“Mount Wudinna is the one of the region’s biggest tourist drawcards – a trip to the district would not be complete without visiting this impressive natural rock formation.”
Like many of the bare granite hills in the district, it’s encompassed by low stone walls that catch and divert run-off water - these handmade channels were built by the early settlers and provided the only source of water for farms and the town for a number of years. Located 12km north-east of Wudinna, the reserve has walking trails, a barbecue shelter, picnic and toilet facilities.
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Mount Wudinna Recreational Reserve
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