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Port Augusta is known as the Crossroads of Australia, where roads from Adelaide, the Flinders Ranges, Alice Springs, Perth and Whyalla all intersect.
This friendly city sits at the head of..
In the opal mining outpost of Coober Pedy, 4000 residents from 50 countries have made an art form of all things quirky. With half the population living in underground dugouts to escape high..
Arkaroola provides you with a rare opportunity to tour the universe by combining one of Australia's largest privately owned astronomical observatories with new age Star Chairs.
This huge, remote and arid 1,349,251-hectare park (includes Elliot Price Conservation Park) incorporates Lake Eyre north and south, as well as a portion of the adjoining Tirari Desert...
The famed outback town of Oodnadatta is a must-see for visitors who want to get 'off the beaten track'.
Stop for a cold drink at the Pink Roadhouse, which is a mine of..
The 517-kilometre Birdsville Track is the stuff of legend, immortalised by tough outback postie Tom Kruse who delivered letters and supplies to remote stations in the 1950s. Today you'll..
Brachina Gorge is one of the Flinders Ranges National Park's most popular and spectacular tourist attractions. The gorge is an important refuge for the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby as well as..
Bunyeroo and its surrounds offer a glimpse back in time. Untouched natural history tells the story of how the South Australian outback has formed over hundreds of millions of years...
The Elder Range is an iconic symbol of what outback South Australia means. The magnificent mountains are overwhelming from every angle and show the natural formation of the land for over a..
The actual town of Parachilna is a tiny location which is little more than the pub it is famous for. The pub, first licensed in 1876, is one of few buildings in Parachilna: population in..
Port Pirie is one of South Australia’s best-kept secrets, just a short detour from National Highway One, nestled at the base of the picturesque Southern Flinders Ranges.
Wilpena Pound is a magnificent natural ampitheatre and the centrepiece of the Flinders Ranges National Park.
It's rich in wildlife including emus, kangaroos and euros.
Here, you'll find a..
One of the last great motoring adventures in the world is the 500 kilometres of the Simpson Desert between Birdsville and Mount Dare. It's remote, challenging and equally..
Come to Umoona Opal Mine and Museum and experience underground living.
The complex is wholly underground and contains a museum of the development of European settlement in Coober Pedy..
Andamooka is a unique town of miner's homes and semi-dugouts nestled on a honeycomb of underground diggings, in a field famous for the quality of its gemstones.
Andamooka is 600..
The once thriving settlement of Beltana is now little more than a picturesque ghost town. Today there is the licensed Beltana roadhouse and the Beltana heritage township 13 kilometres east..
Blinman sits at the northern edge of the Flinders Ranges National Park and is a good base for exploring this rugged region of Australia.
Discover Aboriginal carvings, old homestead ruins..
With Mount Remarkable as a spectacular backdrop, Booleroo Centre is the hub of a rich agricultural area 17 kilometres east of Melrose.
Booleroo Centre is home to South Australia's..
Bruce, between picturesque Wilmington and Quorn, lies on the Willochra Plain surrounded by the Flinders Ranges and the Horseshoe Range.
Mount Remarkable, Mount Brown and Moockra Tower are..
Coober Pedy is the opal capital of the world. Visitors describe Coober Pedy like visiting the moon; it is the mines which create this effect. The town is surrounded with shafts and mullock..
The beauty of this location comes through the raw bush land and the iconic great plains which make the Australian Outback. Cooper Creek is the life force which runs through all of it...
Tourists have been known to travel for miles for a bite of bush baking at the Quandong Cafe in Copley.
Here, you can join the twice-weekly mail run to nearby stations and Aboriginal..
The 1500 square mile pastoral lease known as Cowarie Station has a long history. The first lease was in 1875 and went to William Rounsevell for 21 years. Parts of the land changed hands..
A friendly outback town, Glendambo provides essential services for travellers into South Australia's Outback.
