For an authentic taste of Outback South Australia look no further than Angorichina Station, a 64,000-hectare sheep farm in the Flinders Ranges.
The Fargher family, which has lived here for four generations, has transformed their historic stone homestead into a luxurious Outback getaway, complete with tastefully decorated guest rooms delicious home-cooked meals. The property can accommodate a maximum of only eight people.
Guests can experience the day-to-day life on a traditional Australian sheep station or book one of many guided tours on offer – these include 4WD adventures, scenic flights, bushwalking expeditions and wildlife spotting. Kangaroos, euros, wallabies, emus and eagles can all be seen on the property.
The owners suggest that guests spend at least three nights at the station to get the most out their visit to this ancient and beguiling landscape – but a couple more nights would be ideal.
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