Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide : 2016-2017 Flinders Ranges and Outback VG
49 scenic route | flindersandoutback.com.au Be one of more than 100,000 people each year to view works from internationally acclaimed, fine artist Jeff Morgan at his gallery in Hawker in the heart of South Australia's magnificent Flinders Ranges. The world famous Wilpena Panorama is a 360-degree painting of some of the most beautiful country in South Australia as seen from St Mary's Peak, the highest point of Wilpena Pound. Entry $8.00 per adult, $5.50 10–17 years. Children under 10 free. Family ticket $20.00. (Free entry into front gallery.) Open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, Saturday 9am to 12pm, Closed Sunday. (Open every day during school holidays as well as September and October.) Corner of Cradock and Wilpena roads, Hawker Gallery (08) 8648 4071 Mob: 0428 456 133 or 0428 192 262 www.jeffmorgangallery.com.au 80 Elder Terrace, Hawker Ph: (08) 8648 4102 Fax: (08) 8648 4151 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.hawkerhotel.com This classic century-old Australian colonial pub is ideally located and features modern, fully-equipped motel units. • Air-conditioned fully-serviced units • Tea and coffee facilities • Colour TV • Refrigerator • Guest laundry • Pokie machines (Gamble Responsibly 1800 858 858) • EFTPOS and most credit cards HAWKER HOTEL railway station and stone goods shed. A Town Heritage Walk Guide is available at the Hawker Visitor Information Centre. If you don’t plan to climb it, see Wilpena Pound from St Mary’s Peak, via a panoramic painting at the Jeff Morgan Gallery. London. Take a short walk to Death Rock, steeped in Aboriginal history and the former station’s permanent waterhole. Accessible scenic drives will take you over ranges and through gorges, or experience the thrill on 4WD tracks that reveal panoramic views of the countryside. Enquire about 4WD tracks and tours at the Flinders Ranges Visitor Information Centre. HAWKER 66 kilometres from Quorn map reference B7, page 17 Once a thriving railway town, Hawker retains much of its 1880s charm. It’s a great base for day trips, as well as offering shops, an airstrip, vehicle repairs, hospital, sports centre, scenic flights, 4WD tours and various places to eat and stay. The century-old Hawker Hotel is ideally located and offers casual dining in the front bar, lounge bar, beer garden or on the verandah. For great panoramic views of the surrounding area, head to Jarvis Hill, Camel Hump or Castle Rock lookouts. Before you head north, book your accommodation and tours, get maps, food, fuel and visitor information from the accredited Hawker Visitor Information Centre at Hawker Motors. Here view Fred Teague’s Museum and the Seismograph Station. Hawker’s heritage walk is a fascinating tour of discovery, taking in the Hawker Hotel, SKYTREK WILLOW SPRINGS STATION On your Flinders Ranges adventure, enjoy the experience of a lifetime. True bush hospitality, accommodation for small or large groups, private, secluded bush campsites, marked walking trails, a self-drive 4WD track and guided 4WD tours. Advertisement on page 24 www.skytrekwillowsprings.com.au HAWKER VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Hawker offers a great holiday destination in the Flinders Ranges. For enquiries, accommodation reservations and information, visit us within Hawker Motors. Advertisement on inside back cover Phone: 1800 777 880 www.hawkervic.info Open Monday–Friday from 9am–5pm and Saturday 9am–12pm.
2015-2016 Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide