Soaring from the north of Spencer Gulf and expanding to some 800 kilometers, the Flinders Ranges lies on the east of South Australia. The Flinders Ranges that bonds the Gulf of St. Vincent to the Outback of Australia is a place of enormous attractiveness. The place is semi-desert and insensitive yet it is outstandingly gorgeous. Additional to the spiritualist splendor of the nature the thought of gazing at the sky during nights that is filled with sparking stars is a flawless idea. Quorn which is often accredited as the ‘Gateway to the Flinders' is a stunning settlement that houses a vintage tram hauled by a steam motorized locomotive.