If you are attending ATE in Adelaide this year, we would love to welcome you for a visit to the Flinders Ranges or a glass of vino in the Barossa Valley!
If you are planning to explore the wonderful South Australia pre or post the show, then get in touch with us about a visit to or stay at Rawnsley Park Station and/or the Barossa Shiraz Estate.
The two are perfectly combinable on a trip form Adelaide into the Aussie Outback.
Owned and managed by fourth generation locals Tony and Julieanne Smith, the team at Rawnsley Park Station ensures all guests experience authentic Outback hospitality. The accommodation is located over-looking the southern side of Wilpena Pound in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges.
Rawnsley Park’s luxury eco-villas are set on a private and secluded site with uninterrupted views of Wilpena Pound, yet within easy reach of the main facilities. Alternative accommodation includes holiday units, a caravan park and some of the best campsites you’ll find in the Flinders, as well as the newly completed Arkapena Homestead, complete with two bedrooms, a private pool and an alfresco entertaining area.
The station is also home to a licensed restaurant serving brilliant, internationalised Australian food, a swimming pool and a general store.
The Barossa Shiraz Estate was bought by the owners of Rawnsley Park in the second half of last year. Barossa Shiraz Estate offers luxury accommodation in a beautiful Barossa Valley location with sweeping views over vineyards and the Barossa ranges. Each luxury cottage is private and fully self-contained with elegant furnishings. Enjoy the rural setting yet minutes away from Lyndoch conveniences. Visit wineries close by and dine in a choice of fine restaurants within 2 km.
Having a property in the Barossa means we can now package a stay at Rawnsley Park Station with a visit to South Australia’s most famous wine region – something we think will be very popular with our guests!
For more information, please contact Jacquie on firstname.lastname@example.org