A little over 2 ½ hours north of Adelaide, located in the Southern Flinders Ranges, Wirrabara is undoubtably an outdoors and foodie’s haven waiting to be explored!
Proudly home to the historic Wirrabara Forest and conservation park, the breath-taking Bluff Lookout, amazing Silo Art and wholesome Producers Market. There is something for everyone here!
Wirrabara gets its name from a combination of two words derived from the Kaurna language “wirra” and “birra” meaning gum trees and running water and in the local Nukunu language the name is “wira””parl” which translates to gum trees with honey and water.
We acknowledge this land as the traditional land of the Nukunu people, and we pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging.