• From $2,850

    Mudgee and the NSW Central West | December 2021

    Date:  5  – 10 December 2021  TOUR FULL

    Mudgee is one of the main towns in the NSW Central West region and is well known for its historical buildings, vineyards, and food culture. However, while the town itself is a wonderful place to visit, the entire region has much to offer, and using Mudgee as a base is an ideal hub for daily trips in different directions. You’ll picnic beside an olive grove and learn about the olive oil extraction process. Your hosted tour will take in the best the region has to offer including outstanding accommodation, wonderful walks, visits to family-owned vineyards, and short trips to surrounding towns.

  • From $6,590

    Tasmania’s Best with Maria and Bruny Islands | February 2022

    Date:  26 February – 10 March 2022

    TOUR FULL

    The island of Tasmania is renowned for its pristine wilderness, abundant wildlife, gourmet food and wine, and friendly locals. Our 12-day tour gives you Tasmania’s best: walking amidst the natural beauty of Cradle Mountain and Freycinet National Parks, stepping into the wild at Gordon River and Maria Island; exploring the rich convict history of Port Arthur, and indulging your taste buds around Hobart and Bruny Island.

  • From $6,950

    Great Ocean Road and Kangaroo Island | February 2022

    Date:  18 February – 2 March 2022

    Following the Great Ocean Road is an experience that encapsulates all our great country has to offer. Beginning in Melbourne and ending in Adelaide, you will journey west along the ocean road, taking in some of Victoria and South Australia’s most iconic and spectacular coastal scenery. Along the way, you will visit heritage sites, gorges, sinkholes, National Parks, wine-growing regions, and seaside villages. There will be extraordinary wildlife encounters and plentiful gourmet offerings.

  • From $6,590 Emu sighting in Flinders Ranges, South Australia

    Best of South Australia | March 2022

    Date:  24 March  – 4 April 2022

    Our tour into South Australia is designed to give you an insight into some of the best the state has to offer, great wines, rugged sparsely populated coastlines, and huge outback vistas. This tour has been crafted to allow you to enjoy the hidden gems of South Australia, small and unique accommodation properties, some great restaurants, and boutique wineries. Along the way, we will take short walks through the National Parks and guided tours at historical locations, wineries, and off-road wilderness areas. Tour departs from Adelaide.

  • From $6,495 Mount Cook New Zealand

    New Zealand’s South Island Tours & Travel | March 2022

    Date:  8 – 19 March 2022

    5 PLACES AVAILABLE

    New Zealand’s South Island hosts one of the world’s purest natural landscapes: from wildlife to wineries, glacial valleys to star-filled skies, the South Island has it all. After indulging in the world-class food and wine, we’ll walk it off in magnificent National Parks and wilderness areas. The laid back, friendly atmosphere in Queenstown and Christchurch is a reflection of the South Island culture. But beyond the cities is where this island shines: we’ll take you through the best of the South Island’s stunning landscapes from remote Doubtful Sound to alpine hiking at Mount Cook, to a helicopter ride across the glaciers of the West Coast.

  • From $5,395 Panoaramic view of Auckland New Zealand

    New Zealand’s North Island Tours & Travel | March 2022

    Date:  20 – 29 March 2022

    Blessed with stunning nature, diverse landscapes, excellent food and wine and good-natured locals. New Zealand has the things we travel far and wide for, and yet is only a few hours away. Our 10 day North Island tour will take you through a mix of highlights, and unique local experiences that showcase the culture and cuisine of New Zealand. You’ll encounter an array of landscapes: lush, green rolling hills; beautiful golden sand beaches, tumbling waterfalls, geothermal valleys filled with bubbling mud and sulphuric lakes, magnificent mountains and cosy, laid-back beach towns.

  • From $2,690

    The Sapphire Coast | March 2022

    Date:  7 – 13 March 2022

    The Sapphire Coast remains a relatively undiscovered treasure. It has heritage-listed towns, national parks, and intriguing museums, pristine white beaches, panoramic landscapes, and fabulous local cuisine, especially the award-winning local seafood. On this newly developed 6-day tour, you’ll be taken to many of the highlights the region has to offer — Bermagui, Tilba, Merimbula, Eden, Tathra, and Pambula, to name a few. The tour includes some sensational meals, comfortable accommodation, and entrance fees to the listed sights.

