Rawnsley Bluff View Point

Point Of Interest

5 from 5 users


Unnamed Road, Flinders Ranges SA 5434, South Australia



Amazing view point at the end of the 4.7 kilometre walking trail. There are some fantastic photo opportunities along the way. From the carpark the trail follows the creek bed for 600m before you begin climbing the foothills of the main range (Bonney Sandstone). The trail gradually steepens to a climb which brings you to Lone Pine Lookout. From here, the worst of the climb is over and the trail becomes less steep as you approach the summit. Right fork: Rawnsley Bluff 1.5km. Survey Cairn constructed by Samuel Parry 1858. View to the south and east overlooking Chace Range.

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Lat: -31.622971 Lng: 138.612685

User Reviews



Absolutely stunning views. Magnificent walk but you do need to be fit and have good knees. The first 4ks are a good warm up. The next 1.2 are fairly tough. Just take it easy and stop and admire the view. The last 1.9ks are a walk in the park. Definitely worth going to the wilpena lookout too



Not as difficult as St Mary's Peak outer path imo. Only one semi scrambling section. Rest is tame. Views are great. Make sure you do the pound view as well.


Stephen & Fiona

I have buggered knees, but that was not going to stop me. Well worth the pain with unreal views from the top.


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