Mount Remarkable National Park – a ranger’s perspective

Mount Remarkable National Park – a ranger’s perspective

Sit back, relax and trans­port your­self to anoth­er world with this footage of the South­ern Flinders Ranges.

South Aus­tralia has been named one of the top regions to vis­it in 2017 by trav­el pub­lish­er Lone­ly Plan­et. Not to men­tion being described as the state that deliv­ers the most authen­tic Aus­tralia’ expe­ri­ence.

So why not check out what SA’s most authen­tic nat­ur­al spaces have to offer? From beau­ti­ful nation­al parks to amaz­ing coast­lines there’s plen­ty of places to sink your teeth into.

Mount Remark­able Nation­al Park is just one of hun­dreds of land­scapes that fit the bill.

Locat­ed in SA’s South­ern Flinders Ranges and home to dra­mat­ic gorges, pic­ture-per­fect ranges and scenic cliff-top views, Mount Remark­able is breath­tak­ing in every sense of the word.

There’s no bet­ter per­son to take you on a guid­ed tour of the park than ranger of 12 years, Rus­sell Mar­tin. Check out the video below to get a true taste of this bush­land paradise.

Mount Remark­able Nation­al Park is fea­tured as Nation­al Parks SA andNature Play SAs Park of the Month for June.

Main image – The Nar­rows, Alli­ga­tor Gorge (image cour­tesy of Jason Tyn­dall, Nature Play South Australia)

This sto­ry was orig­i­nal­ly post­ed in Novem­ber 2016.

This con­tent was pro­duced in part­ner­ship with  Good Living