Address: 40 kilometres north of Wudinna, Access via Bartley Road and Barns Road, Wudinna SA 5652
Gawler Ranges National Park is a showcase of stunning scenery formed by volcanic activity more than 1,500 million years ago. Access the Organ Pipes by four-wheel drive vehicle and discover a series of dramatic, ochre-red, hexagonal volcanic columns. See vibrant wildflowers in spring or camp beneath a starry night sky in the great outdoors. Follow the four-wheel-drive LP Track leading to Pondanna Outstation. Observe some of the parks 140 species of birds or keep your eyes open for Southern Hairy-nosed wombats. Access to Gawler Ranges National Park is via gravel roads from Kimba, Minnipa and Wudinna. Most vehicle tracks are recommended for high clearance or four-wheel drive vehicles only and driving can be hazardous in wet weather. Ensure that you have adequate food and water in case of breakdown as traffic is sparse during the summer months. Ensure vehicle is fitted with adequate spares and that you have a satellite phone or HF radio. Camping is permitted at Paney Homestead in the park. Do not camp along the access route to the park.
Gawler Ranges National Park has interesting facts of visitors to Australia from Pierce Brosnan to Tom Cruise, let's take a look at the international celebrities who are from Australia like Hugh Jackman, Keith Urban, Nicole Kidman, Mel Gibson all of whom visit attractions from time to time.
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