Arid > Gammon Ranges
The Gammon Ranges are located in the far North of South Australia. The area consists of deep gorges, rocky plains, steep mountains and stony rivers.
The Gammon Ranges National Park is situated approximately 750 kilometres (476 miles) north of Adelaide. The park is 128,228 hectares (9,294,370 acres), extending to the shore of Lake Frome. At the northern tip is Arkaroola tourist resort and wildlife sanctuary and at the South, Nepabunna aboriginal Community. The Park Headquarters are at Balcanoona homestead.
The images in the locations showcase are indicative of the locations available in South Australia and to the best of its knowledge the SAFC has included areas in which commercial filming and/or still photography are allowed. The SAFC suggests that further queries regarding specific locations and any conditions related to use should be directed to the Film Services Manager who will then pass the enquiry onto South Australian based location managers who remain the most comprehensive source of information regarding locations, logistical and access information.