Gawler Ranges SA

4 Days – Monday 6th to Thursday 9th June 2022

Accommodation: Gawler Ranges Motel

Highlights of the tour:

  • «Relax as you make your way north along Port Wakefield Road. Stretch your legs and enjoy morning tea near Port Wakefield River at Port Wakefield. See the mural and old wharf area.
  • «Stop at Kimba, which is located halfway across Australia and have your photo taken at the “Half Way Across Australia” sign, see the Big Galah and the beautiful painted silos.
  • «See Waddikee Rock, located adjacent to Eyre Highway at Koongawa. Waddikee Rock is a small exposed granite dome that provides excellent views of the surrounding landscape.
  • «Visit the Gawler Ranges Visitor Information Centre located next to the large granite Australian Farmer. “The Australian Farmer” celebrates the life, spirit and soul of the farming community and stands 8 metres tall.
  • «Travel west to Minnipa and see Yarawondutta Rock, a water catchment and reservoir area. Enjoy morning tea at Pildappa Rock. Visit Tcharkuldu Rock and see the tafoni which makes this unique granite outcrop on the area and lastly visit Ucontitchie Hill, an inselberg structure of international geological significance due to it’s weathering.
  • «Time for exploring The Gawler Ranges National Park. See Polda Rock and Polda Dam which was the original catchment for the towns water supply.
  • «Visit Mt Wudinna, Australia’s second largest monolith, rising 80 metres above surrounding farmland. At the base of Mt Wudinna is Turtle Rock, another granite hill that resembles a turtle.
  • «Venture further north into Gawler Ranges National Park along sealed roads and stop at the Old Paney Homestead, a former remote pastoral homestead, for a picnic lunch in this rustic environment.
  • «Tour Melrose, nestled in the Flinders Ranges. Cross Goyder’s Line on the way to Melrose from Wilmington.
  • «See the beautiful painted silos at Wirrabara and look for the hidden painted skull in the trees of the silo. It is one of the artists little quirks. Continue on through the southern Flinders Ranges towns of Stone Hut, Laura, Gladstone and Georgetown.


  • « Morning tea provided on Day 1, 2 and 3
  • « Fully cooked breakfast on Day 2, 3 and 4
  • « Lunch provided every day .
  • « Enjoy two course dinner on Day 1, 2 and 3
  • « Entrance to Museums/attractions listed
  • « Fully escorted with a tour host
  • « Deluxe coach travel


Twin/Double Share: $1,295 per person
Single Supplement: $135 for 3 nights