• Nestled in the Flinders Ranges, surrounded by park lands and the Willochra Plain spreading eastward, it is easy to see why Wilmington was first known as 'Beautiful Valley' by the pioneers who settled in the region during the mid 1850s. The town lies just a few kilometres from Mount Remarkable National Park. Entrance to the park is gained via nearby spectacular Alligator Gorge, where unusual rock formations and sparkling mountain pools can be seen. Steps enable visitors to get down to the bottom of the gorge, where in some places, the walls are only two metres apart. The water-worn rock

  • Wilmington Hertitage Walk
    Wilmington Hertitage Walk

    Follow the Wilmington Heritage Walk, a trail that gives you a chance to take a

  • Sansouci Puppet Museum and Gallery
    Sansouci Puppet Museum and Gallery

    Relive your childhood memories at the Sansouci Puppet Museum and Gallery at Wilmington in the

  • Hancocks Lookout
    Hancocks Lookout

    A spectacular view of Spencers Gulf and the Port Augusta area can be seen from

  • Horrocks Pass
    Horrocks Pass

    Just west of Wilmington on the road to Port Augusta lies Horrocks Pass. The pass

  • Alligator Gorge
    Alligator Gorge

    Alligator Gorge within Mount Remarkable National Park is the premier natural attraction in the Southern

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