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The Flinders Ranges are the largest ranges of South Australia. These ranges start about at a range of 200 kilometers north of Adelaide. The ranges stretch wide for over 430 kilometers from the Port Pirie to Lake Callabona. One remarkable thing about these ranges is its large and sickle shaped natural amphitheatre, Wilpena Pound. The Wilpena Pound embraces St. Mary Peak which is the highest peak of this range. The peak happens to adjoin the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park which is highly abundant as to its wildlife. The Flinders Ranges and its National Park are one amusing spot of South Australia that gather a huge crowd of tourists.
Explore the amazing Flinders Ranges:
Southern Australia’s Flinders Ranges are amazingly timeless. You can catch a glimpse of all the beautiful attraction of Southern Australia from these mountain ranges. It lets you explore the rustic and natural beauty of this mountain range. You can take a visit to an underground opal mining town as well as the Simpson Desert to fetch an altogether different experience. The major attractions around the Flinders Range include the South Australian Loop, Coober Pedy and The Heysen Trail.
Visit the National Park:
The National Park, now termed as Ikara Flinders Ranges National Park. It includes a view of spectacular gorges, rustic mountain ranges, river red gums and plenty of wildlife to enjoy. This National Park consists of the Wilpena Pound Visitor Information Centre. You can gather all the information about the routes and wildlife of this park here. The National Park is renowned for its rich wildlife. You can start your adventures by trekking the Flinders Ranges and exploring the National Park. These beautiful spots are worth your visit. So, pack your bag now and get ready to explore the wildlife this summer. Happy vacations.
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