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Flinders Ranges & Outback – 5 Day Small Group Eco Safari


Flinders Ranges & Outback – 5 Day Small Group Eco Safari

Wilpena Pound, Southern & Northern Flinders, Arkaroola including 4WD Ridge Top Tour.

Departs Adelaide last Friday of each month.

This is an exciting small group Eco-Adventure in the famous Flinders Ranges.

Comfortable off road vehicle!

  • Mambray Creek, Flinders Ranges & Gammon Ranges National Parks
  • Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary
  • Famous Four Wheel Drive
  • Outback Sheep Stations
  • Wilpena Pound
  • Brachina Gorge
  • Blinman Mine Tour
  • Kanyaka Ruins
  • Bush Walking
  • The deserted Willochra Plains
  • Clare Valley Wine Tasting
  • Camp Fires

Departs Adelaide last Friday of each month.

All prices are Per Person

1 night pre-erected safari tent
3 nights cabin (non ensuite)
Double/Twin $1495 pp
Single $1695

3 night cabin (ensuite)
1 night cabin (non ensuite)
Double/Twin $1995 pp
Single $2150

(Arkaroola accommodation upgrade available ~ 1 night in a Deluxe Room $150 per person)

Please email at info@saecotours.com.au to receive special price

What to Bring

  • Carry on bag
  • Bag for clothing (stored in trailer)
  • Any special medication needs you have
  • Toiletries including towels
  • Warm clothing including long sleeve tops & pants
  • Shorts & t-shirts
  • Fly Nets (Snowys stock these)
  • Carry on bag
  • Insect Repellant, hat, sunscreen
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Water Bottle
Day One

Pick up from Adelaide bus at 7am. Visit historical coastal towns and learn about South Australia’s rich maritime history. Enjoy a picnic lunch at Mambray Creek National Park; surrounded by 600 million year old mountains and an abundance of wildlife. Continue our journey, though the rugged Flinders Ranges (one of the oldest mountain ranges on earth) taking in the historic township of Quorn.

Search for the elusive yellow-footed rock wallaby at Warrens Gorge. Overnight at Merna Mora sheep Station on the South Western side of Wilpena Pound.


After a hearty breakfast, we head out along the Moralana Scenic Drive and Stokes Hill Lookout; enjoy the vista, soak up the clean air, savour the solitude and capture some very special photos. At Blinman, a local mining expert will take you deep underground. Explore the copper mine with its many shafts and be enthralled by stories of the hardy Welsh miners. From here we head further North, through the Gammon Ranges National Park and onto the world famous Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary.


This morning your experienced guide will take you on an exhilarating adventure via the world renowned 4WD Ridge Top Tour! Buckle up and hang on as your vehicle carefully transverses the steep terrain to the top of Sillers Hill Lookout.

Head west through the awe inspiring scenery of the Gammon Ranges and the Aboriginal community of Nepabunna. Arrive at the historic Beltana Homestead and settle in. Enjoy a drink around the campfire and reminisce about a day filled with adventure and what better way to end the day than a spot of star gazing?

With clear skies, clean air and more stars than you could hope for, it is something dreams are made of!


Explore the old woolshed (once one of the most important in the land) and check out the stone monument erected in memory of Ernest Giles, who set out on a death defying journey from Beltana, all the way to Perth, Western Australia in 1875 - one of Australia’s most famous pioneering expeditions. We now make our way through the world famous Brachina Gorge. Known as the corridors through time, you will find geological formations that date back to the beginning of time. This area is quite unique and continues to attract geologists, painters, and photographers from around the globe - its nature at its very best! In the afternoon, join our guide for a bushwalk into Wilpena Pound then watch sunset over the chase range at Rawnsley Park Station where we spend the night.

Day 5

Take an early morning walk amongst the towering peaks. Listen to the unique sounds of the Australian bush. After breakfast we will head south to the beautiful little village of Melrose. As we travel through the Southern Flinders Ranges the landscape will change. We find ourselves entering the lush rural landscapes of the south, including the world famous wineries of the Clare valley.

Lunch is provided at the Country Stone Hut Bakery, where the delicacies are handmade and the bread and pastries are cooked in the wood oven. Last stop on this epic journey, is the Seven Hills Winery for some well-deserved tasting of the local drop.


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