The station’s rugged trails make for some primo offroad photo ops. pic:

Bendleby Ranges is an offroad getaway destination with the lot, situated on a working station in the Flinders Ranges, a cruisy three and a half hours north of Adelaide.

The remote campsites are dotted between the hills and gullies of the Bendleby Ranges, along the banks of picturesque gum tree-lined creeks.

There’s no shortage of exhilarating 4WD tracks available for visitors to traverse, with gorgeous views towards Lake Frome and Wilpena Pound.

If bushwalking’s your schtick, you’re in for a treat, with miles and miles of prime walking tracks to explore.

The Sunset Camp Kitchen is an easy stroll from the main campground and there’s affordable accommodation available in the old Shearers’ Quarters as well as in a handful of restored cottages, in case you’d prefer a roof over your head.


4WDING: There are enough tracks out here to keep you busy exploring for at least three days. The shorter training track near the springs can be knocked over in an hour, but some of the longer tours take up to five hours to complete.

Maps of all tracks on the property are supplied on arrival.

TOURS: The property owners host a Sunset Tour that can be arranged on booking accommodation, and a number of other operators run guided tag-along tours through the area. Check out and


LOCATION: 324km north of Adelaide, access is via RM Williams Way.

CAMPING: Unpowered sites are available at $20 per adult per night, and powered sites run at $25 per adult per night. Children stay at an additional $5 per child per night.

FUEL is available at Orroroo and Jamestown.

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