4WD Tours

Sit back, relax and let one of our experienced local guides take you on a 4WD adventure of a lifetime.  Discover the spectacular scenery of the Flinders Ranges, see wildlife in its natural environment and abundant native flora, learn about the region’s rich geological history, and experience the Aboriginal and European histories of the area.

We offer a range of half and full-day tours, all conducted in modern 4WD vehicles. Full-day tours include morning tea and lunch, and half-day tours include morning tea. Tours can be booked at time of reservation or upon arrival at Rawnsley Park.

At certain times of the year, due to road conditions or other seasonal factors, we may need to alter an itinerary.  Your guide will discuss this with you.

If a tour is cancelled less than 24 hours before departure, the total fee will be charged.

Please wear enclosed shoes on our tours, including the sunset tour.

Wallabies, Rocks and Copper (8hrs) 

Discover the spectacular scenery, wildlife and geology of the Flinders Ranges National Park. Stop for lunch at the Blinman Hotel before joining a tour to the Blinman Heritage Mine. 

Bunyeroo & Brachina Gorges (4hrs)

Discover two of the most spectacular gorges in the Flinders Ranges – Bunyeroo and Brachina – and learn about the story of life on earth.

Arkapena (4hrs)

Experience the unspoiled beauty of neighbouring Arkapena Station, now part of Rawnsley Park Station, on this off-road 4WD experience. 

Station Run (4hrs)

Learn about life on a commercial sheep station. Rawnsley Park runs approximately 2,000 Dohne sheep.Visit the shearing shed to see how the wool is sorted and baled, before visiting the water points. These days Rawnsley Park uses solar powered bore pumps to water stock.

Sunset on the Chace

Watch a brilliant Flinders Ranges sunset overlooking the stunning Chace Range, whilst enjoying a glass of sparkling wine and gourmet canapés prepared by the Woolshed Restaurant. The 40 minute drive through the property provides a great opportunity to see native wildlife unused to human encounters. Wilpena Pound provides a stunning backdrop to this two hour tour.