Flinders Ranges and Outback
Welcome to the South Australian Outback! Our beautiful backyard is like nowhere else in the world, and we know you'll have an absolute blast out here.
These local insights will give you a heads up on how to handle the unique quirks of Outback travel. Prepare for a safe, enjoyable trip that will help us look after this amazing region for generations to come.
What You Need To Know
It's hard to comprehend the expansive scale of the Outback until you experience it firsthand, so travellers may accidentally find themselves in unfamiliar situations.
Check the tips listed under each of our top issues to find out what to do.
Come prepared! Use the resources below to make sure you're equipped for a safe and enjoyable outback trip.
News from the Flinders Ranges and Outback
A quick summary of the SA Outback Signage project activities to date (February – June 2022):
Funded by the Outback Communities Authority, the Aussie Travel Code project team has been developing plans to install branded signage across the South Australian Outback.
Arid landscapes are incredibly fragile. They support a wide range of truly unique and amazing plants and animals. Every step off the path and every wheel off the track will have a lasting impact. Here are 10 top tips to help enjoy your stay and look after the landscape.