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Flinders Ranges

The Flinders Ranges abounds with wildlife from wedge-tailed eagles and emus to colourful parrots, and kangaroos, which are all indigenous to this area. South Australia's Flinders Ranges stretches 250 km north of Adelaide and then for another 800 kilometres into remote outback regions. The ranges are broken into three parts - the southern section, central and northern ranges and each region contains a national park. Flinders Ranges has a spread of outback in it, but it also has a wetland. The Mid North has some of the richest agricultural and pastoral land in the state, with a valuable maritime and mining history, idyllic wine producing district and natural bushland adventures. Aboriginal tribes have lived there for thousands of years. Flinders Ranges is one of Australia's most magnificent ranges, perfect for nature lovers, bushwalkers and adventurers alike. It has tree-lined gorges and arid plains that stretch to the horizon. Head to Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary for challenging 4WD tracks and the astronomical observatory there.