Rawnsley Park Station, Flinders Ranges
Rawnsley Park Station is a holiday and caravan park located in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region, on an operating sheep station , just a 2-minute drive from Tanunda town center. The park features an outdoor pool, conference facilities, and an inflatable trampoline. Guests staying at Rawnsley Park Station can spend their days exploring the surrounding wineries, including Turkey Flat Vineyard and Peter Lehmann Wines, both within a 6-minute drive away. The park offers a variety of free-standing accommodation types, including villas, cabins, and studios. All include a kitchenette, flat-screen TV, and air-conditioning. Some include laundry facilities. Guests have access to a shared lounge area, children’s playground, barbecue facilities, and a games room with billiards. You can ask the tour desk for information on the region
Wilpena Sound is not a known location or attraction in South Australia. However, Wilpena Pound is a natural amphitheater-like formation located in the Flinders Ranges National Park 2. It is situated about 430 km north of Adelaide and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Australia 2. The Pound is surrounded by mountains and has a unique ecosystem that supports several species of flora and fauna. Visitors can explore the Pound on foot or take scenic flights to enjoy panoramic views of the area.
The Flinders Ranges region is home to several parks and nature attractions that offer visitors a chance to experience nature at its best. Sandy Creek Conservation Park is surrounded by farmland and vineyards and is located just 7 km from the town of Lyndoch 3. Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park is located about 80 km northeast of Adelaide in the suburb of Flaxman Valley and boasts breathtaking views of the South Para Valley and reservoir. The Barossa Sculpture Park offers a lookout over the Barossa Valley as well as a sculpture park created in the 1980s. The sculptures have been crafted by international and national artists from local marble and granite.
The Barossa Valley is also home to several tourist attractions that cater to visitors of all ages. The Botanical Gardens in Adelaide offer visitors a chance to explore over 50 hectares of gardens featuring native and exotic plants from around the world . Adelaide Zoo is home to over 2,500 animals representing more than 250 species from around the world . Visitors can also explore local art galleries or take a scenic drive through the valley. The valley is also home to several farmers markets where visitors can sample local treats. Exploring the valley is easy; follow a scenic drive or cycle the bike trails .
3 nights accommodation at the 4.5-star Rawnsley Park Station in a One Bedroom Eco Villa.
BONUS Full-day guided tour of the Flinders Ranges National Park.