Caernarvon Track

Wirrealpa Road
Flinders Ranges, South Australia, 5434

About Caernarvon Track

Caernarvon Track is the highest 4WD self-drive in the Flinders Ranges.

The track is located on The Bunkers Conservation Reserve in the Northern Flinders Ranges and takes you to the summit of Mount Caernarvon (921 metres), providing spectacular 360 degree views of the Flinders Ranges and far beyond.

The Bunkers Conservation Reserve is situated within the traditional lands of the Adnyamathanha Aboriginal people.

Established in 2001 by the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby Preservation Association (YFRWPA), the Bunkers Conservation Reserve borders the north eastern side of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park and takes in some of the most rugged country of the Flinders Ranges, including Loves Mine Range, The Bunkers Range and Mount Caernarvon.

The Caernarvon Track provides drivers with breathtaking ascents and descents, scenic valleys, gorges and tree lined creeks while experiencing the diverse fauna, flora and geological features unique to the Ikara-Flinders Ranges.

The charter of the YFRWPA is the protection of the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby and to further protect the environment for future generations.

All proceeds from the Caernarvon Track support the ongoing conservation programs associated with the YFRWPA.

Open daily subject to the weather.


from $ 60 up to $ 60

Per vehicle



Where to find Caernarvon Track

Wirrealpa Road
Flinders Ranges, South Australia, 5434