Land of Ancient Grandeur
Discover the splendor of one of the world's most unique land formations, from the glacial rocks of Barraranna Gorge in the Gammon Ranges and the mysterious granite waves of Aroona Valley, to the majestic peaks and sheer scarps of Wilpena Pound and Arkaroola.
Descend into Sacred Canyon, where abstract Aboriginal rock paintings defy interpretation, soar above the intriguing sawtooth ridges of Brachina Gorge and visit the Heysen Range, inspiration for Sir Hans Heysen's works.
Marvel at the multi colored boulders of Parachilna Gorge, the majesty of Mt. Painter, the rugged beauty of Yudnamutana Gorge stretching away to the north.
Explore ghostly ruins at Kanyaka Homestead and Beltana's abandoned sliding rock mine eerie testaments to past endeavors.
Discover unparalleled panoramas atop St. Mary's Peak, Stokes Hill Lookout and Black Gap Lookout... and the spectacular slopes of brilliant red sturt desert peas dotted with pretty yellow and white daisies.
Glimpse the rare yellow footed wallabies, regal wedge tailed eagles, noisy flocks of corellas and shy stump tailed skinks and much more.
The Flinders Ranges is a museum of life, a mountain range shaped and formed by powerful natural forces and a land of ancient Grandeur.