Flinders Ranges & Outback

10 mesmerising photos of the Flinders Ranges

The Flinders Ranges is peppered with rugged peaks and rocky gorges, known for its vast starry skies and outback scenery.

Feature image by Simon Wilson

The Flinders Ranges is one of South Australia’s most talked-about tourism regions, and for good reason.

Peppered with rugged peaks and rocky gorges, the Flinders Ranges is outback Australia at perhaps its most beautiful.

The region is rich in Aboriginal history, the sky is vast, and the stars are bright.

Take an aerial tour of Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre, drive along the Aboriginal Dreaming Trail, and marvel at ancient mountain ranges.

So, without further ado, prepare to travel (virtually and visually) through the Flinders Ranges.

Road out of Parachilna Gorge by Rachel Hughes
Old Stone Cottage outside Hawker by Fraser Bock
Curious Kangaroos at Rawsley Park by Fraser Bock
Sheep outside Hawker by Fraser Bock
Ikara, Flinders Ranges National Park Campground by Nilobon Kwansakul
Flying over the Flinders Ranges by Simon Wilson
Alligator Gorge by Alyssa Fedele
Bunyeroo Road by Caio Amarante

A huge thanks to everyone who submitted their photography for this guide.

Check out the video below for a cooking lesson in the Flinders Ranges with the Prairie Hotel’s executive chef.

For more information about exploring the Flinders Ranges, head to the South Australian Tourism website here.

The next region we’re showcasing is the Adelaide Hills, so if you have a photograph you’d like to submit, please email [email protected]

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