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Full Day Tag along 4WD Adventure Tour or Catered Tour – Central Flinders Trek

Tour Overview




Full Day Catered 4WD Adventure Tour or Tag along Tour

Trip Cost

Catered Tour – $260.00 per person (4 positions per tour available)

(Minimum of 2 people required to run a tour)

Tag along Tour – Price subject to number of vehicles in convoy. No meals provided as most tourer’s prefer to supply their own to keep costs down. Lunch can be bought at Quorn, Hawker or Wilpena beforehand if you need to.


Central Flinders Ranges

Degree of Difficulty

Basic to Moderate




Catered: Includes Morning tea, Lunch, Afternoon tea, Wilpena Panorama Entry Fees and Flinders Ranges National Parks Fees.

Tag along: Includes Wilpena Panorama Entry Fees and Flinders Ranges National Parks Fees.

Approximate Distance

Approximately 350 km’s including unsealed roads

Maximum Vehicle No's

Tag Along component – 6 vehicles

Closing Date


Trip Details

Quorn is approximately 4hrs (336km’s – Hwy A1) drive from Adelaide.

Please let us know when you expect to arrive so we can meet you prior to departure. We can help you book a site at the Quorn Caravan Park for the night prior to you getting there, if you wish.

Pick up from Accommodation in Quorn or the Visitor Information Centre at the Quorn Railway Station @ 8.00am  (7.30am from Port Augusta Wadlata Visitor Centre) or later from Hawker or Rawnsley Park.      **Additional fees apply for collection to and from Port Augusta**


Itinerary – Tour starts at Quorn (or Port Augusta), S.A.

Full Day

Experience the magnificent Flinders Ranges, a place we are proud to call our home and are passionate to share with you! Enjoy breathtaking scenery, vibrant colours, our timeless geology, unique wildlife, history and flora & fauna, no matter what the season!

Tour highlights include, the historic Kanyaka Station Ruins, viewing two magnificent Panoramas one of Wilpena Pound and the other of a waterhole near Arkaroola in the very rugged northern part of the Flinders Ranges. Then we travel the picturesque Bunyeroo Valley with great photo opportunities and a tranquil lunch before we enter the Brachina Gorge to follow the geological trail and explore some of the oldest rock formations (with hidden fossils) in the world. Then we go in search of the rare and endangered Yellow Footed Rock Wallabies along with other wildlife including emus, kangaroos, eagles and more. From there we travel across outback station tracks visiting some scenic spots as we make our way back to Quorn (or Port Augusta).

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Parachilna Creek - Flinders Ranges