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We're so passionate about the Australian outback that we wanted to share its breathtaking beauty and rich cultural heritage. An Outback Spirit tour is not just another bus tour but a fascinating small group adventure to the Australian outback and beyond.

  • Cape York Wilderness Adventure

    Cape York Wilderness Adventure 12 days / 11 nights Longreach & Outback Queensland Spectacular 15d/14n East Coast Island Escape 12 days / 11 nights This is where the legend of the stockman started, where QANTAS was born and pioneers literally carved their way into history. Even today, most of 'The Cape' remains accessible only by four-wheel drive vehicles. Explore the majestic landscape that inspired the lyrics to some of Banjo Paterson's iconic ballads, which resonate with all Australians. Discover the oldest rainforest on earth and learn about the pioneering years through innovative museums, attractions and exhibitions. Discover the essence of the Outback and its people, woven into the rich tapestry that is 'Matilda country'. The East Coast on the other hand is a complete contrast. It's home to pristine tropical islands including Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world. To the north, in the magnificent Whitsundays lies Hayman Island. Consistently honoured with local and international awards, it's acknowledged as an Australian tourism icon. The tropical outback regions of Cape York offer a unique touring experience enveloped in the most magnificent and varied landscape that you could imagine. The 4WD journey to 'the tip' is an adventure of a lifetime. So join Outback Spirit Tours on a journey to experience the heritage and cultural history that has shaped Australia.

  • Central Australia Explorer

    Central Australian Explorer 15 days / 14 nights. In the early 1860's two expedition teams set out to cross the Australian Continent from South to North. In 1860 Burke and Wills departed Melbourne to explore the unmapped and unknown interior, arriving on the shores of the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1861. In that same year, John McDouall Stuart set off from Adelaide to cross the continent, arriving at the northern coastline east of Darwin in 1862. The story of these brave explorers is fascinating. It's even more so when you can follow in their footsteps and imagine what it would have been like all those years ago. With these 2 trips, that's exactly what you can do. We'll follow parts of their legendary expeditions, but we'll also divert off the explorer trail to show you some of the highlights, some of which you may not have even heard of. For example the Lost City near Cape Crawford, where you'll take an incredible half day tour into this hidden treasure by helicopter. Of course we'll also take you to some of the more well known wonders of the interior. The Red Centre, at the very heart of Australia is home to one of the great natural wonders of the world, Uluru. Around the corner, the Olgas are also a spectacular sight that can be seen time and time again. If you're following Burke and Wills through the Corner Country, you'll visit Cameron Corner - the point where New South Wales meets with Queensland and South Australia. Further up the track at Innamincka, you can stand next to the exact tree where Burke and Wills returned to after reaching the Gulf. After departing the camp over 4 months earlier they had arrived back one day after the depot party had left. 'Dig' was blazed into the tree, as the party had buried supplies in case Burke and Wills managed to return. It's now known as the Burke and Wills 'Dig Tree'. These regions also have a huge cultural significance, with the Aboriginal presence and their spiritual connection echoed in every corner. On a tour with Outback Spirit, you'll discover not only the history of our early explorers, but also the rich culture of the Aboriginal people who have occupied these regions for thousands of years. Whether you want to experience the wonders of a Central Australia or the rugged beauty of Corner Country, an Outback Spirit guided tour will reveal the real Australian Outback.

