Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide : Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide
flindersoutback.com 6 ACCREDITED VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRES Coober Pedy Visitor Information Centre Hutchinson Street, Coober Pedy Phone: 1800 637 076 or (08) 8672 4617 Open Monday--Friday 8:30am--5pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am--1pm, closed Christmas Day Flinders Ranges Visitor Information Centre, Quorn Quorn Railway Station, Railway Terrace, Quorn Phone: 1800 220 980 or (08) 8648 6419 Open Monday to Friday 9am--5pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am--4pm Hawker Visitor Information Centre Corner Wilpena and Cradock roads, Hawker Phone: 1800 777 880 or (08) 8648 4022 Open daily 8:30am--5:30pm, closed Christmas Day Port Augusta, Flinders Ranges & Outback Visitor Information Centre Wadlata Outback Centre, 41 Flinders Terrace, Port Augusta Phone: 1800 633 060 Open Monday--Friday 9am--5:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am--4pm, closed Christmas Day Port Pirie Visitor Information Centre Mary Elie Street, Port Pirie Phone: 1800 000 424 or (08) 8633 8700 Open Monday--Friday 9am--5pm, Saturday 9am--4pm, Sunday and public holidays 10am--4pm Roxby Downs Visitor Information Centre 7 Richardson Terrace, Roxby Downs Phone: (08) 8671 2001 Open Monday--Friday 8:30am--5pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am--12pm Wilpena Pound Visitor Information Centre Wilpena Pound Resort Phone: (08) 8648 0048 Open daily 8am--6pm April--October, daily 8am--5pm November--March Woomera Heritage and Visitor Information Centre Dewrang Avenue, Woomera Phone: (08) 8673 7042 Open daily 9am--5pm TELECOMMUNICATIONS Mobile phone coverage is limited in the Flinders Ranges & Outback. Check your supplier as to whether they offer coverage in the region or ask staff at a Visitor Information Centre. Public phones are common throughout the region and internet is available in some places but don't assume easy access. DESERT PARKS PASS A Desert Parks Pass, which includes a permit, handbook, park maps and wildlife information, allows 12 months unlimited access to South Australia's 12 million hectares of desert parks. You will need one of these to plan your trip to Witjira National Brisbane Toowoomba Innamincka Cunnamulla Cameron Corner Noccundra St George Sydney Canberra Melbourne Adelaide Rockhampton Townsville Hungerford Thargomindah QLD SA Dalby Adventure Way Discover theSpirit of Adventure Outback South West Queensland Thargomindah • Noccundra • Hungerford • Cameron Corner Experience: • Famous Burke & Wills Dig Tree • Historic Hotels - Hungerford & Noccundra • Lake Bindegolly & Currawinya National Parks • Cameron Corner - where three States meet • Station Stays • Hydro Power Display ...ever changing, always amazing! CONTACT US: Thargomindah Visitor Information Centre Eccles Street, Thargomindah QLD 4492 Ph: 07 4655 3399 Fax: 07 4655 3374 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.Thargotourism.com.au THARGOMINDAH VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Get the South Australian Guide on your mobile. Scan this QR code with your smart phone or type m.southaustralia.com in to your mobile browser. Data fees may apply. Park, Simpson Desert Conservation Park and Regional Reserve, Innamincka Regional Reserve including Coongie Lakes, Wabma Kadarbu Conservation Park and Lake Eyre National Park. For more information phone the Desert Parks Hotline on 1800 816 078. WATER SUPPLIES Water is a precious commodity, therefore you cannot always obtain water in large supplies free of charge. When travelling in the Outback, it is recommended you travel with at least 10 litres of water per person per day. You can purchase 10 litre containers of water quite cheaply from most supermarkets.
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