Bendleby Ranges is an award winning, ecologically sustainable adventure tourism destination, three and a half hours’ drive from Adelaide. Bendleby Ranges is suitable for everyone: campers, bush walking groups, photographers, flora and fauna groups, orienteering and four-wheel drive clubs, school camps, mountain bike riders, and families. Firewood is provided at campsites and accommodation, and there is a rubbish collection, can and bottle recycling area.
An easy three and a half hours’ drive from Adelaide is the Bendleby Ranges – an adventure tourism destination located on a working station in the Flinders Ranges. An unspoilt natural environment with breathtaking views awaits, and you can make the most of the remote campsites nestled amongst gum-lined creeks and set into the hills of the Bendleby Ranges. Or if you’d rather more creature comforts, a range of accommodation options are available too.
While you’re visiting the Bendleby Ranges, you’ll want to take in some of the bush walking tracks, perhaps do some mountain biking or bird watching. Here it’s all about nature; panoramic views from the two rugged mountain ranges will delight your senses, with views towards Lake Frome, Wilpena Pound and the surrounding country side.
However if you’re out for some 4Wdriving, there are many 4WD tracks to keep you busy for more than a couple of days, ranging from beginner tracks to very challenging. Terrain varies from hills to plains with excellent views towards Lake Frome and Wilpena Pound. And of course, there’s the infamous Ridge Top and Billy Goat Ridge tracks which are only for the serious 4WDrivers with non-stop rock ledges, stone steps, holes after holes, and a decent climb.
The trip to Bendleby Ranges is one for the bucket-list, and you’ll definitely want to take a camera to record the ambience of this awesome destination.
Find out more here: https://www.bendlebyranges.com.au/