Rawnsley Park Station Eco Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRawnsley Park Station Eco Villas Flinders Ranges National Park
Very Nice. Good to get there after a long day.
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Another 300km or so today. We slept in a little this morning following our busy night. Retiring to our room at 8.30pm really took it out of us! A picturesque drive through the gorgeous and very green Clare Valley, past vineyards, old farms, wheat fields and homesteads took us through a small settlement called Yacka. Beautiful heritage buildings, …
We set off at 9.15. Our first stop for coffee was at an unmarked turn off leading to a beautiful hidden picnic/camp spot on the Murray. How many other hidden gems were along there?
Lunch was at Burra where Glen and Bonnie had roast beef rolls with left over roast from the Renmark pub last night – 3 meals for the price of …
We continued up the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula through Whyalla and Port Augusta to get to our next stop – Rawnsley Park Station, a working sheep farm located in the foothills of the picturesque Flinders Ranges. The caravan park was enormous, they had over 80 powered sites plus unpowered sites and there was us and 2 other caravans in the …
... the country getting work and have about 6 months at Beltana. She cooks and runs the restaurant and he tends the sheep etc. 460,000 acres with many, many sheep. We bought some lamb. Sat by the open fire with the other travellers- some working and others passing but staying a while. We only had egg on toast as we had the big burgers for ...