Captain Matthew Flinders sailed his ship the 'Investigator' on his voyage of discovery along the coastline of Spencer Gulf during February/March 1802, where he observed an imposing range of mountains later to be named the Flinders Ranges.
The property of 'Bartagunyah' (meaning home of the Bardy Grubs) was named by the Nukunu Aboriginals and is nestled at the Southern end of Mt Remarkable just 5km from Melrose, the oldest town in the Flinders Ranges.
Traditionally a pastoral property producing wool and prime lamb, Bartagunyah has diversified and is now better known to visitors for its quality wines and abundance of activities available on the property. These activities include wine tasting, four wheel driving, camping or self contained accommodation, and mountain biking to name just a few...
Why not take a drive and start you very own voyage of discovery at Bartagunyah!