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The Flinders Ranges in South Australia is to many the epitome of the outback. Stretching north from Port Augusta into the sun-seared wilderness of South Australia’s deserts, the Flinders Ranges is one of the country’s most impressive outback locations. Here, surrounded by the arid wasteland of the great salt lakes, an ancient seabed has been sculpted by millions of years of rain and sun into a fractured, furrowed landscape of deep valleys covered with casuarinas and cypress pines which fall into creeks lined with river red gums.
For wildlife watching, bush-walking, photography or just soaking up the sights and sounds of outback Australia, the Flinders is in a class of its own.
It is also one of Australia's easiest outback destinations to reach.
5 hours drive from Adelaide (assuming no significant stops along the way)
1 1/2 hours drive from Port AugustaDriving Directions
Access to Arkaba
1 hour flight by private charter to Hawker airstrip
1 hour scheduled flight from Adelaide to Port Augusta followed by a 75 minute drive
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