Welcome to Gawler Ranges National Park

Welcome to Gawler Ranges National Park. Known for its unearthly rock formations, Gawler Ranges is located in South Australia. This destination profile page was built for you to better understand Gawler Ranges NP through scientific studies and data conducted by various prominent institutions around the world. You can also find information about holidays, festivals and transportation.

Map of Gawler Ranges NP

Basic Stats

Travel Safety Rating: 7/10

Targeted Groups: No groups found

General Sanitation Rating: 7/10

Food Safety Rating for Foreigners: 6/10

Tourism Infrastructure Rating: 9/10

Fluency in English Rating: 10/10

Languages Spoken: English

These stats were collected through general studies by prominent institutions that analyzed Gawler Ranges's tourism sector. These studies were then summarized into a given rating.

History of Gawler Ranges National Park

"The national park originated as the 1,200 km2 (463 sq mi) Paney Station pastoral lease, which was acquired in 2000 by the South Australian Government with assistance from the Australian Government. In 2001 some 420 km2 (162 sq mi) of the adjacent Scrubby Peak Station was acquired and added to the national park" - Wikipedia

Photos

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Holidays and Festivals

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Transportation

"Access: The Gawler Ranges are located about 600km from Adelaide and 250 km from Port Augusta. Access to the Park is from Iron Knob and Kimba in the south-east, Wudinna in the south, Minippa in the south west. For more adventure, drive down from Kingooyna and Lake Gairdner in the north" - Travel Outback Australia

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