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30 kilometres east of Wudinna
Corrobinnie Hill is a large granite outcrop on the outskirts of Pinkawillinie Conservation Park, providing views of the Park and the Gawler Ranges in the distance.
The Hill, located..
40 kilometres north of Wudinna Access via Bartley Road and Barns....
Gawler Ranges National Park is a showcase of stunning scenery formed by volcanic activity more than 1,500 million years ago. Access the Organ Pipes by four-wheel drive vehicle and discover..
Approximately six kilometres north-east of Minnipa
A low pink granite dome, Minnipa Hill is located approximately six kilometres north of Minnipa.
It is a recreation area and also the site of a radio relay tower.
The two large water..
12 kilometres north-east of Wudinna
Mount Wudinna is located 12 kilometres north-east of the town of Wudinna and is the largest exposed granite monolith in South Australia. It is the most impressive cluster of outcrops in..
Pildappa Road Minnipa
Pildappa is a spectacular sight - a rock with the highest and longest wave formations on the Eyre Peninsula, rivalling those of Western Australia's famous Wave Rock.
The highest waves are..
Bockleberg Road Minnipa
Tcharkulda Rock is a massive outcrop covered in the largest and most spectacular tafoni and boulders in the district. In winter the base of the tafoni are alive with the pink flowered rock..
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