There's accommodation, dining, a bar and fuel facilities - even an..
A great little outback town 400 kilometres north of Adelaide. Hawker is the hub of the Flinders Ranges, being the junction of roads from Port Augusta, Orroroo, Leigh Creek, Marree, Wilpena..
Nestled near the Cooper Creek, Innamincka is a fascinating Outback destination.
You can camp along the creek, which has good fishing and canoeing. Innamincka tourist information is..
Jamestown sits in the scenic Clare Valley and hosts the Jamestown Fly In and Air Spectacular, recognised as one of Australia's best air shows. This event, held every three years during..
Mambray Creek in the Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges, offers visitors exciting recreational experiences within easy reach of Adelaide and the more populated..
The South Australian outback town of Marree has a rich history.
Today, Marree is the starting point for outback adventures, including trips up the Birdsville and Oodnadatta Tracks.
Melrose is a charming reminder of early South Australia, nestled at the foot of Mount Remarkable National Park. The towns serves a rural community and at the same time offers pleasant..
The friendly opal-mining town of Mintabie is known for its lake, spectacular sunsets and the wild flowers that thrive after a good rain. It's also known for noodling - the exciting..
Moralana provides magnificent views of the South Australian outback of both bushland and mountain ranges.
Take the Moralana scenic loop to take in the natural wonders only found in the..
The Oodnadatta Track will take you past some of the most weird and wonderful places in Australia. There's a lake the size of Holland, Australia's smallest town, one of the..
Whether you want to kick back and relax while enjoying the varied local landscapes or take part in more active past times Orroroo has something for you. Situated in the Flinders Ranges..
Dine or drink at Parachilna's Prairie Hotel and there's every chance you will be in famous company. The pub is a hub for a growing number of international moviemakers drawn to..
Summers may be very hot and winters may be very cold but, the wide-open spaces, sparkling mornings and gorgeous sunsets are only part of the attraction of Peterborough and district..
Port Germein is where the Flinders Ranges truly meet the sea. Located 27 kilometres north of Port Pirie on National Highway One, Port Germein is a tranquil and safe holiday haven..
The pretty Flinders Ranges town of Quorn is home to the Pichi Richi Railway, a treasured steam journey which chugs its way through glorious rugged countryside to Port Augusta.
Built in the 1980s to support the nearby Olympic Dam Mine (one of the world’s largest mines producing gold, silver, copper and uranium oxide), Roxby Downs provides a welcoming detour off..
Stirling North is a delightfully peaceful satellite community located six kilometres out of Port Augusta. Being the first township encountered upon turning off of Highway One, it could..
Your journey to Stone Hut begins in Adelaide where you take the Main North Road through Clare and head on up through Gladstone and Laura till you reach the tiny village of Stone Hut just..
The Breakaways are one of South Australia's Outback gems. They're a striking rocky landscape of flat-topped mesas.
The Breakaways were once covered by an inland sea. They are now home to..
Population 10, William Creek is one of the smallest towns in Australia and situated on the world's largest working cattle stations – 24,000 square kilometre Anna Creek Station, part of..
Nestled in the Flinders Ranges, surrounded by park lands and the Willochra Plain spreading eastward, it is easy to see why Wilmington was first known as Beautiful Valley by the pioneers who..
Wirrabara is a timber and farming town in the Flinders Ranges, which caters extremely well for visitors.
Explore Wirrabara Forest, with its walking trails, scenic drives, picnic grounds..
The outback town of Woomera celebrates its space race history with attractions such as the Woomera Space Museum and Missile Park, where you can get a feel for the town's role as a..
Established in 1887, Yunta was a busy railway town on the Adelaide to Silverton line, and is today a small service hub for travellers and surrounding properties. Boasting a rich history in..
A Flinders Ranges and Outback holiday equals beauty on a massive scale and mateship in the smallest pubs.
Covering more than 80 per cent of South Australia, the Flinders Ranges is a..
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