Having left Broken Hill we travelled back into South Australia to Spear Creek Caravan Park – a tourist park on a sheep station in the Flinders Ranges in the upper Spencer Gulf.
The station, a 7,000 hectare property running about 20,000 Dorper sheep was established in 1849 and remains a family operated business. They have established a tourist caravan park nestled amongst 400 year old river red gums.
Parrots and Kingfishers called in every afternoon.
From nearby Hancock’s Lookout the views over the Gulf are pretty spectacular.
This is one for you caravanners to add to your list of destinations. We think it is much better to stay here than Pt Augusta.
Great to see that you are having such a wonderful trip. Enjoy!
Enjoying every moment. Thanks for your lovely comments.
I do love the Australian landscape. That caravan park looks wonderful.
Very nice place to stay for a few days. We are constantly amazed at how beautiful these remote areas are.
Beautiful. Great photography.
It is a lovely place to stay.