  • Corner Country Adventure

    Corner Country Expedition 13 days / 12 nights. In the early 1860's two expedition teams set out to cross the Australian Continent from South to North. In 1860 Burke and Wills departed Melbourne to explore the unmapped and unknown interior, arriving on the shores of the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1861. In that same year, John McDouall Stuart set off from Adelaide to cross the continent, arriving at the northern coastline east of Darwin in 1862. The story of these brave explorers is fascinating. It's even more so when you can follow in their footsteps and imagine what it would have been like all those years ago. With these 2 trips, that's exactly what you can do. We'll follow parts of their legendary expeditions, but we'll also divert off the explorer trail to show you some of the highlights, some of which you may not have even heard of. For example the Lost City near Cape Crawford, where you'll take an incredible half day tour into this hidden treasure by helicopter. Of course we'll also take you to some of the more well known wonders of the interior. The Red Centre, at the very heart of Australia is home to one of the great natural wonders of the world, Uluru. Around the corner, the Olgas are also a spectacular sight that can be seen time and time again. If you're following Burke and Wills through the Corner Country, you'll visit Cameron Corner - the point where New South Wales meets with Queensland and South Australia. Further up the track at Innamincka, you can stand next to the exact tree where Burke and Wills returned to after reaching the Gulf. After departing the camp over 4 months earlier they had arrived back one day after the depot party had left. 'Dig' was blazed into the tree, as the party had buried supplies in case Burke and Wills managed to return. It's now known as the Burke and Wills 'Dig Tree'. These regions also have a huge cultural significance, with the Aboriginal presence and their spiritual connection echoed in every corner. On a tour with Outback Spirit, you'll discover not only the history of our early explorers, but also the rich culture of the Aboriginal people who have occupied these regions for thousands of years. Whether you want to experience the wonders of a Central Australia or the rugged beauty of Corner Country, an Outback Spirit guided tour will reveal the real Australian Outback.

  • Kimberley & Top End

    Kimberley, Kakadu & Bungle Bungles Expedition 14d/13n Exquisite Kimberley Adventure 14 days / 13 nights On an Outback Spirit Kimberley tour you'll be amazed at this most stunning land of rugged escarpments, deep spectacular gorges and pristine waterways. Hidden in its heart are vast wildlife sanctuaries filled with the most amazing birdlife and all manner of native animals, including some big crocs. You'll be awestruck by the huge black and orange striped domes of the unique Bungle Bungles, a fascinating geological landmark which was virtually undiscovered by Europeans up until the mid 1980's. Outback Spirit's Kimberley tours visit the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles) and the famous El Questro, a one million acre expanse that encompasses some of the Kimberley's most breathtaking and untouched scenery. The Pentecost River, the Cockburn range - they're all part of this world renowned station turned wilderness retreat. North of the Kimberley, Outback Spirit's Kimberley tours continue to Australia's Top End, a wildlife haven steeped in rich indigenous culture. Cruising through the national park wetlands you'll be amazed by the proliferation of stunning birdlife. The Territory's capital, Darwin, is situated on the edge of a harbour bigger than Sydney's. It's a melting pot of people and cultures. While a sophisticated, modern city in its own right, it is also one steeped in history and one that has endured many hardships on its way to establishing itself as the gateway to Asia. Whether you choose the Kimberley or the Top End, Outback Spirit has a professionally escorted tour that will give you a comprehensive insight into this fascinating piece of Outback Australia.

  • Ngauwudu Safari Camp

    Ngauwudu Safari Camp is an upmarket eco camp comprised of 14 deluxe safari suites, a restaurant facility, laundry and storeroom. It is located on the Mitchell Plateau in the north Kimberley.
  • Outback South Australia & Kangaroo Island

    The Lake Eyre Miracle 2010 - 6 Days / 5 Nights Flinders Ranges & Kangaroo Island Experience 15d/14n Outback South Australia 6 days / 5 nights Outback South Australia & Kangaroo Island 8d/7n Eyre Peninsula and Whale Watching Experience 9d/8n Murray Princess Cruise 4 Nights Venture into her outback and another side will open up to you. This is home to the Flinders Ranges, one of the oldest mountain ranges on earth stretching some 300 kilometres and featuring many amazing landforms, from rugged mountains to peaceful gorges. Wilpena Pound is its centrepiece, a magnificent natural amphitheatre and timeless landscape. It's also home to the timid Yellow-Footed Rock Wallaby, the proud Red Kangaroo, fascinating lizards like the Lake Eyre Dragon, and the majestic Wedge-Tailed Eagle. Meandering all the way from the Snowy Mountains, the mighty Murray River is one of South Australia's favourite holiday destinations. But you don't have to hire a house boat to experience the breathtaking cliffs and extensive wetlands of this famous river. Just hop on board the majestic Murray Princess. She's been custom built for the river and offers guests a genuine insight into the river's colourful history and abundant flora and fauna. Head for the coast and it's almost another world. Just a stone's throw offshore lies beautiful Kangaroo Island, a sanctuary for Sea Lions and Fur Seals. Along the coastal curves of The Great Australian Bight, you'll see sheltered coves, secluded beaches and stunning cliff faces that provide the perfect vantage point for spotting giant Southern Right Whales as they undertake their annual migration through the Southern Ocean. And as some of the most famous wine regions in the world are dotted across South Australia, it seems only fair that we taste some of its splendid vintages.

