Fly The Outback
Unique Luxury Tour Of The Australian Outback
- See the ‘best’ of the outback experiences!
- Uluru, The world’s oldest cave art
- The colours of the “red centre”
- Coober Pedy, Australia’s underground town
- El Questro Situated in the Kimberley, the property is 80 ks in size. Most of it has never been explored or settled.
5 States in 6 days!
Private Charter Plane
A unique Australian customized adventure tour. Breathtaking colours of the desert and mobs of kangaroos will be forever etched in your memory.
Your pilot guide has 28 years of the flying the outback, is very knowledge in the history, art and politic of the areas explored.
States: Victoria, South Australia & Northern Territory
- Cobber Pedy
- Alice Springs.
Depart Melbourne, stop over in Mildura then onto the opal mining town Coober Pedy, an opal mining town, with a climate so hot, that its resident's live in underground houses. Early evening we arrive Alice Springs and stay overnight in the town that is the 'Centre of Australia' .
States: Northern Territory, Western Australia
- The Olgas
- Bungle Bungles
- El Questro.
You fly over desert country and 'Uluru' a large monolith ; Wolf Creek meteorite crater and stop at The Olgas. Mid-afternoon we reach the Kimberley Ranges and view the Bungle Bungles before landing at El Questro a million acre resort.
Day 3 and 4
State: Western Australia
- El Questro
The resort covers 80 km (50 miles) of land. Most of El Questro has never been settled or explored. There are variety of tours to see Aboriginal rock art dating from 45,000 years ago, fishing and exploring scenic gorges and waterfalls. Your accommodation is situated on the gentle sloping banks of a river.
State: Northern Territory
- Macdonnell Ranges
- Cattle Station.
We fly south to the Macdonnell Ranges and land at Alice Springs. Overnight is spent at a cattle station with deluxe accommodation set in spectacular countryside.
States: Northern Territory, New South Wales & Victoria
- Simpson Desert
- Broken Hill, Melbourne.
In today's adventure we fly across the Simpson Desert with a stop-over at the mining town of Broken Hill, a mix of heritage architecture and unique 'tin' houses. Broken Hill attracts film producers, with clear blue skies and special sunlight that's perfect for filming such as Mel Gibson's Mad Max 2.
We enter Victoria flying over the Murray River, the salt and sand plains, sparse mallee scrub. Native pine woodlands, vineyards, wheat plains and the dairy and cattle pastures of the Victorian Western District.
An early evening touch down in Melbourne where a Meridian Tour Guide greets visitors and provides transfers their city hotel.