Mt. Caernarvon 4 Wheel Drive Track

Caernarvon Track is the highest self drive 4WD track in the Northern Flinders Ranges and located on The Bunkers Conservation Reserve.
The 4WD track takes you to the top of Mt Caernarvon (931m) and provides spectacular 360 degree views of the Flinders Ranges.
Four other lookouts provide far reaching views of The Bunkers Conservation Reserve and the surrounding countryside.

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 Our Guests are supplied with an informative guide that details;
  - Points of interest
  - Native animals of The Bunkers Conservation Reserve
  - Geological information
  - Vegetation of The Bunkers Conservation Reserve
  - Historic sites

The Caernarvon Track is on one of the most rugged sections of the Flinders Ranges.
  - Ascend and descend rugged mountain ranges
  - Discover scenic valleys and gorges
  - Cross through tree lined creeks

The Caernarvon Track is open all year, subject to weather conditions and availability.
Self-drive 4WD tour $60 per vehicle, plus camping fees (if required).
Please book via the bookings tab.
 

 Affiliated with The Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby Preservation Association.      www.yellowfoot.org

 

The Caernarvon Track is currently open.

 

 

 

 

 


 

   
       

The South Australian Tourism Commission through the SA Government is continuously monitoring and responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Before planning your trip, please click on the following link for the latest health and medical advice along with travel advice and border closures.

People undertaking the Caernarvon Track in their private vehicle with family and/or friends are required to comply with all SA Health restrictions. When collecting the key you will be required to scan our QR code or sign the manual attendance record, information is for contact tracing purposes only. Thank you for helping to keep our communities COVID safe.

   

Flinders Ranges & Outback Visitors Guide

‘Acknowledgement of Country’
The Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby Preservation Association,
acknowledges the Adnyamathanha people as the traditional custodians of country on which the Bunkers Conservation Reserve is located.
We pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land.
   
   
   
  30/08/2021