Fun Facts • Wudinna is pronounced Wood-Nah! • Everyone waves, so be a part of it. It’s fun being friendly, and you’ll feel like a local in no time. • It can get hot, so don’t forget your water, some sunscreen and a hat… and let the kids burn off some energy on the jumping pillow, frolic on the splashpad, do a few laps on the pump track or take a dip and dive at the pool. Yes, we can still dive in Wudinna. • Mount Wudinna is Australia’s second- largest monolith after Uluru. The large rock can be easily climbed. Go do it. Take a picnic. Take a camera. Enjoy! MORE WONDERFUL THINGS TO DO • Check out Apex Park, with the pump track, splash pad, jumping pillow and playground. The lush green lawns are a great place for a picnic. • Get to know the locals over a meal at the local Community Club (seasonal). • Get up early and explore Wudinna’s walking loops that start outside of the Memorial Hall. Brochures are available from the Wudinna Visitor Information Centre. • Head out to Ucontitchie Hill, a spectacular granite outcrop of international significance, approximately 32 km southwest of Wudinna. • A photographer’s and sculptor’s heaven, Ucontitchie Hill exhibits many well-developed and well-defined wave structures and forms as a result of chemical weathering processes. Access is free and visitors are welcome, but please leave gates as you find them. • Take one of the fantastic scenic drives. See pages 18–20. • Get off the beaten track with a visit to out-of- the-way landmarks, including Corrobinnie Hill or Peela Rock (via the Wudinna to Kimba scenic route into the Gawler Ranges). 4WD only. • Check out what is for sale at the art shop next to the Memorial Hall. Wudinna/Polda Rock Bike and Walking Track wudinna.sa.gov.au 5