Flinders Ranges Camp
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Date: 29th Sep – 1st Oct (Fri – Sun) 3 DAYS!
All FOOD (we take a private chef)
All Camping Equipment
All Activities & Entry fees
Join us for 3 days of Aussie style camping in tents in the beautiful Flinders Ranges National Park!
The most iconic ‘Australian outback’ camp! The famous Flinders Ranges is home to some of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Australia, and geologically-significant sites in the world. If you are a used to city life, this camp will truly transport you to another world we call the Australian ‘Outback’.
This camp has a special focus on Australian Indigenous Aboriginal culture. We hold a very special Aboriginal Campfire Night & Performance, where you have the opportunity to ask questions about Aboriginal culture, TASTE KANGAROO TAIL and see a traditional performance under the stars, next to a campfire!
Ohh… and we also throw in a sneaky wine tour to start things off!
Make sure to download the TOUR ITINERARY above for a full list of activities we do 🙂
**Limited spots available**
We kick off our journey with a beautiful wine tour and wine tasting at the famous Barossa Valley wine region. We have an opportunity to learn about the wine as we taste it, followed up by a wine-production tour. Our next stop on our way to our campsite is an inland PINK lake. A truly stunning place which has great opportunities for photos!
After a drive through the arid Australian outback, we arrive at our campsite on the edge of the southern Flinders Ranges mountains. The view is spectacular, and many emu’s call this place home! We have an official meet and greet, followed by our chef-prepared dinner and social drinks.
A lazy breakfast awaits us in the morning, before we head off to the Australian Arid Lands botanical garden! Here we take a guided tour of Australian Indigenous Aboriginal bush-tucker foods, with an opportunity to taste the plants we learn about after the tour!
Back at camp we have lunch, and go for a hike next to our campsite, exploring the awesome views right on our doorstep! As afternoon approaches, we have an epic night ahead of us, as we welcome our Indigenous Australian guests to our campsite, who talk to us about their culture, cook some kangaroo tail on the campfire for us to try, and even sneak in a cultural performance if we ask nicely! It’s an amazing fire-side night.
After another big breakfast, it’s time to do our final campsite packup. But don’t worry, we’re not finished yet. Today we visit Alligator Gorge in the Mount Remarkable National Park. The views here are nothing like you would see near Adelaide. We explore 2 major lookouts and have the option of going for an extended walk. We have lunch at the National Park among the kookaburras and natural cliff faces.
We journey back to Adelaide across the outback, and arrive home near sunset.