Welcome to Moolooloo! The best-kept secret in the Flinders Ranges.
Moolooloo Station is a working sheep station in the far northern Flinders Ranges. The property is 609 square kilometres in size, 60000 hectares. While our main focus is the production of Merino wool, we welcome tourists to come and enjoy this rugged and beautiful part of South Australia. The scenery is breathtaking with an abundance of wildlife to see. Spend your days bushwalking, enjoying the many 4WD experiences in the area, exploring the many historically significant sites in the region, visiting local towns and pubs, or just sitting and taking in the serenity. Evenings are usually spent around the fire. Bring an instrument, cook a BBQ, and admire the billions of stars that the Flinders will put on show for you. A visit to Moolooloo is a unique outback experience you will never forget. All locations are remote and exclusively booked to one group at a time so you can unwind, explore and get away from it all.
We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, the Adnyamanthanha People, and pay respect to Elders past, present, and emerging.
Where Are We?
Moolooloo is nestled 20km NW of Blinman and 30km NE of Parachilna in the heart of the Flinders Ranges along Glass Gorge Road. So about a half hour drive from both towns. It is approximately an hour North (70kms) of Wilpena Pound, an hour and a half North of Hawker and 6 hours (550kms) North of Adelaide.
What People Say About Us
My daughter and I recently stayed in the remote Hannigan's Camp. Such a beautiful spot to camp and relax, Ferguson Gorge hike was stunning and both lookouts were great views.
All the staff and owners were very helpful, friendly and caring people. Thank you so much for a great stay we will be back again someday.