Relax in the comfort of the coach as we make our way north west to Wudinna, the largest town near the Gawler Ranges.
Stop at Kimba and see the "Half Way Across Australia" sign.
Visit Mt Wudinna, the second largest monolith in Australia, after Uluru.
The keen walkers may wish to climb Pildappa Rock, while others may wish to look at its amazing wave formation and the man made channels at the base of it used to catch run off water for drinking.
See the huge granite outcrops: Tcharkuldu Rock, Uncontitchie Hill, Yarawondutta Rock and Polda Rock.
Explore Gawler Ranges National Park and stop at Old Paney Homestead for a picnic lunch.
Walk to original stone dam built with rocks from the creek bed by early pioneers.
Tour the outback towns of Wudinna and Minnipa and marvel at the community spirit these towns and their residents have.
Stop at the painted silos at Wirrabara on the way home and look for the hidden skull painted in the leaves on the silo.
Enjoy touring through the Southern Flinders Ranges, and notice the difference in the landscapes from one area to another in our state.