Explore the network of bush walking trails that wind through the park’s rolling hills, including the iconic St Mary’s Peak trek to the highest point in the ranges, by staying in the park or surrounding properties. From resorts to working sheep stations, you’ll be sure to find an accommodation experience to suit you where you can enjoy the rugged outback.
The Wilpena Pound Resort offers motel, chalet and self-contained units within the park. Facilities include a bar, restaurant, swimming pool, barbeques and a general store. The resort also offers 4WD tours and scenic flights.
Rawnsley Park Station has self-contained holiday units, park cabins and onsite vans on its neighbouring property. Facilities include a restaurant, swimming pool, barbeques and a local store. Rawnsley Park offers scenic flights, horse riding and 4WD tours. Mountain bikes are available for hire. Rawnsley Park Station has its own network of walking trails.
Willow Springs Station located on the eastern boundary of the park offers cottages and shearers quarters for hire. This working sheep station offers true bush hospitality in a quiet secluded setting. Willow Springs Station is home to Skytrek, a self-guided 4WD tour boasting great views of the region’s landscape.
Gum Creek Station adjoins Flinders Ranges National Park along its northern boundary and provides accommodation including Shearer's Quarters and Rose Cottage, a restored native pine cottage located in Blinman and Ridge Top Lodge overlooking the incredible Heysen Range.