The Flinders Ranges National Park is situated approximately 450 km north of Adelaide in the northern central part of South Australia's largest mountain range, the Flinders Ranges. The park covers an area of 912 km², northeast of the small town of Hawker.  The Flinders Rangers National Park is a must see for anyone travelling north from Adelaide on their way to Coober Pedy and the Red Centre.   

  

 

Wilpena Pound Resort is spectacularly located within the Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia - 430kms north of Adelaide. This area has been home to the Adnyamathanha people for tens of thousands of years.  It is the perfect place to use as your base as you explore the wonders of the Flinders Ranges.  When travelling to Wilpena Pound there are some great options to head via the famous Barossa Valley & Clare Valley wine regions or via the ports of South Australia route. 

 

Check out this link for the options on travelling to the Flinders Ranges.   Adelaide to Wilpena Pound Resort

 

Situated in the Flinders Ranges National Park, Wilpena Pound Campground covers 50 hectares set amongst river red gums, native pines and abundant wildlife. Located just a short walk from the entrance to Wilpena Pound, the campground is in a natural bush setting where  you will see kangaroos and emus.

Go to Wilpena Pound Resort Campground for all the info on camping at Wilpena Pound.

 

Click on to the below links for more information on Flinders Ranges National Park or take the virtual tour of Flinders Ranges National Park, courtesy of Georama.

 

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