Tag-a-Long Tours

Flinders Ranges Adventures

tag-a-long

Give us a call if you want to Tag-A-Long with your motor bike or motorhome or caravan or 2WD car!

One Day Tag-A-Long Tour

Lizard Engravings

Lizard Engravings

* Meeting Point: Blinman * Cost: $120 per vehicle (2 adults) Children (up to 15 years) Free Extra adults $10 per person * Includes: Morning tea, Aboriginal guide, access to ancient etching sites on private property * Not included: Lunch

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HIGHLIGHTS

Glass Gorge
Tree lined creek bed walk to rock etchings (approx. 30 minutes leisurely walk)
Nuccaleena Mine ruins

Overnight Tag-A-Long Tour

Bush Tucker

Bush Tucker

Through the Glass Gorge area there is only one location where camping is permitted, and that is at the designated camping area near the Nuccaleena Mine Ruins. By joining Reg on a Wakarla tag-a-long tour you have the opportunity to camp with him as a guest on Oratunga Station either bush camping (no facilities) or for those who prefer access to facilities at the Oratunga Shearer’s Quarters. * Meeting Point: Blinman * Cost: $160 per vehicle (2 adults) Children (up to 15 years) $20 per child Extra adults $30 per person * Includes: Morning tea, Aboriginal guide, access to ancient etching sites on private property, BBQ dinner, campfire storytelling, private overnight bush camping (no facilities) and continental breakfast. The generator at the Shearers Quarter’s is switched off at around 8.00pm. We then sit around the camp fire yarning and also listening to wild life in the silence of the bush. * OPTION: If bush camping is not your style the shearer’s quarter accommodation is available $25 per person for shearer’s quarter accommodation $10 per person for camping around the shearer’s quarters and use of shearer’s quarter’s ablutions and kitchen

HIGHLIGHTS

Glass Gorge
Tree lined creek bed walk to rock etchings (approx. 30 minutes leisurely walk)
Nuccaleena Mine ruins
Bush camping on a private station
Campfire stories and learn about the artefacts
NOTE:

    • As a “Tag-A-Long” tour; the customer is using their own vehicle at their own risk, any damage incurred to their vehicle whilst on tour is the customer’s responsibility and if the customer is using a hired vehicle they must check their rental contract to make sure it includes driving on unsealed roads.

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