders Ranges. This 610 square kilometre multi award-winning Wilderness Sanctuary, operated by the Sprigg family, contains some of Australia's most spectacular mountain views and offers numerous Advanced Ecotourism accredited guided tours.
Brachina Gorge is one of the Flinders Ranges National Park's most popular and spectacular tourist attractions. The gorge is an important refuge for the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby as well as many species of birds and reptiles. The Brachina Gorge Geological Tour is a 20 kilometre self-guided trail that passes through 130 million years of earth history. Trail signage provides an insight into past climates, the formation of the ranges and the evolution of early life forms. The trail is best travelled from east to west, commencing at the Brachina Gorge/Blinman Road junction. A geological map and more detailed information on the Brachina Gorge Geological Trail is available from the Wilpena Pound Visitor Centre.
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The bushwalk up to Devil's Peak is steep in places and is recommended for experienced and fit walkers.
The Flinders Ranges National is one of South Australia's most popular destinations. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement.
A spectacular view of Spencers Gulf and the Port Augusta area can be seen from Hancocks Lookout, located at the top of the historic Horrocks Pass, seven kilometres off the road to Port Augusta (coming from Wilimington).
Helivista Pty Ltd operates from the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary in the Northern Flinders Ranges, South Australia.
Just west of Wilmington on the road to Port Augusta lies Horrocks Pass.
Located in the heart of the Flinders Ranges National Park, Ikara - The Meeting Place is an award-winning public art space that shares an important story of the Adnyamathanha people.
Taking your vehicle to Magnetic Hill is one of those things that you must do if you want to experience something that is just a little bit different from anything else. Park your car on the side of the hill and watch it role uphill.
Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges, offers visitors a true wilderness experience within easy reach of Adelaide. Dramatic mountain scenery and the natural diversity of the park make it a great location for camping, bushwalking and a wide range of recreational activities.
A spectacular self-guided track in the heartland of South Australia