Southern Flinders Produce Trail
Remember the days of picnics and Sunday drives? Walking by the creek, feeding ducks, maybe fishing for yabbies? Dirt roads, emus on the run, campfires and dark night skies full of a million stars? It’s not in the past; it’s right here.
The Southern Flinders ranges extends from as far south as Spalding and Yacka, heading north as far as towns such as Orroroo and Carrieton. As far west as Port Pirie and Port Germein and as far east as the steam town destination of Peterborough. Only 200kms (2 hour drive) north from Adelaide.
Well known for the rugged Mount Remarkable and Alligator Gorge, the Southern Flinders has a burgeoning culture of food, wine and the arts. The remoteness of the area has bred a talented crew of grass roots producers, tending passionately to their to orchards, wineries, livestock and broadacre pursuits to produce an amazing array of quality produce.
Look closely… there's so much to discover! Around that bend is an ancient freshwater spring. In that quiet street is a gorgeous art gallery. Over there you can hear jazz music playing at a cellar door. Upstairs at that pub you will find funky boutique accommodation, and just behind there is a picture perfect, slow-flowing creek.
Stay longer, look closely.
Click here to view the printed pamphlet supporting the Southern Flinders Produce Trail.