Situated on the southern side of Wilpena Pound, Rawnsley Park Station provides the ideal base for exploring the natural highlights of the Flinders Ranges.
Luxurious self-contained accommodation is offered in one and two bedroom eco-villas, with views overlooking Wilpena Pound. Each villa has a spacious living and dining area, separate bedrooms with retractable skylights, sophisticated bathrooms and well-equipped kitchens. Outside, there is a wide verandah for barbecues, with unrivalled views of the Flinders Ranges.
Each of the eco-villas complement their natural surroundings and showcase a range of sustainable design features. The walls of the villas are made from rendered straw-bales, while the floors consist of polished timber suspended across concrete slabs. The ceilings are raked, providing natural vents at the apex, while the overhanging eaves provide shade.
Although each villa is equipped with a kitchen, guests can visit the authentic Australian woolshed restaurant, which serves delicious modern cuisine. One of the specialities includes Rawnsley’s own lamb, which is served with local produce and matched with the region’s finest wines.
While staying at Rawnsley Park Station, enjoy four-wheel drive safaris and a range of guided walks to discover the breath-taking scenery, stunning wildlife and fascinating geology of the Flinders Ranges.
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Flinders Ranges is South Australia’s largest mountain range and one of the region’s two ‘National Landscapes’ – famous for dramatic rock formations, national parks, aboriginal rock art, wildlife which includes yellow-footed rock wallabies, and flora specially adapted to the semi-arid environment.
Where: South Australia
Ideal for viewing: yellow-footed rock wallaby, wedge-tailed eagle, Lake Eyre dragon, emu, common wallaroo