This latest edition of Ron and Viv Moon’s book, The Flinders Ranges - an Adventurer’s Guide, has been completely revised from cover to cover and the information updated and distilled into a no-nonsense information pack that every visitor to the Flinders will get benefit from. By far and away it is the best guidebook for bush campers, four wheel drivers and even fishermen who want to visit the region and who want to get off the beaten track.
This comprehensive guide covers all you need to know for an enjoyable and unforgettable 2WD or 4WD touring, camping, walking or cycling holiday to these ranges. Access details with GPS points cover camp sites, scenic spots, historic sites, boat ramps and places to visit.
All of the Self-Drive 4WD Tracks, and there are plenty of them, are covered in detail, along with the PARs (Public Access Routes) that dot these rugged ranges. More than ever the Flinders Ranges is a Mecca for four wheel drivers, cyclists and walkers!
The details of each and every town and the facilities they provide are extensively covered, along with important phone numbers, web sites and contact details.
Details on walking, cycling, climbing, Aboriginal art sites, fossicking, hunting and fishing in the region, as well as coverage of all the national parks, reserves and forests, provide all you need to know for a recreational holiday in the area.
There are exhaustive lists of travel operators and guides, along with station properties that offer camping, accommodation and four wheel drive, along with walking or cycling tracks.
This book is a must for those going to the Flinders Ranges, whether that is for the first or the 30th time!
Ron & Viv Moon know Australia and the Flinders Ranges extremely well. While Ron lived in Quorn as a young lad camping and hunting in and around Warren Gorge and out across the Willochra Plain, in more recent years numerous trips to and through the region have given both Ron & Viv an intimate knowledge of the Flinders and the delights it holds. All of their experience and expertise is brought together in this book so that others will be more able to fully enjoy the region.
This edition published in 2012