Wallaby Tracks Adventure Tours
Flinders Ranges & Kangaroo Island Tour
7 Day Tour
Flinders Ranges &
Kangaroo Island Odyssey
Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island
View from Razorback Lookout
Flinders Ranges National Park
"We customise our tours to suit your travel needs"
$5,500.00 per person - twin share - ($90 per night single supplement) Includes:
(min 2 passengers required)
Depart on demand any day of the week with a minimum of 2 passengers
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Day 1: Depart from your Adelaide accommodation at 6.45am, drive to Cape Jervis to meet the 9.00am vehicular Sealink Ferry to KI, arriving at Penneshaw at about 9.45am.
Today we explore the southern coastline – after leaving Penneshaw we stop off to view the magnificent Pennington Bay before heading for Seal Bay where stop for lunch and then we take a guided tour onto the beach and walk amongst the Sea Lions. We then visit Little Sahara – to view and climb the huge naturally occurring sand dunes. Next on the list is Vivonne Bay and then Kelly Hill Caves where we take a guided tour to view the stunning stalactites and stalagmites in the underground cave system. This night we are staying at the western end of KI at the Kangaroo Island Wilderness Retreat in an ensuited room and restaurant dinner.
Day 2: Today we have a very short drive to spend time at Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch and drive through the Flinders Chase National Park enroute to Cape Borda Lighthouse where we take a tour of the area and have our picnic lunch. We then travel along the northern coastline via Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park at Parndana – where we can get up close to some beautiful Australian animals. Then on to Stokes Bay for a visit to the secret beach – followed by a visit to Emu Bay enroute to Kingscote. Staying at the comfortable Seaside Inn. Restaurant dinner in Kingscote.
Day 3: After a look around Kingscote we spend the day exploring the eastern end of KI calling in to the Emu Ridge eucalyptus distillery, and Clifford’s Honey Farm with a morning tea stop at the Deck Cafe American River.
Next we follow the South East Road to the Historic Cape Willoughby light house at the most eastern point of KI. Then follow the Chapman River to Antechamber Bay where we take a stroll along the beach with great coastal views of this pristine unspoilt beach. On the return to Penneshaw we pop into Dudley Wines – Lunch at the Fat Beagle Cafe before we meet our 2.30pm ferry to Cape Jervis.
Arriving in Adelaide at approximately 5.30pm for an overnight stay at the Adelaide Riviera on North Terrace.
Day 4: Depart at 7.30 am from your hotel in Adelaide, and travel 300 Kms North to Pichi Richi Pass and the historic Ghan Railway township of Quorn for lunch, visit the spectacular Warren Gorge & the Kanyaka Homestead Ruins abandoned during the Great Drought of 1864-7 convenience stop at Hawker the Hub of the Flinders Ranges and the gateway to the Outback before travelling through the Moralana Scenic Drive, one of the best in the Flinders Ranges, continuing on to the Pugilist Hill Lookout for views of the Chace Range & Wilpena Pound. Check into accommodation at Wilpena Pound Resort.
Day 5: 8.30 am. After breakfast, enjoy a complimentary unforgettable 30-minute Scenic Flight around this spectacular geological formation called Wilpena Pound. After the flight we continue our Journey to Arkaroola as we travel through the heart of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park via Bunyeroo Valley & Gorge, spectacular Brachina Gorge, the picturesque Parachilna Gorge & on to the historic copper mining town of Blinman for lunch. With abundance of wildlife in the area there is a good chance you could see Kangaroos, Euros (Wallaroos) Emus, Parrots and the graceful Wedge Tailed Eagle. Follow the 'Dreaming Trail' as we carry on to Arkaroola via the eastern side of the Flinders Ranges across remote sheep station properties before we stop for a 4WD trek into Chambers Gorge, where you can view the gallery of ancient Aboriginal Rock Engravings. Continue on into the Gammon Ranges National Park and the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary Resort. Founded by Reg & Griselda Sprigg now operated by their son Doug Sprigg.
Day 6: Early breakfast before joining the exclusive, world famous, Arkaroola Ridgetop Tour, travel through the creeks, valleys & over the ridges of the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, climaxing with an amazing view from a stunning lookout. After lunch, we say good bye to our new friends at Arkaroola and spend the afternoon sightseeing our way through to Parachilna, we’ll be taking in the sights such as the Historic Balcanoona Woolshed, Neppabunna Aboriginal community, Leigh Creek (coal mining township), Aroona Dam, the remains of the old Ghan railway township of Beltana, and arriving at the “Prairie Hotel” around 5 o’clock. Pre dinner sunset drinks watching the sun drop beyond the flat Western Plains. 3 course dinner... Deluxe ensuite room.
Day 7: Return to Adelaide via Hawker, Craddock, Orroroo we continue on to Adelaide travelling to the east of the ranges through marginal farming country devastated by the 'Great Drought' of 1864-67. Visit Jamestown and the famous wine producing Clare Valley. We have a stop in Clare for lunch, before arriving back at your Adelaide accommodation late afternoon.
**Scenic flights of Arkaroola are available only by prior arrangement.
Minimum 2 persons Maximum 4 persons / vehicle (We will take 6 persons - only as one group i.e. Three couples or a family.) 4 only when passengers come from different locations.
(Please note: Itineraries may vary slightly depending on weather and road conditions)