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2021 Photography Weekends Dates Announced

We are excited that our 2021 Photography Workshop Weekends will again be led by professional photographer Steve Huddy. Steve was formerly a Canon Collective ambassador and has years of experience behind him.   

Workshop dates are 9~11 April, 4~6 June, 6~8 August, and 3~5 September 2021. The workshop is only $395 …

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$200,000 Grant for Wilpena Pound Resort

A $200,000 State Government grant, has paved the way for Wilpena Pound Resort in South Australia, to undertake a capital works project to develop new cooking facilities for the Ikara Safari Camp and the Wilpena Pound Campground. The $2 million Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures Program is a …

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Launch of flights from Adelaide to Wilpena Pound Resort

First flights to Flinders Ranges from Adelaide

Make a weekend of it at Wilpena Pound Resort and Ikara Safari Camp with the first-ever launch of Scenic Flight Transfers from Adelaide, bringing the Flinders Ranges National Park just that little bit closer.

Wilpena Pound Resort is the only accommodation in the …

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New Ikara Safari Camp Opens

NEW IKARA SAFARI CAMP OPENS AT WILPENA POUND RESORT

A new stylish “glamping” option - Ikara Safari Camp (www.ikarasafaricamp.com.au) - has opened at Wilpena Pound Resort.  Ikara is the name used by the Adnyamathanha traditional owners for Wilpena Pound meaning “meeting place”.

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Indigenous Tourism comes to Wilpena Pound Resort

(June 2012) The purchase of Wilpena Pound Resort through a joint venture of Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) and the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association (ATLA) signals an exciting new era for this iconic Australian property in the spectacular Flinders Ranges region of South Australia.

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Lake Eyre from the Air - Air Wilpena Offers "Flood Flights"

(April, 2011) Anthology, owners of Wilpena Pound Resort and Air Wilpena are giving Australians the opportunity to view one of nature’s rare moments from the best vantage point – 1,000 feet in the air - as Lake Eyre starts to fill with water for the third year in a row.

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