If you would like a fabulous experience of the outback of Australia, our Oodnadatta Track tour has a bit of everything.

The trip starts with a little of the Flinders Ranges. We travel through Quorn to Hawker, taking in the incredible panoramic paintings by artist Jeff Morgan. We visit a range of stunning lookouts in the Flinders, and, depending on road conditions, drive through one of the gorges.

Further north we pop in to Farina Station, home to the fascinating ghost town of Farina. We travel through Maree and head onto the Oodnadatta Track towards William Creek. This is the most interesting section of the Track – we see the amazing and surprising Mutonia Sculpture Park, the historic Curdimurka Railway Station where the Ghan used to stop, and take in views of Lake Eyre South.

Our time in William Creek is a bit special – it includes a flight out over Lake Eyre! The best way to see Lake Eyre is from the sky – we can see so much more, and get a better understanding of the vast size of
the Lake.

From William Creek we leave the Oodnadatta Track – we choose not to travel the final section to Oodnadatta as there are fewer points of interest to make up for the many(!) corrugations. Instead
we turn west and travel through to Coober Pedy. We have two nights here so that we have time to properly explore the area, including an underground church, an opal mine and the stunning views at the
Breakaways.

Our southbound journey takes us to Roxby Downs, then through Woomera to Port Augusta, and back home again. It’s a fabulous eight days away.

If you would like to join us on this outback exploration, please give us a call as soon as you can. This trip has tended to book very quickly and we expect that it will book out.

We’re travelling from July 1 to 8.