Warraweena Accommodation

Attractions

The spectacular scenery of Warraweena attracts visitors from all over the world. Wildlife is abundant and with luck you will see the rare yellow-footed rock-wallaby. History buffs can explore the Sliding Rock mine site and the remains of the old township. Those who just want to experience a taste of outback wilderness will be well rewarded.

The track into the park headquarters at the homestead is suitable for all vehicles but 4WD is necessary beyond there. Day visitors can easily find a beautiful and secluded spot for a picnic within a short walk or drive from the homestead. There are several self-guided 4WD tracks, some suitable for less-experienced drivers but others suitable only for very skilled drivers wanting to test themselves and their vehicles. There are ample opportunities for bush-walkers and the fit can tackle the ascent to the summit of Mt Hack which affords a 360 degree view that takes in Lake Frome to the east and Lake Torrens to the west.

Facilities

The park offers a variety of self-catering accommodation for visitors: the Old Homestead; the Shearer's Quarters; several remote shepherd's huts and many secluded bush camp sites.

Further information

For more information go to
www.warraweena.com
or telephone 08 8675 2770.