Warraweena Private Conservation Park
Warraweena is a 355 square kilometre private conservation park in the highest part of the northern Flinders Ranges. Points of interest include Mount Hack; the highest peak in the northern Flinders, Sliding Rock copper mine ruins, Yellow Footed Rock Wallabies, Warrioota Gorge, waterholes and over 250 kilometres of four wheel drive vehicle tracks (fees vary) to suit all skill levels.
Accommodation options include many secluded and scenic camp spots most equipped with a modern long drop toilet and campfire ring, bush huts with lots of character dating back to the early pastoral days, Shearer's Quarters and Homestead with fully equipped kitchen. Toilets, showers and laundry are located next to the Shearer's Quarters. Please bring your own bedding.
Please enquire direct for accommodation and four wheel drive track access fees.