Flinders Ranges National Park
Full park closure alert
The whole of the park will be closed from 19 March 2015 until 22 March 2015.
Rugged mountain ranges, spectacular gorges, sheltered creeks lined with river red gums and abundant wildlife are just some of the attractions that make up Flinders Ranges National Park.
Renowned for its natural, cultural and geological significance, Flinders Ranges is one of Australia's premier national landscapes. The famous landmark of Wilpena Pound (Ikara) is cradled within the park's towering mountains.
Start your adventure at the Wilpena Pound Visitor Information Centre where you will find extensive information about the park. From here, explore the park's stunning landscape, Aboriginal rock art sites, fossil heritage and ruins of early European settlement.
For an in-depth look at the wonders of the region join a guided tour and enjoy a scenic flight over Wilpena Pound, or make your own discoveries along the many bushwalking trails and scenic drives.
The park offers plenty of facilities, with accommodation ranging from bush camping to four-star accommodation.
Take the virtual tour of Flinders Ranges National Park, courtesy of Georama.
Flinders Ranges National Park is located in the Flinders Ranges between the townships of Hawker and Blinman, 450km north of Adelaide.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wilpena Pound Visitor Information Centre is open 8am-5pm daily.
Old Wilpena Station is open 8am-5pm daily.
Wood fires and solid fuel fires are prohibited from 29 October 2014 to 15 April 2015.
Gas fires are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
Wilpena Pound: Wood fires, solid fuel fires and gas fires are prohibited throughout the year other than at Cooinda Camp where gas fires only are permitted other than on days of total fire ban.
Phone: (+61 8) 8648 0048
Before visiting this park bushwalking groups may need to complete a trip intentions form (184kb pdf).
This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger.
Carry adequate supplies of drinking water - do not rely on tanks or creeks for water.
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