The Gawler Ranges at the top of the Eyre Peninsula are a spectacular wilderness area of unspoiled beauty. Vast domes of volcanic rock display a vivid array of color against the pure white of the many salt lakes in the area, including Lake Gairdner. The Ranges are renowned for their display of wildflowers in the spring, and some 140 species of birds have been recorded. Also found in the Ranges are the Red and Western Grey Kangaroo, Euro, Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat, Pygmy Possum and Hopping Mouse. Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris combine a tour of this region with the Baird Bay swimming experience with the Australian Sea Lions and Dolphins.
Touring with Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris includes a stay Kangaluna Camp, which are luxury safari tents set in the stunning mallee wilderness region. Not far from the camp , volcanic rock formations can be seen, which are 1600 million years old. The stargazing in this area mesmerizing, providing one of the best opportunities to see the Milky Way.
|Season:||Temperature Range (Celsius)||Seasonal Comments|
|Spring||12º C to 27º C|
|Summer||19º C to 33º C|
|Fall||11º C to 25º C|
|Winter||4º C to 18º C|