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Newsletter Autummn 2015

Our popular ‘Flinders by Foot’ three and five-day guided walks, which are escorted by experienced bushwalking author and guide Kym Tilbrook, have started for 2015. Five-day walks will depart May 4, May 11, June 15, July 27, August 17, September 14, September 21 and October 12. Three-day walks depart on May 6, May 13, June…

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Kate Humble presents the Flinders Ranges

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Experience Flinders by Foot in 2015

If a walking holiday offering magnificent scenery, unique accommodation and fabulous food and wine is high on your wish list for 2015 then Rawnsley Park Station’s Flinders by Foot guided walks are likely to fit the bill. The award-winning tourism operator has released dates for this year’s three and five-day walking tours, with the first…

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Rawnsley Park Station Eco-Villas – best Unique Accommodation

South Australian Tourism Industry Council Chief Executive, Ward Tilbrook, congratulated all winners and the seven inductees to the Hall of Fame. “South Australia is home to some of the world’s best tourism experiences and it is important to celebrate excellence in an industry that is so significant to the South Australian economy,” he said. As…

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Newsletter Spring 2014

{module_literature,i,174924}  Spring in the Flinders Ranges. Warm sunny days with cooler evenings. A Brush With Art 16 separate art shows all over the Flinders until 6th October. Eagles, Roos, Emus, Rock Wallabies and oth-ers raising their young. Goanna, bearded dragon, tawny dragon, stumpy tail and other reptiles active. Senna and wattle bushes bursting with yellow…

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Our Andrew features in SA Weekend

Andrew who who is originally from Melbourne, and his Hungarian wife Elizabeth, moved to remote South Australia after stints in Jamie’s Italian and Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street kitchen, both in London. The pair swapped city streets for the rugged beauty of our own Flinders Ranges… Read more and get the recipe {module_literature,i,166981} Article by Dianne…

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A Walk on the Wild Side

Kev was looking fatigued, exhausted even. He’d rounded up 500 dohne merino sheep that day and was sprawled out resting, while Tony Smith, the owner of Rawnsley Park Station still had several sheep to shear waiting their turn in the pen. Download the article to read more {module_literature,i,166987}

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SA News Article by Brad Crouch

RAWNSLEY Park Station is expanding its multi-day guided walks of the Flinders Ranges this year. Station owners Tony and Julieanne Smith said the walks program, led by bushwalking author Kym Tilbrook, would start on April 7 and continue until late October. A champagne celebration atop the Chace Range and an early morning climb to the…

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SA Tourism Council Awards

Rawnsley Park Station Eco-Villas was a big winner at Friday night’s 2013 South Australian Tourism Awards as it was named South Australia’s best Ecotourism experience AND best Uniquie Accommodation. More than 670 people from the tourism industry attended the black-tie event, which saw winners and medallists awarded at the 30th anniversary of the South Australian…

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