The Flinders Ranges are one of the oldest landscapes on earth and are only a five-hour drive from Adelaide. Spectacular in every sense, this is a land of steep ridges and peaks, narrow tree-lined gorges, bone-dry creeks and rust red soil. Classic Australian wildlife also call the Flinders Ranges home.

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The Flinders Ranges are one of the oldest landscapes on earth and they're only a five-hour drive from Adelaide. Spectacular in every sense, this is a land of steep ridges and peaks, narrow tree-lined gorges, bone-dry creeks and rust red soil.

Take a Flinders Range tour with an Aboriginal guide or drive yourself along the Aboriginal Dreaming Trail to find out more. From the grey blues of dawn to the deep reds of dusk, the Flinders Ranges dramatically change colour as the sun bakes the land. Classic Australian wildlife call the Flinders Ranges home. Brilliantly coloured parrots, yellow-footed rock wallabies, kangaroos and emus hide in the shade. Australia's largest bird of prey, the wedge-tailed eagle, reigns supreme on the thermal currents.

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