The remote settlement of Arkaroola is the jumping off point for those who intend to explore Gammon Ranges National Park. This isolated park boasts deep gorges and rugged hills, packed with an astonishing variety of colored rocks, and meandering creeks with deep waterholes. It protects many species of wildlife, including the rare yellow-footed rock wallaby, and abundant bird life.
While you are at Arkaroola, take a Ridgetop Tour by four wheel drive for spectacular views from the mountain tops. There are also other 4WD tours and scenic flights as well as many walking trails and a museum.
There are various accommodation options at Arkaroola, including lodges, cottages and a caravan and camping park.
Photo courtesy South Australia Tourism