Visit Australia's Outback
The Flinders Ranges and South Australian Outback is a rugged and majestic area, full of adventure. Australia’s most legendary countryside is dramatic, vast and full of outstanding natural attractions and indigenous culture. The Flinders Ranges is dominated by sharply rising ridges and peaks, tree-filled gorges, red soil and Aboriginal legend, while Wilpena Pound, a huge natural stone crater, is the state’s best-known natural landmark. Other highlights include the opal town of Coober Pedy, the famed Oodnadatta Track and the Lake Eyre salt flat.
Top itineraries in Outback & Flinders Ranges
Travel aboard the legendary Ghan train as you retrace the footsteps of the early pioneers, plunging into the Red Centre's sprawling desert before exploring one of Australia’s greatest wildlife habitats – Kangaroo Island.
The Ghan is an icon of Australian travel, a railway running from Darwin in the north to Adelaide in the south. Watch the Red Centre rush past from your all-inclusive Gold Service cabin before pairing stays in the Flinders Ranges with the luxuries of Kangaroo Island's Southern Ocean Lodge.
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Explore South Australia's capital city, Adelaide, its stunning Barossa and Clare Valley wine regions and outback landscapes of the Flinders Ranges.
Top places to stay in Outback & Flinders Ranges
Rawnsley Park was first settled as part of the Arkaba Station in 1851, the property now holds over 29,000 acres and alongside being a working sheep station plays an important part in conservation being committed to environmental sustainability and social and cultural responsibility.
Set in the heart of South Australia's Flinders Ranges, Ikara Safari Camp provides a luxury camping experience as well as hotel-style accommodation. The en suite safari tents are the perfect way to experience Australia's great Outback, getting up close and personal with fauna and flora.
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