Located 540 km north of Adelaide in the Flinders Ranges, Beltana is a truly remarkable State Heritage listed town. located on the banks of the Warioota Creek, it is a picturesque place to visit.
Settlers began arriving in the area in the 1850s and 60s, and the town was surveyed in 1873. A significant number of the stone buildings remain. Beltana has interpretative signs that enable the visitor to understand the town and the significance of the town in the states development and for Adnyamathanha people.
There is a community park where a visitor can park their car, go for a walk around the town, have a picnic in the shelters by the creek with a free BBQ available.
All buildings in Beltana are privately owned and occupied and we have a permanent population of 30 and an active community of 55. The community has provided all these facilities for your enjoyment. You are welcome to walk around the town and read the interpretive signage. There are public toilets at the hall and mobile reception.
There are campsites at the hall with showers and toilets available that can be booked through Hipcamp. Or alternatively you can leave a donation All of these facilities are community owned an operated by the Beltana Progress Association.
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