Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide : Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide
flindersoutback.com 54 Arkaroola 129 kilometres from Copley map reference E1, page 8 Breathtaking by day and dazzling at night, the award-winning Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is South Australia's premier eco- tourism destination. Six hundred kilometres north of Adelaide and just three hours from Wilpena Pound, the privately-owned wilderness sanctuary has something for all nature lovers. Facilities available include accommodation, fuel, tyre repairs, a restaurant and bar, a store, an air strip, swimming pool, public telephones and a wi-fi hotspot. Attractions In the 1960s, Reg and Griselda Sprigg bought a 610 square kilometre sheep property in the Northern Flinders Ranges and dedicated their lives to returning the land to its natural state. The result is the world-renowned Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, featuring some of the most spectacular views in the country. Arkaroola Village has a great range of accommodation and pleasant campgrounds. Arkaroola is home to the heart-pumping, world-famous Ridgetop Tour, the ultimate adventure 4WD experience across the steep ridges of the ancient Flinders Ranges. A 130 kilometre string of driving tracks and walking trails provide access to some of Australia's most spectacular arid mountain landscapes -- a perfect photo opportunity. See the stars as you've never seen them before at one of the nationally-acclaimed astronomical observatories in the region. Guests are welcome to bring their own equipment. • Based at Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary • Heli-Hiking available in the Flinders Ranges with drop-offs and pick-ups to suit your needs • Experience the wonders of Arkaroola from the air, including gorges, water holes, hidden rock caves and towering cliffs • Scenic flights available to Lake Callabonna and Lake Frome • Personalised scenic flights for individual interests Phone: 0427 583 027 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.helivista.com.au Ridgetop Tour, Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary A 130 kilometre string of driving tracks and walking trails provide access to some of Australia's most spectacular arid mountain landscapes.
2013 Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide