Flinders Ranges Regional Map
The Flinders Ranges are a huge collection of mountain ranges and semi-desert, but they used to be a sea bed. Who says nothing happens in South Australia? They've been mountains for a while though - about half a billion years - so don't take your surfboard with you. Your 4x4 is highly recommended though, because there are some great tracks to explore. Along the way you'll see abandoned farms, spectacular limestone cliffs and a massive variety of native Australian wildlife. Have a look at the Ediacara Hills, which have a whole geological era named after them, and take in three national parks (all with loads of great 4x4 trails) and other conservation areas.
This high quality map of the Ranges is to 1:400,000 scale and features new digital mapping with GPS-surveyed roads and tracks. There are plenty GPS locations to keep you on course. The other side has maps of the Flinders, Gammon and Mount Remarkable National Parks as well as contact numbers, park facilities and campsite information.