The Flinders Ranges, located north of Adelaide in South Australia, is a popular destination for caravaners looking to explore the area’s natural beauty and unique experiences.
With so much to see and do, it can be overwhelming to plan your itinerary. That’s why we’ve put together a short list of caravan park options to help you make the most of your time in the Flinders Ranges while travelling in a caravan and staying overnight in caravan parks.
Wilpena Pound Resort. Take a scenic drive to the Wilpena Pound lookout for breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
Hawker Caravan Park. Take a day trip to the nearby Quorn Railway Station, where you can take a ride on the historic Pichi Richi railway.
Quorn Caravan Park. Take a day trip to the nearby Warren Gorge, where you can go for a hike and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Blinman Caravan Park. Take a day trip to the nearby Parachilna Gorge, where you can go for a hike and see the unique rock formations.
Leigh Creek Caravan Park. Take a day trip to the nearby Copley, where you can visit the Copley Fossil Bed and learn about the area’s rich history.
Marree Caravan Park. Take a day trip to the nearby Lake Eyre, where you can take a scenic flight and see the largest salt lake in Australia.
The Flinders Ranges has a lot to offer for caravaners and these options are just a starting point. There are many more towns and natural spots to explore. Make sure to check the availability of the caravan parks before setting your itinerary, and also keep in mind the seasonal variations of the area. Happy travels!