If you’re pining for a fair dinkum outback adventure through the wilds of South Oz, then a mission out to Ceduna’s sandy surrounds, and perhaps inland to conquer Googs Track, could be right up your alley.
The magnificent Lincoln National Park is located on the outskirts of the town of Port Lincoln, at the foot of South Oz’s Eyre Peninsula.
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. Remote campsites are dotted between the hills and gullies of the rugged mountainous station and along the banks of picturesque gum tree-lined creeks.
Coffin Bay is located on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula, a substantial 685km drive from Adelaide by way of Port Augusta.
Fowlers Bay is a remote outpost west of the Eyre Peninsula and around 900km west of Adelaide. Although it’s an easy highway stretch for the most part and can be reached in a day’s driving each way from the state capital.
Beachport Conservation Park is an idyllic coastal enclave located 380km southeast of Adelaide, back towards the Victorian border.