FLINDERS RANGES AND OUTBACK
SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S FLINDERS RANGES
and Outback is a frontier of far horizons and harsh beauty.
Like the rest of South Australia, this tourism region is no
stranger to showcasing the best of its local food and wine.
Indigenous Australians have known for thousands of years
about the bountiful harvest to be enjoyed in Outback South
Australia, and in the past decade dedicated chefs and tourism
operators have been bringing those ancient flavours to modern-day
The Flinders Ranges is famous for Flinders Feral Food - a
selection of national fare such as kangaroo, emu, yabbie,
quandongs, native limes and bush tomatoes.
The Prairie Hotel at Parachilna serves a range of dishes
that are a subtle blend of the Flinders Feral Food combined
with contemporary ingredients. The Cradock Hotel specializes
in local saltbush marino mutton, slow cooked in casseroles
or short-crusted sheppard's pies as well as fresh or pickled
yabbies, Quorn pistachios and local quandongs.