  • From $4,980 Campfire in the Simpson

    Adelaide to the Alice – Simpson Desert Expedition | April 2022

    Date:  27 April – 9 May 2022
    TOUR FULL – WAITLIST ONLY
    September 2022 places available

    The deserts of the Lake Eyre basin are unlike any other in Australia. The sediments that flow down the great river systems of the Diamantina and Cooper are raised by the wind and dumped into vast longitudinal sand dunes. They hold less vegetation than the Western Deserts, interspersed with salt lakes, claypans, and spinifex. Amid all this beauty is one of the toughest 4WD challenges on the planet. We’ll travel the historic Birdsville Track, explore lesser-known gorges in the Flinders Ranges, and trek north from Dalhousie to the historic Old Andado Station.

  • From $6,590 Flinders Ranges in South Australia

    Best of South Australia | April 2022

    Date:  7 – 18 April 2022

    Our tour into South Australia is designed to give you an insight into some of the best the state has to offer, great wines, rugged sparsely populated coastlines, and huge outback vistas. This tour has been crafted to allow you to enjoy the hidden gems of South Australia, small and unique accommodation properties, some great restaurants, and boutique wineries. Along the way, we will take short walks through the National Parks and guided tours at historical locations, wineries, and off-road wilderness areas. Tour departs from Adelaide.

  • From $6,590

    The Great Rivers | April 2022

    Date:  25 April – 8 May 2022

    1 PLACE AVAILABLE

    Follow the path of our most significant river systems staying at outback sheep and cattle stations, historic buildings, and modern resorts. Hike in Gundabooka National Park to see the Aboriginal rock art and wildlife, with visits to Broken Hill, Langhorne Creek, and the McLaren Vale wine region for food and wine. You will visit historic townships and conservation areas, ride on a range of river craft including Australia’s oldest wood-fired paddle steamer, and sleep in a luxury houseboat on our Great Rivers tour. Tour departs from Sydney.

  • From $8,780 Kakadu's Anbangbang Billabong, Northern Territory

    Kakadu, Arnhem Land and the Tiwi Islands | April 2022

    Date:  30 April – 9 May 2022

    2 PLACES AVAILABLE

    Our 10 day Kakadu, Arnhem Land, and Tiwi Islands itinerary is a captivating mix of epic landscapes and warm cultural experiences. Experience the changing colours of the Katherine Gorge and the prolific wildlife of the iconic Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks. Visit local indigenous communities in both Arnhem Land and the Tiwi Islands, learning about their unique culture and history. The Top End is a world apart from the rest of Australia – come and feel its wonder first hand.

  • From $6,950

    Outback NSW – Station Stays and the Darling River | May 2022

    Date:  16 – 29 May 2022

    On our tour of regional NSW, visit historic homesteads, award-winning gardens, and meet some remarkable outback hosts. You’ll get an insight into daily life on a working property, take guided tours revealing the history and natural environment, enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, and visit World Heritage areas. Encounter Australian wildlife almost daily including kangaroos, emus, echidnas, and a colourful range of spectacular birds. Our tour departs from Griffith.

  • From $2,850

    Mudgee and the NSW Central West | May 2022

    Date:  22 – 27 May 2022

    Mudgee is one of the main towns in the NSW Central West region and is well known for its historical buildings, vineyards, and food culture. However, while the town itself is a wonderful place to visit, the entire region has much to offer, and using Mudgee as a base is an ideal hub for daily trips in different directions. You’ll picnic beside an olive grove and learn about the olive oil extraction process. Your hosted tour will take in the best the region has to offer including outstanding accommodation, wonderful walks, visits to family-owned vineyards, and short trips to surrounding towns.

  • From $7,590

    Queensland Corner Country and Outback NSW | June 2022

    Date:  19 June – 2 July 2022

    Our Queensland Corner Country and Outback NSW tour will have a focus on walks, wildlife, history, nature, and landscapes, with stays at extraordinary outback properties. Our tour includes an overnight hike and camping around an open fire on the banks of Bannerman Waterhole at Moble Station in remote South West Queensland. We’ll have talks and meals with station owners and even a dinner with the dinosaurs. We also visit national parks, historic towns, monuments, pubs, and Australia’s largest dinosaur skeleton at the Eromanga Natural History Museum. Kangaroos, emus, and the majestic wedge-tail eagle top the wildlife list.

  • From $6,590

    The Great Rivers | June 2022

    Date:  1 – 14 June 2022

    Follow the path of our most significant river system while staying at outback sheep and cattle stations, historic buildings, and modern resorts. Major attractions include remarkable Mt Oxley, the abundant birdlife at Menindee Lakes, visiting Australia’s first biosphere reserve, the Morgan Conservation Park, the ochre cliffs of Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park, and the Coorong, recognised as a wetland of international significance. You will visit historic townships and conservation areas, ride on a range of river craft including Australia’s oldest wood-fired paddle steamer, and sleep in a luxury houseboat. Tour departs from Sydney.

