Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide : Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide
flindersoutback.com 63 Rawnsley Park Station 37 kilometres from Hawker map reference C6, page 8 Beneath spectacular Rawnsley Bluff at the southern tip of Wilpena Pound, stands Rawnsley Park Station. Named after HC Rawnsley, who bluffed his way into the colony of South Australia by claiming to be a surveyor, the award-winning Rawnsley Park Station offers a range of accommodation and touring options for visitors. Attractions The hike to Rawnsley Bluff is a highlight for many visitors, providing spectacular views into Wilpena Pound. For a bird's eye view of Wilpena Pound, try a scenic flight. Or experience the serenity of an Outback sunrise by hot air Advertisement on page 65 The perfect base for exploring SA's Flinders Ranges. Light aircraft or hot air balloon flights, mountain biking, guided walking or 4WD drive tours. Woolshed Restaurant open 7 days. Phone: (08) 8648 0030 Rawnsley Park Station Wilpena Dereks 4WD TOURS AUSTRALIA & WILPENA VIEW ACCOMMODATION • Owner/operator, Experienced accredited local guide. • Tours of Wilpena and Flinders Ranges National Park. • Pick-up available from Hawker, Rawnsley Park Station & Wilpena Pound. • Full and half day tours available. • Large groups welcome. • Located less than a kilometre from Hawker, Wilpena View B&B has breathtaking views of Wilpena Pound where you can relax & enjoy tranquil, unspoilt natural surroundings. • After a great day of exploring the unique & beautiful Flinders Ranges, immerse yourself in country comfort with everything you'll need for a memorable stay. Phone: 0417 475 770 Email: email@example.com Download a brochure at: www.dereks4wdtours.com WILPENA VIEW balloon with experienced balloonists. Nearby attractions include Arkaroo Rock, where ochre drawings tell the Adnyamanathna story of Akurra (or Arkaroo), and Pugilist Hill Lookout, where you can watch the sun set on the Chace Range or rise over Rawnsley Bluff. Mountain biking enthusiasts will revel in the opportunity to traverse the Mawson Trail, which passes through the station for 10 kilometres. Mountain bikes can be hired from station reception. Rawnsley Park is also the southern starting point for the epic 200 kilometre Flinders Ranges By Bike circuit, which negotiates its way through station properties and the Flinders Ranges National Park. The Station also offers 4WD tours and guided walking tours with experienced local guides to interpret the wildlife, history and geology of the Flinders. During the April, July and October school holidays, sheep shearing demonstrations are great entertainment for the kids, opening their eyes to life on the station and the softness of pure merino wool straight off the sheep's back.
2013 Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide