The Southern Flinders Ranges emerged as a wine growing region in the past two decades of the 20th century. The region is a natural north-western extension of the Clare Valley, with which it shares many geological factors. It has a climate that can be described as warm, with most vineyards requiring irrigation from underground sources. The soil is fertile and quite suitable for viticulture.
It’s an exciting playground for outdoor adventures and at the end of an action-packed day, visitors will be tempted by the wine and food flavours in the region. The Southern Flinders Ranges has been overwhelmingly a red wine area, with Shiraz being the main wine produced.