Congratulations to Wakarla Glass Gorge Tours for achieving Nature Tourism Certification for their Camping Accommodation and Tag Along Tours.
Situated just five hours north of Adelaide in the Flinders Ranges, Wakarla Glass Gorge Tours offer guests the opportunity to explore the spectacular landscape and learn about the fascinating Indigenous history attached to the area, led by local Adnyamathanha guides, Reg and Auntie Enice.
Discover authentic Indigenous arts, history and culture while listening to Reg and Auntie Enice share the Dreaming Stories of their ancestors. Guests on tour have private access to the historic Oratunga Station in the Northern Flinders Ranges, and enjoy the opportunity to see ancient rock engravings, not assessable to the general public. Also available are Bush Camping or Shearers Quarters accommodation for the ultimate outback experience; join Reg and Auntie Enice around the camp fire as they share their stories and knowledge of the Flinders Ranges.
Wakarla Glass Gorge Tours operate with the principle aim to avoid environmental harm and minimise their impact, while maximising care for the environment and guest experience. They strive to continually improve their environmental performance, and regularly support local communities and organisations with established environmental programs and policies, like land management and catchment groups. The in depth interpretation offered on their tours educate guests to develop an appreciation and understanding of the Flinders Ranges and reduce their environmental footprint in sensitive bush areas.
Discover your adventurous spirit on popular walking trails around Wilpena Pound, watch as eagles soar overhead and spot the rare and threatened yellow footed rock wallabies hidden in rocky outcrops.
To find out more about Wakarla Glass Gorge Tours, visit their website.