Kanyaka Ruins & Cemetery
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Emanpee
Sydney, Australia2 731 bidrag
mai 2022
This is a brown direction sign on the highway you should not ignore. Short, less than kilometre gravel road, to wonderful homestead ruins. Plenty of information panels to allow an appreciation of the history and hardship of these pioneers. Free to savour and likely have the place to yourself.
Skrevet 25. mai 2022
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Jane A
Adelaide, Australia32 bidrag
aug. 2021
an amazing place filled with many memories of a tough time on the land
When looking at the ruins you can imagine how they would have lived and realise the size of the homestead.
Don't forget to drive up and over the hill to the ruins of the woolshed - incredible !
Skrevet 24. september 2021
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Paul E
Adelaide, Australia253 bidrag
mai 2021
Lovely historical spot and the dirt road in is excellent for cars and vans. Great set up with a lot of history and great to stop for lunch or cuppa (byo of course) and well worth the time.
Skrevet 31. mai 2021
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CTMCtrip
Glenelg, Australia118 bidrag
sep. 2020
Substantial buildings now in ruins confirm the optimism of the pioneers such that the property ran 40,000 sheep. but after a few years of bumper seasons, 11 years of drought bankrupted the enterprise. 30-60 minutes is all that is required.
Skrevet 24. september 2020
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GClife
Gold Coast, Australia1 568 bidrag
aug. 2020 • Par
You can easily whizz past this settlement on your way to Flinders Ranges, look out for the turnoff after you leave Quorn. The remains of the small township, with crumbling stone cottages, evoke images of yesteryear And make for some great photos.
Skrevet 16. august 2020
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Alice J
23 bidrag
jul. 2020 • Familie
This was amazing! You drive up over the hill and this 200 year old homestead appears in it's full glory, like it was yesterday. It is massive and in such good condition, this wealthy landowner Phillips had it all happening there. I thought it was a hotel.
Then you drive a bit further down the valley and bam...theres the woolshed. It was huge with these great pillars like something from Roman times, but made with rocks and mortar, and a wee bit shorter.
A must see!
Skrevet 19. juli 2020
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Donna Clarkson
South Yarra, Australia7 bidrag
okt. 2019
Please stop and see this its amazing how it was put togerther and still standing. Hopefully they will get funding to fix a few of the buildings. The above photo doesnt do it justice.
How they lived in these times running large sheep stations and crops
Skrevet 6. november 2019
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Anita T
Forster, Australia11 741 bidrag
okt. 2019
These Kanyaka Ruins are huge and definitely worth visiting. The early settlers moved up here with so much optimism to build a great life and empire. This all worked while there was rain and good seasons but trying to farm in a marginal desert area comes to a very bad end.
We walked around the ruins imagining what life must have been like all those years ago. so much work in building this homestead. Don't forget to drive along the track a bit more and you will arrive at the massive stone shearing shed ruins and shearers quarters ruins.
From here you can walk along the creek to the permanent waterhole, Death Rock and the place where there was a rock lime kiln. We didn't actually walk this track as we had already stopped along the Flinders Ranges Way and walked the short distance down to these sites.
Skrevet 31. oktober 2019
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DAVIDE_ROSSONERO
Milano, Italia1 556 bidrag
aug. 2019 • Par
In realta' non resta molto di questo antico villaggio; case diroccate a finco di una strada sterrata. Direi che se si passa di qua ci si puo' anche andare per una veloce visita.
Skrevet 8. august 2019
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Peter E
Adelaide, Australia30 bidrag
apr. 2019 • Venner
A few years back I went to Kanyaka Ruins in the Flinders Ranges in SA with my two grandsons and I knew instantly I had to come back and show my wife and my international students this stark reminder of climate change more than a century and a half ago when plentiful rains and water filled all the creeks and water holes in this "lush" part of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia which gave great hope and inspiration to the early settlers. One man from a very distinguished family in England (his father was an admiral who fought with Nelson) poured huge amounts of money into this amazing country when he saw it at its best. Then the drought struck and all the effort had been in vain. My suggestion to anyone planning to visit this area is do some research before you get there so that you can understand the enormity of the station, venture and loss. The international students I took where were transfixed by the vastness of everything including the financial ruin (one is a Masters student in finance !)

Do go there! Don't forget your camera and do some light research before you go there and it will be even more fascinating
Skrevet 29. april 2019
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