  • From $6,900

    South Australia’s Three Peninsulas | 6 July 2022

    Date:  6 – 19 July 2022

    3 PLACES AVAILABLE

    Our tour of the three peninsulas of South Australia is designed to give you a greater understanding of everything this spectacular region has to offer. We begin by visiting the picturesque McLaren Vale with its outstanding wineries and distilleries. Next, head to the rugged and sparsely populated coastline of the Yorke Peninsula. Walks through beautiful National Parks, visit aquaculture farms and cruise the pristine beauty of Fowler Bay during the whale spotting season. Tour starts and ends in Adelaide.

  • From $6,900 Coffin Bay oyster farming in South Australia

    South Australia’s Three Peninsulas Tour | 24 July 2022

    Date:  24 July – 6 August 2022

    1 PLACE AVAILABLE

    Our tour of the three peninsulas of South Australia is designed to give you a greater understanding of everything this spectacular region has to offer. We begin by visiting the picturesque McLaren Vale with its outstanding wineries and distilleries. Next, head to the rugged and sparsely populated coastline of the Yorke Peninsula. Walks through beautiful National Parks, visit aquaculture farms and cruise the pristine beauty of Fowler Bay during the whale spotting season. Tour starts and ends in Adelaide.

  • From $8,980

    Broome to Broome – Kimberley Supported Camping | August 2022

    Date:  8 – 22 August 2022

    TOUR FULL – WAITLIST ONLY

    The Kimberley has become a must-see destination for many Australians. There are many reasons for this including its remoteness, stunning coastline, natural beauty, indigenous culture, colourful landscapes, and unique flora and fauna. The region is composed chiefly of sandstone, with patches of basalt, characterised by deep valleys and water catchments. The plateau is sparsely populated with just 35,000 people living in the entire region. Our assisted camping trip provides the opportunity of a lifetime. Grab your camera, sense of adventure, and join us.

  • From $6,590

    Western Australia’s South West Edge | August 2022

    Date:  30 August  – 8 September 2022

    The southwestern corner of Western Australia is a pocket of lush green forests, farmland, rivers, and an awe-inspiring coastline that sits in contrast to the stark landscapes of the rest of the state. Its fertile soils provide foodies with the best fresh produce and world-class wineries, while its waters are rich with marine life. A fascinating colonial history weaves its way through the charming towns along this itinerary. Our journey begins and ends in Perth, with our first stop in Pemberton, known for its excellent local produce, wineries and ancient cave systems formed thousands of years ago.

  • From $6,590 Eating at Woolshed Brewery Wikadene

    The Great Rivers | September 2022

    Date:  27 September – 10 October 2022

    Follow the path of our most significant river systems staying at outback sheep and cattle stations, historic buildings, and modern resorts. Hike in Gundabooka National Park to see the Aboriginal rock art and wildlife, with visits to Broken Hill, Langhorne Creek, and the McLaren Vale wine region for food and wine. You will visit historic townships and conservation areas, ride on a range of river craft including Australia’s oldest wood-fired paddle steamer, and sleep in a luxury houseboat on our Great Rivers tour. Tour departs from Sydney.

  • From $4,980 Campfire in the Simpson

    Adelaide to the Alice – Simpson Desert Expedition | September 2022

    Date:  4 – 19 September 2022

    The deserts of the Lake Eyre basin are unlike any other in Australia. The sediments that flow down the great river systems of the Diamantina and Cooper are raised by the wind and dumped into vast longitudinal sand dunes. They hold less vegetation than the Western Deserts, interspersed with salt lakes, claypans, and spinifex. Amid all this beauty is one of the toughest 4WD challenges on the planet. But this expedition is far more than just the Simpson Desert.
We’ll travel the historic Birdsville Track, explore lesser-known gorges in the Flinders Ranges, and trek north from Dalhousie to historic Old Andado Station.

  • From $8,780 Kakadu's Anbangbang Billabong, Northern Territory

    Kakadu, Arnhem Land and the Tiwi Islands | August 2022

    Date:  30 August – 8 September 2022

    ONE ROOM AVAILABLE

    Our 10 day Kakadu, Arnhem Land, and Tiwi Islands itinerary is a captivating mix of epic landscapes and warm cultural experiences. Experience the changing colours of the Katherine Gorge and the prolific wildlife of the iconic Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks. Visit local indigenous communities in both Arnhem Land and the Tiwi Islands, learning about their unique culture and history. The Top End is a world apart from the rest of Australia – come and feel its wonder first hand.

