Rawnsley Park Station - 3-13 September 2022
We went to the Flinders Ranges; Andyamathanha Country.
The route travelled, totalling 3702km return from Melbourne.
Camp in Black Range State Forest.
Family of wallabies.
Silo art in Horsham.
Rocky Gully Wetlands.
Camp at Harry's farm.
Feeding the friendly residents.
Heading for the Flinders Ranges.
Rawnsley Park Station and the stunning backdrop of Rawnsley Bluff, home for 7 nights.
The Hills of Arkaba and the Elder Range.
Elder Range from Black Gap Lookout.
4WDing on Merna Mora Station.
Bunbinyunna and Wilpena Pound Ranges.
Mt Aleck from the plains to the west of the Flinders Ranges.
Wilpena Pound Range.
A Brush With Art Exhibition.
Bunyeroo Valley Lookout.
Razorback Lookout, one of the iconic scenes of the Flinders Ranges.
The Bunyeroo Gorge Scenic Drive is a cracker!
Aroona Valley and the ABC Range.
Yellow-footed rock wallaby.
Lightning show from Hucks Lookout.
Had a meal at the Wilpena Pound Resort to avoid cooking/eating in the storm.
The creeks started to flow after the storm.
Sizing up the climb up Mt Ohlssen Bagge.
The way is up.
Wangara Hill, Mt Boorong and St Mary Peak.
Inside Wilpena Pound.
Binya Peak, Mt Karawarra and Point Bonney.
Looking back toward St Mary Peak from Mt Ohlssen Bagge summit.
Old Wilpena Station.
They don't pull any punches in SA with their road safety messaging.
Saint Cecilia Church in Cradock.
The ruins of Johnburgh Hotel.
Travelling the Carrieton-Barrata Road.
Epic Energy's Compressor Station 5.
Great to get back out on the Moomba to Adelaide pipeline, where I travelled out to and along on several occasions when I worked for Epic Energy.
Wilpena Pound from Hucks Lookout.
Pantapinna Creek crossing.
Walking along Pantapinna Creek towards Wilkawillina Gorge.
The Great Wall of China.
North Blinman Hotel.
The imposing Mt Falkland.
Quorn Railway Station.
Pichi Richi Railway.
Quorn Town Hall.
Wilson Homestead ruins.
My trademark pizzas were on point this trip.
Chris' pork belly wasn't too shabby either.
Joeys from the Peterborough Animal Rescue out on a walk.
Exploring Lake Tyrell.
Sea Lake silo art.
Changing of scenes.