  • Pilbara & West Coast Expedition

    Pilbara, Karijini & Ningaloo Expedition 12days/11nights Western Wildflowers Discovery 15 days / 14 nights South West Explorer 11 days / 10 nights Dating back two billion years and stretching over 400,000 square kilometres, the Pilbara region in Western Australia has some of the world's most ancient natural landscapes. It's also got some pretty ancient resources buried beneath its parched skin, the likes of which have been powering Australia's incredible mining boom. The Pilbara region is a true powerhouse to the Australian economy, and after a visit to a few of BHP Billiton's mining and loading sites you'll see why. But the Pilbara has more to offer than minerals. Visit the Karijini National Park and you'll wander down deep rocky canyons leading to peaceful plunge pools. And then there's the magical Ningaloo Marine Park - a sanctuary where the Ningaloo Reef sits just metres from the pristine sands of the west coast. Further south you can witness an extraordinary display of nature - the explosion of colour and variety that is the Wildflower Season. Set against stunning natural scenery the wildflowers form a carpet of colour that has to be seen to be believed. Working its way gradually south, this astounding display begins mid-year. The area is renowned as one of the world's most bio-diverse floral regions, with many species occurring nowhere else in the world. But the wildflowers aren't the only thing the South West has to brag about. It's home to some of the tallest forests in the world, unique regional delicacies, not to mention many of Australia's exceptional wines.

  • Seven Spirit Bay Wilderness Lodge

    Located in one of the most beautiful marine parks in the world, Seven Spirit Bay is where luxury meets adventure. Discover the pristine waters of the Arafura Sea, take a marine and wildlife spotting cruise in Coral & Trepang Bays and explore the flora and fauna of this World Heritage Listed habitat.  Located on the Cobourg Peninsula in the Garig Gunak Barlu National Park, the lodge overlooks a pristine bay within Port Essington and is surrounded by natural bush, coral reefs and rocky red cliffs.

    Seven Spirit Bay is renowned as a remote wilderness paradise, which invites guests to fully immerse themselves in the stunning natural environment.  The ultra-luxurious habitat villas are scattered throughout natural bush and offer no distractions to the outside world.  Lodge operations have been carefully thought out to minimise environmental impact, including a state-of-the-art waste water management system, which results in suitable water to irrigate lodge grounds.  The lodge itself sits on an exclusive lease area from Arnhem Land Aboriginal Land Trust.  Respecting the region’s cultural heritage and wildlife is of the utmost importance, and low impact natured-based tours are offered of the surrounding area, including RAMSAR Wetland birdwatching.  Cuisine is prepared by an in-house chef from fresh and locally grown produce, delivering a responsible catering experience to guests.

  • Tasmanian Wilderness Explorer

    Premium Tasmanian Discovery 12 days / 11 nights LOW COST Tasmanian Wonders 10 days / 9 nights There is something quite unassuming about Tasmania. Perhaps it's because when you are steeped in such natural beauty you don't need to shout about it. At every turn there's another unspoiled gift of nature waiting to greet you. Be prepared for wilderness and wines, ancient rivers and mountains, primordial trees, convict built heritage, clean green gourmet foods, wide open spaces, pretty villages, wooden boats and deep harbours. It is a land of amazing contrasts from Cradle Mountain's pristine wilderness and world heritage landscapes to the sweeping white sandy beaches and rocky shores of Freycinet National Park. This Island of inspiration is so varied that you can walk on a beach in the morning and climb a mountain in the afternoon. The air is fresh and so is the produce. Tasmania is known for its fine foods, fresh from the farm and crisp cool-climate wines from emerging vineyards. You can taste some of Australia's best cheeses, enjoy beers from historic breweries and discover delicacies that are unique to the Island. Tasmania is a photographer's paradise too, so come and discover all that it has to offer and take home special memories of your wonderful Wilderness Escape.