  • From $6,590 Flinders Ranges in South Australia

    Best of South Australia | September 2022

    Date:  12 September  – 23 September 2022

    Our tour into South Australia is designed to give you an insight into some of the best the state has to offer, great wines, rugged sparsely populated coastlines, and huge outback vistas. This tour has been crafted to allow you to enjoy the hidden gems of South Australia, small and unique accommodation properties, some great restaurants, and boutique wineries. Along the way, we will take short walks through the National Parks and guided tours at historical locations, wineries, and off-road wilderness areas. Tour departs from Adelaide.

  • From $6,590 Cradle Mountain National in Tasmania

    Tasmania’s Best with Maria and Bruny Islands | September 2022

    Date:  24  September – 6 October 2022

    The island of Tasmania is renowned for its pristine wilderness, abundant wildlife, gourmet food and wine, and friendly locals. Our 12-day tour gives you Tasmania’s best: walking amidst the natural beauty of Cradle Mountain and Freycinet National Parks, stepping into the wild at Gordon River and Maria Island; exploring the rich convict history of Port Arthur, and indulging your taste buds around Hobart and Bruny Island.

  • From $2,690

    The Sapphire Coast of NSW | October 2022

    Date:  24 – 30 October 2022

    The Sapphire Coast remains a relatively undiscovered treasure. It has heritage-listed towns, national parks, and intriguing museums, pristine white beaches, panoramic landscapes, and fabulous local cuisine, especially the award-winning local seafood. On this newly developed 6-day tour, you’ll be taken to many of the highlights the region has to offer — Bermagui, Tilba, Merimbula, Eden, Tathra, and Pambula, to name a few. The tour includes some sensational meals, comfortable accommodation, and entrance fees to the listed sights including whale watching.

  • From $6,950

    Outback NSW – Station Stays and the Darling River | October 2022

    Date:  17 October – 1 November 2022

    On our tour of regional NSW, visit historic homesteads, award-winning gardens, and meet some remarkable outback hosts. You’ll get an insight into daily life on a working property, take guided tours revealing the history and natural environment, enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, and visit World Heritage areas. Encounter Australian wildlife almost daily including kangaroos, emus, echidnas, and a colourful range of spectacular birds. Our tour departs from Broken Hill.

  • From $6,590

    The Great Rivers | November 2022

    Date:  16 – 29 November 2022

    TOUR FULL

    Follow the path of our most significant river systems staying at outback sheep and cattle stations, historic buildings, and modern resorts. Hike in Gundabooka National Park to see the Aboriginal rock art and wildlife, with visits to Broken Hill, Langhorne Creek, and the McLaren Vale wine region for food and wine. You will visit historic townships and conservation areas, ride on a range of river craft including Australia’s oldest wood-fired paddle steamer, and sleep in a luxury houseboat on our Great Rivers tour. Tour departs from Sydney.

  • From $7,590

    Nuyts Archipelago and the Eyre West Coast | December 2022

    Date:  7 – 17 December 2022

    Our journey around the Eyre begins in Port Lincoln and stretches to Ceduna, from where we embark on a supported expedition to the protected Nuyts Archipelago Conservation Park. The Park is a marine conservation area located 25 kilometres southeast of Ceduna. The land first received protected status as a fauna conservation reserve proclaimed 16th March 1967. Our remote island-hopping adventure will have us stepping onto footprint-free beaches and observing foreshores with a plethora of wildlife. Tour starts and ends in Port Lincoln.

  • From $5,800 Panoaramic view of Auckland New Zealand

    New Zealand’s North Island Tours & Travel | October 2022

    Date:  14 – 23 October 2022

    Blessed with stunning nature, diverse landscapes, excellent food and wine, and good-natured locals. New Zealand has the things we travel far and wide for, and yet is only a few hours away. Our 10 day North Island tour will take you through a mix of highlights, and unique local experiences that showcase the culture and cuisine of New Zealand. You’ll encounter an array of landscapes: lush, green rolling hills; beautiful golden sand beaches, tumbling waterfalls, geothermal valleys filled with bubbling mud and sulphuric lakes, magnificent mountains and cosy, laid-back beach towns.

  • From $6,980 Mount Cook New Zealand

    New Zealand’s South Island Tours & Travel | October 2022

    Date:  24 October – 4 November 2022

    New Zealand’s South Island hosts one of the world’s purest natural landscapes: from wildlife to wineries, glacial valleys to star-filled skies, the South Island has it all. After indulging in the world-class food and wine, we’ll walk it off in magnificent National Parks and wilderness areas. The laid-back, friendly atmosphere in Queenstown and Christchurch is a reflection of the South Island culture. But beyond the cities is where this island shines: we’ll take you through the best of the South Island’s stunning landscapes from remote Doubtful Sound to alpine hiking at Mount Cook, to a helicopter ride across the glaciers of the West Coast.