|Here are some links
which will assist you in planning a visit to the Central Flinders
- Hub of the Flinders Ranges - A convenient and affordable place to stay for your
Flinders Ranges visit and a great place to live. Find out everything you need to know
about our community - facilities, things to do, lifestyle . . . .
- Flinders Ranges
Accommodation Booking Service (FRABS) is based in Hawker Motors, the
Mobil service station right in the centre of Hawker. FRABS offers and
manages large variety of self-contained accommodation in Hawker and
the Central Flinders Ranges.
- Merna Mora
Station - A typical outback station property offering 9
self-contained units an 4 unique 4WD tracks including Lake Torrens and
(adjacent to Wilpena Range).
- Hawker Caravan Park - Offering the best selection of cabins in the Flinders Ranges. Large shady powered sites, tent sites and a swimming pool. Great views of Wilpena Pound. Easy walking distance from town centre.
Willow Springs Station - A working sheep station offering true bush
hospitality. Private and comfortable self contained
buildings in quiet secluded settings to suit small and large groups.
Skytrek is one of Australia's popular
and most exhilirating 4WD journeys to be experienced.
- Worumba Station -
Accommodation for up to 12 in renovated shearer's quarters. Property
includes "The Worumba Experience" a 4WD track circling Mt Plantagenet.
- Rawnsley Park
customers a wide range of services including
luxury 5 star eco villas, holiday units, caravan park,
licensed shop, bushwalking
trails, 4WD Tours, Scenic Flights, Mountain Bike Hire
and The Woolshed Restaurant.
- Outback Chapmanton Motel -
Convenient motel units and
self-contained units righ in the heart of Hawker.
Ranges Tourism Operators Association - The Flinders Ranges
Tourism Operators will provide for the visitors a memorable experience that
is environmentally responsible, socially sustainable, culturally aware and
- Wilpena Panorama - a 360o painting by local artist
Jeff Morgan, ocated in the centre of Hawker, and a Must See while visiting
the Flinders Ranges