Welcome to Moolooloo!

Moolooloo and Moorillah Stations are working sheep stations in the far north Flinders Ranges. We welcome tourists to come and enjoy this rugged and beautiful part of South Australia. The scenery is breathtaking with an abundance of wildlife to see. Spend your days bushwalking, enjoying the many 4WD experiences in the area, exploring the many historically significant sites in the region, visiting local towns and pubs, or just sitting and taking in the serenity. Evenings are usually spent around the fire. Bring an instrument, cook a BBQ, and admire the billions of stars that the Flinders will put on show for you.

We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, the Adnyamanthanha People, and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.


The Shearer's Quarters

Located on the banks of the beautiful Moolooloo Creek the Shearer’s Quarters can accommodate up to 23 people or just your family. All bookings are exclusive. Modern bathroom and toilet facilities plus large fully equipped kitchen and dining for large groups. Accessible by most vehicles, 4WD not required to get to the quarters but to explore the rest of the property 4WD vehicles essential. Dogs welcome but must remain outside and be controlled at all times. Horses also welcome (please arrange in advance)

Blinman Hut

This isolated hut is surrounded by hills on the creek bank and near Ferguson Gorge.
Perfectly located for bushwalking, exploring, relaxing and enjoying the spectacular scenery and wildlife. Contains kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Can sleep a few people inside but no beds or bedding provided so bring a camp bed or roll out your swag.People often camp around the hut and use it as a camp kitchen.

Dogs welcome but must be controlled at all times. 


Choose from one of our secluded camping spots. Some sites have toilet facilities. All sites are booked to only one group at a time. A great way to enjoy this spectacular part of the Flinders with friends or family.

Where Are We?

Moolooloo is nestled 20km NW of Blinman and 30km NE of Parachilna in the heart of the Flinders Ranges along Glass Gorge Road. So about a half hour drive from both towns.  It is approximately an hour North (70kms) of Wilpena Pound, an hour and a half North of Hawker and 6 hours (550kms) North of Adelaide.