European explorers entered the vast spaces of the Flinders Ranges and Outback to find untamed lands, dramatic vistas and animals the likes of which they’d never seen.
Nearly 200 years later, you can do exactly the same. This is where the soils turn red, where the southern Flinders Ranges emerge like craggy guardians, and where the waters end and the adventure begins. It’s where Aboriginal elders share their stories and ancient culture with you. And it’s where you can fly over the narrow gorges and soaring peaks of Wilpena Pound, fossick for opals in the quirky Outback town of Coober Pedy, sample gourmet Outback cuisine and camp out under a canopy of stars at night or stay in luxury eco-accommodation.