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Flinders Ranges Region - South Australia - Holiday Activities, Tours, Attractions - Where to Go, What to See and Do

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The Flinders Ranges is the biggest mountain range in South Australia, located about 200 km north west of Adelaide, and it stretches for more than 425 km from Lake Callabonna to Port Pirie. It is a fantastic holiday destination focused on bushwalking, 4WD tours, wildlife appreciation aboriginal and European cultural heritage and outstanding eco-tourism. The most famous landmark is the stunning Wilpena Pound, which is a large, sickle-shaped, natural amphitheatre extending for more than 80 square kilometres, and includes the highest peak, St Mary Peak (1170m high). In the north is the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park and the famous Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary. In the south there is the Mount Remarkable National Park and the Pichi Richi scenic railway. There are many magnificent National Parks and protected areas in the Flinders Ranges, which include Flinders Ranges National Park, Mount Remarkable National Park, Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, the Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park, Mount Brown Conservation Park. The Mawson Trail and Heysen Trail provide spectacular long distance tracks for cyclists, walkers and horse-riders with outstanding scenery. The Flinders Ranges Region is a wonderful place for a holiday with an outstanding array of scenery and attractions and excellent facilities for a broad range of activities to suit every traveller.
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Arkaroola Village, Hawker, Leigh Creek, Quorn, Wilpena

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