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Flinders Ranges


Recently did a six week trip from Melbourne to the Flinders Ranges. We stayed ten nights at Rawnsley Park Station near Wilpena Pound.

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Nice photos. Flinders Ranges are right at the top of my bucket list.. Rod.

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Nice pics. Its also my buck list. At the last caravan show they gave me a list with 32+ properties to visit up there to stay and do 4x4 tracks. How do you know which ones are the best ones to vist?

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It really is a fantastic country isn't it. And thanks for the photos

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mixo wrote:

Nice pics. Its also my buck list. At the last caravan show they gave me a list with 32+ properties to visit up there to stay and do 4x4 tracks. How do you know which ones are the best ones to vist?

mixo


We stayed on a powered site at Rawnsley Park Station, a great place close to everything, $200 for 10 nights (travel auction) usually $350 for 10 nights. 

RPS give you some great info regarding walks & scenic drives.

Also download maps/info from SA National Parks website.

To get a real appreciation of the area you need to do around 4-5 scenic drives (4x4 recommended), we did around 400kms, our car is full of DUST!

We did a fair bit of bushwalking too.

It was well worth the effort.

Here's a few more photos, we specialize in birds.

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-- Edited by Olive Oil on Sunday 21st of April 2019 06:00:09 AM

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Nice photos,that was a good price for Rawnsley Park.

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Thanks Olive

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