International travel is off the cards, so get better acquainted with some premium local destinations. I’ll tempt you with some of my holiday shots of Ikara Flinders Ranges scenery.
It’s school holidays, but the Covid-regulated border restrictions haven’t lifted yet. No worries – because we’ve got plenty to see right here in South Australia.
Never before has the catch-phrase ‘See South Australia First’ had more resonance, so get some vacation inspiration from some of my Ikara Flinders Ranges scenery snaps from the return trip The Bloke and I took up there recently.
International travel is off the cards for Australians for quite some time, according to our PM, and this can only mean boom times for local travel destinations – and we have plenty of them right here in south Australia.
The Flinders Ranges scenery is always spectacular, and this time of the year is the best time to visit. The days are mild and the light is quite literally brilliant, the evenings are cool and perfect for snuggling with a glass of wine (South Australian, of course) in front of the barbecue. There’s plenty to keep active kids and adults – and even the less active among us – happy, and the views are spectacular enough to turn anyone into a photographer.
Once again, we stayed at Rawnsley Park Station, as we did on our last visit. And once again we refused to rough it, staying in their gorgeous eco-villas, with all the mod cons any slightly indulged traveller could wish for.
I covered their accommodation options in my last post on them, so for this one I wanted to share my Flinders Ranges scenery holiday snaps. There’s always something to surprise you here, and the colours of this ancient landscape are rich and vibrant – get up there and see for yourself!
Check out heaps more travel inspiration for the Flinders, the Southern Flinders and the Outback here.