3 Day – 2 nights Real Flinders Ranges (including Wilpena Pound)

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Day 1
Meals Lunch & Dinner
Departing Adelaide, we head north to the spectacular Southern Flinders Ranges and Spencer Gulf. We stop at Port Germain to stretch our legs before enjoying a delicious picnic lunch at the historic railway town of Quorn.
Later in the day we travel to the heart of the Flinders Ranges to begin many unique experiences in this special land. A few very special stops along the way.
Late afternoon we arrive at Rawnsley Park, our private accommodation and experience the abundance of native wildlife and flora. A nocturnal bush walk will depart after a barbecue dinner by the fire.
Day 2
Meals Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
We wake up to the call of the Kookaburras.
Enjoy your breakfast and the morning view of South Australia’s iconic Wilpena Pound , known to the local Aboriginal people as Ikara.
A highlight is an easy hike into the Wilpena Pound to take in spectacular views.
After a picnic lunch, the rest of the afternoon is dedicated to exploring and photographing the diverse flora and fauna in one of the unique geographical wonders of the world.
We spend the rest of the afternoon off-road, travelling the famous Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorges (also known as “the corridors through time”) to view ancient rock formations and spot the elusive yellow-footed rock wallabies. Wildlife includes kangaroos, emus and large wedge tailed eagles which are prolific in this rugged area. Later in the day we turn back to Rawnsley Park via Moralana Scenic Drive to settle down for the night and enjoy dinner around the campfire under millions of stars.
Day 3
Meals Breakfast & Lunch
Today we learn what lies at the heart of the Adnyamathanha Dreamtime whilst on a guided interpretive walk into Arkaroo Rock. Featuring ochre and charcoal images, Arkaroo Rock is one of the most spectacular examples Adnyamathanha rock paintings within the Flinders Ranges which depict the Dreamtime story that explains the creation of Wilpena Pound.
Along the way you can learn cultural knowledge of plants and animals, how they were traditionally used as food and medicine and other survival skills of the Adnyamathanha bushmen and women.
Later in the afternoon we sit back and relax for the comfortable journey back to Adelaide.