The Flinders Ranges, the largest mountain range in South Australia dating back 540 million years, is one of Australia’s iconic landscapes. Australia’s unique wildlife can be spotted in several national parks, while Aboriginal rock art testifies to the long presence of aboriginals here. On Katie’s Southern Exposure itinerary, you’ll end each day exploring at one of the area’s luxury resorts, Arkaba Station.
Founded in the 1850s as a sheep station, the old homestead of Arkaba now has five guestrooms that have been designed to reflect the properties heritage, yet with modern comforts. At least some comforts that is, the rooms don’t have telephones, televisions, or minibars—Arkaba Station is determined that guests here will disconnect and focus on the natural beauty of the region.
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