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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New B&B in Jamestown

We opened a B&B in Jamestown with Open House on Friday 21st June. If you’re looking for somewhere special to stay, check out the information on our B&B page. CockburnHouse can also be booked from here.

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Bendleby on South Aussie with Cosi

Did you see us on South Aussie with Cosi on 29th September? Check out the no-fuss, easy way to go camping with an EasyCamper. We can supply all your linen (including sheets, towels, doona, blanket) and your crockery, cutlery and utensils, if you wish…. or bring your own! Just pack up the car with 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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Pure Earth Article – Take Me There

The Flinders Ranges is one of Australia’s most accessible plots of Outback. With everything from indigenous culture and pioneering history to luxurious accommodation and gourmet food, there’s something for everyone in this uniquie landscape. Tony Smith has the Flinders Ranges in his blood. He’s the fourth generation of the Smith clan to live this remote…

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Rawnsley Park Station popular with UK visitors to Flinders Ranges

TARGETED marketing and appointing a London-based sales representative have helped boost UK visitor numbers to Flinders Ranges tourism operator Rawnsley Park Station. In the past financial year, Rawnsley Park recorded a 58 per cent increase in bookings from the UK. Tony Smith – who owns Rawnsley Park Station, near Wilpena Pound, with his wife Julieanne…

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Almerta Station – new member

We welcome Almerta Station to the Station Stays SA family. For information on Almerta Station, and all other members, please go to the Stations Map page and click on the station to take you to more information about that property.  

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Station Stays Maps

The very popular Station Stays SA A3 maps have recently been updated. For your copy visit your nearest Visitor Information Centre or a Station Stays SA member. If you are a V.I.C. and wish to stock/restock please contact Paula Osborn on 8641 1444 or email: dceo@rdafn.com.au  

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Article in Boomer Magazine January 2013

The ‘Boomer’ magazine which features monthly in The Advertiser has a great article all about the Flinder by Foot 5 and 3 walking tours, which are led by bushwalking author Kym Tilbrook and former SA National Parks and Wildlife Service ranger Volker Scholz. If you would like to read a copy, please download the PDF…

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New Tours starting 1st April 2013!

A new 4WD day tour and an alternative morning walk with breakfast included have been added to the list of activities which Rawnsley Park offers. Both tours are available from the 1st April 2013. The 4WD tour ‘Echoes from the Past’ focus’s on the early European settler history of the area. It will feature a morning…

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