Flinders Ranges - Travel Feature

Wednesday, Aug 19, 2015 at 15:05


The Flinders Ranges is semi-arid, harsh yet beautiful region that stretches around 430kms from Port Pirie to Lake Callabonna, and is South Australia’s largest mountain range. The ranges feature magnificent landscapes, rugged mountains, deep and spectacular gorges, creeks lined with River Red Gums and abundant wildlife.

There are plenty of things to do in the Flinders, including: walking, cycling, horse-riding, bird watching and photography. Although driving in the ranges in a 4WD is great, a lot of the Flinders is easy for 2WD vehicles. There are also many half and full day tours to choose from and are widely available right across the region, including organisations that offer Aboriginal rock art tours and ancient fossil tours.

To help you explore this region, ExplorOz has a dedicated Trek Note Section for the Flinders Ranges, which features the following individual treks; Arkaroola 4WD Loop, Bunyeroo Gorge Scenic Drive, Flinders Ranges, Gammon Ranges Bunyip Chasm, Glass Gorge Scenic Drive, Moralana Scenic Drive, Nilpena - A Pinch of Salt, St Mary Peak and Wilpena Pound Walk.

We also stock a range of products in the Online Shop that will help you get the most out of your travels in this region:

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