Would you rather sip world-class wine at spectacular wineries, explore a wild landscape of geological wonders or learn about a culture that’s prevailed for hundreds of years? In South Australia’s Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, there’s no need to choose – this place has it all. Take an intriguing tour around a religious community turned vineyard, walk through the awe-inspiring scenery of Wilpena Pound with an Aboriginal guide, traverse the rugged landscapes of Arkaroola in a four-wheel drive vehicle and gain a special insight into the culture of the Adnyamathanha people – and that’s just a taste of what’s to come!
- Taste the best of South Australia’s famous wine growing region, from the state’s first carbon neutral winery to a sustainable winery celebrating native ingredients and a historic religious community turned vineyard.
- Stay on the fringe of Wilpena Pound, a remarkable natural amphitheatre, and join a local Aboriginal guide to learn about the biodiversity of the landscape and its relationship to the Adnyamathanha people.
- Explore the rugged landscapes of Arkaroola, a protected wildlife reserve, on a fascinating four-wheel drive tour, then look to the skies in the evening at an astronomical observatory.
- In the Northern Flinders Ranges, discover Iga Warta, on the land of the Adnyamathanha people. Meet with an Adnyamathanha guide to learn about their culture, history and connection to the land.
- Visit and tour a creative distillery that uses native Australian ingredients to sustainably produce a uniquely delicious range of gin.