5 RED HOT National Parks of South Australia – a Life In Australia Guest Post

Last Updated on April 15, 2019 by Red Nomad OZ

Flinders Ranges, South Australia
Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Many travellers don’t make time for South Australia on their Aussie travel itinerary because many of Australia’s best known attractions are further north.  AND in different states!

BUT … the wonderful National Parks of South Australia have superb natural attractions as well as wildlife, wildflowers, hiking trails, unusual features – and a lot less people!

That’s why I wrote my first guest post for Life in Australia showcasing FIVE of the best (in my opinion) National Parks of South Australia!

West Cape Lighthouse, Innes National Park
West Cape Lighthouse, Innes National Park

So what are you missing out on if you DON’T head south?

To find out TAKE THE LINK to my guest post on Life in Australia – Introduction to South Australia:  5 National Parks!

There’s information and photos about 5 TOP (in my opinion!) National Parks of South Australia including The Coorong, Flinders Ranges National Park, Innes National Park and Flinders Chase on Kangaroo Island – with sensational scenery and at least one world exclusive!

It’s a great follow on from my previous post:  10 BEST Travel Experiences in South Australia!

I’ll be a regular on Life in Australia – so watch out for more of my guest posts introducing the delights of Australia!

PS  These photos from the National Parks of South Australia I’ve been to are just a TEASER!

Murray Mouth, via Goolwa and Hindmarsh Island, South Australia
Murray Mouth, via Goolwa and Hindmarsh Island, South Australia
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    1. It’s quite unique, isn’t it Bob?! It’s not open to the general public as far as I know but it’d be a killer view from the top!! Actually, it’s a killer view from right underneath it too 😀

  1. Every state in Australia has it´s beautiful sites 🙂
    In ’95 the Hubs just started the wrong way and many parts along the coast look(ed) very European-like, which was disappointing for me expecting the RED (he´d been to Australia before for some tiny 3 weeks)!
    We had but 6 months and rushed aroud (and in a few times), the rush kept us from seeing the RED and cool stuff in NSW, SA…
    Grey Nomad, can´t wait for that 🙂

    1. You can’t expect to see everything on your first visit, Iris – or your second or third!! I’ve been living here for many years and I haven’t seen everything yet – so what hope do you have??!! Maybe we can be grey nomads together 😀

    1. I LOVE being an Aussie travel tease Eileen!!! There are LOTS of things to see in South Australia – and all those outdoor natural attractions have birds (feathered) as well 😀

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