14 September 2022
The number one question we receive at Rawnsley Park Station is where to get a decent cup of coffee. Well, worry no further: we’ve compiled the following list to express your time to get an espresso.
25 August 2022
Driving into Rawnsley Park Station, you can’t miss our sign featuring one of the animals that calls the Ikara-Flinders Ranges home!
The Wedge-tailed Eagle is a constant feature in our sky above Rawnsley Park Station, and has been chosen by Tony and Julie Smith as our logo. Here’s 5 interesting facts about our mascot: the Wedge-tailed Eagle.
17 May 2022
With the recent premiere of Rawnsley Park Station’s Travel Guides episode; we’ve opened up our movie vault and compiled a list of some of the many films and TV shows filmed near Rawnsley Park Station.
16 April 2022
Rawnsley Park Station is home to a large variety of wildlife and plant life, with the birds being some of the stars of the Flinders Ranges landscape.
Through this guide, you can learn how to identify some of the common birds you’ll see around the station and some fun facts about them.
03 March 2022
Missing Rawnsley and the Woolshed Restaurant?
Here’s how to make your own Rawnsley Lamb pizza in your own home!
2 tsps. (7 g sachet) dried yeast
1 cup (250 ml) lukewarm water
2 2/3 cups (400 g) plain flour, plus extra to dust
2 tsps. salt
16 February 2022
The mountainous terrain of the Flinders Ranges draws thrillseekers from around the world to have a crack at some off road driving. Rawnsley Park is surrounded by adventurous off-road tracks, and stunning scenic drives; as well as having two tracks of our own on our property.
15 December 2021
Everyone loves a four-legged, furry friend! Rawnsley Park is home to five dogs, each with a personality of their own. Here's an introduction to each of our buddies.
VaderVader, our farm dog, is an Australian kelpie.
10 November 2021
Looking to show off your Rawnsley Park experience to your friends and family online?
We have compiled a bucket list of the must-visit photo spots around the station. In front of Rawnsley BluffOur station is overlooking the ancient walls of Wilpena Pound. The face of Rawnsley Bluff is an iconic background for your station experience.
08 October 2021
Far away from the hustle and bustle of major cities, Rawnsley Park Station has virtually no light pollution, meaning the night sky is almost crystal clear. Every night on the station (weather permitting) provides an almost cinematic view of stars, constellations, planets and other celestial bodies.
18 September 2021
Sometimes the outback weather can be a little bit extreme, with pouring rain one day and blistering heat the next. Here’s four experiences you can take part in when trying to avoid the elements in the Flinders Ranges.
1. Jeff Morgan Gallery
The Jeff Morgan Gallery is far from your regular art gallery.
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