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Outback Australian Camel Safaris
Treks, Tours, Expeditions and Camel Expedition Training.
Australia's Premier Camel Safaris,
Flinders Ranges, South Australia.
We have the pleasure of conducting camel treks in the Northern section of this remarkable mountain range, the largest in South Australia, giving you an opportunity to explore and re-discover this area of Aboriginal and early settler significance.
Things to see and do in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia
- Flinders Ranges extends for over 450kms and contains such features as:
- Wilpena Pound
- St Mary Peak
- Vulkathunha - Gammon Ranges National Park
- Pichi Richi Railway
- Mt Remarkable National Park
- Flinders Ranges National Park
- Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park
- Mt Brown Conservation Park
- Heysen Trail
- Mawson Trail
Flinders Ranges is the home of the Adnyamathanha people and cultural ties to the land in this region are still strong today.
Early explorers of the region:
- Matthew Flinders (1802)
- Edward John Eyre (1839)
Other prominant explorers who have travelled the Flinders Ranges:
Early settlers are recorded to have been in the region as early as 1845 and pastoral leases were granted by the South Australian Government in 1851
Mining in the area: