Have you experienced the Flinders Ranges? Camping at Rawnsley Park Station, you’ll have those views to die for at this historic sheep station in the bucket list region of South Australia.
A big thank you to John and Sue Shipard for sharing your photos. We met them on their way here, via a paddleboat cruise on the Murray River.
Rawnsley Park Station has been catering to tourists for more than half a century! However, it was settled in 1851 – part of Arkaba Station, and traditional lands of Adnyamathanha people. It looks over the southern side of South Australia’s Flinders Ranges.
You can camp at the pet friendly caravan park. There is a licensed shop, swimming pool, undercover camp kitchen and amenities.
Take a tour whilst you are here – there are guided walks, mountain biking, 4WD tours, scenic flights and helicopter tours.
Sue and John opted to stay in accomodation on the Station.
The holiday units are well appointed with beautiful views of the Flinders Ranges.
Eco-villas are also available. Dine in or takeaway is also an option at the Woolshed Restaurant. Book ahead!
There are lots of station stays around the Flinders Ranges – including Edeowie Station, Wilpena Pound and Mount Little Station.
Quorn is another historic location where you can camp!
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