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.
On our travels, we will experience some great hospitality at remote properties. We’ll meet and stay with the station owners who live and work in the outback and be taken into their world, enjoying home-cooked meals and relaxing at the end of the day as the sun sets over panoramic vistas that no photo will be able to capture.
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. Along the way, we will visit national parks and nature reserves, and go on a number of walks.
We also visit 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. Sit back, relax and take in the enormity of our Australian outback horizons while staying in unique accommodation ranging from oasis-like homesteads and swags around the campfire, to renovated farm workers quarters.
A reasonable level of fitness is required for this tour. We will go on a number of hikes (maximum 20-25 km in a day) and be travelling over some rough roads. We overnight camp for one night at Moble Station where we’ll sleep in swags around the fire, but there will be plumbed amenities with hot showers and flushing toilets.
- View Australia’s largest dinosaur skeleton at the Eromanga Natural History Museum
- Explore majestic desert landscapes and remote outback towns
- Enjoy a BBQ from the top of Mt Oxley at sunrise
- Visit the tiny goldfield towns of Tibooburra and Milparinka
- Walk the Heritage Trail to Monks Lookout at Broken Hill
- Sleep under the stars at Moble Station
- Discover Aboriginal history, including well-preserved rock art at Gundabooka National Park
- Encounter soaring wedge-tailed eagles, flocks of corellas, and emus on the road
- Meet and stay with outback station owners
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- Tours depart with a minimum of 4 clients
- No more than 6 clients on any trip
- Tour starts and ends in Broken Hill
- Tour cost excludes domestic flights and train travel
- To book and reserve your place on a tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required