Enjoy an unforgettable flight over Fowlers Bay, Head of Bight and Bunda Cliffs to glimpse spectacular coastal sights.
Become a gourmet gatherer as you harvest and shuck your own oysters in Coffin Bay, it doesn't get any fresher than this.
Visit Maralinga and tour the site where nuclear weapons tests were conducted.
These once-in-a-lifetime moments allow you to experience an unforgettable world of exclusive moments, incredible cultures and charming surprises
Be transferred to your hotel and enjoy the afternoon at leisure before savouring a Welcome Dinner this evening.
Stay: Adelaide, The Playford HotelDaily :
Within the Clare Valley, you will stop for a glass of wine and delicious picnic lunch on the grounds of Seven Hill Winery. Sample some of their elegant whites and delicious fruit-flavoured reds.
Depart Adelaide and head to the verdant Clare Valley wine region. Home to an emerging gourmet food scene, this charmingly secluded region is replete with rolling countryside and welcoming country pubs. After some time here, depart for the Wadlata Outback Centre in Port Augusta. Discover how the region has evolved in the ‘Tunnel of Time’ and learn about fossils and the first people to settle here.
Stay: Port Augusta, Standpipe Golf Motor InnDaily :
Depart Port Augusta and travel to Kimba, known as the ‘halfway point across Australia’. Continue to Pildappa Rock for lunch, then journey to the coastal town of Ceduna.
Stay: Two Nights, Ceduna Foreshore Hotel MotelDaily :
Fly over the iconic Nullarbor Roadhouse to Maralinga. Formerly the site of the British nuclear program in the 1950s, this part of Outback South Australia has only recently been opened up to tourism. Here, you will enjoy a tour with a local guide who will share their knowledge of Maralinga’s history, as you explore the sites where seven nuclear weapons tests were conducted.
Begin your day with a breathtaking flight over Fowlers Bay, Head Of Bight and the Bunda Cliffs. Offering vibrant blue waters and striking sheer cliffs, enjoy a bird’s-eye perspective of the stunning surrounds.
Depart Ceduna early this morning for a full-day discovery. The day ends with a scenic flight back to Ceduna over the Dog Fence – a 5,614-kilometre fence built to keep dingoes and wild dogs out of lands where sheep and cattle grazed.Daily :
Take a tour of the Ceduna Arts and Culture Centre, which provides skills workshops, training, materials, a working environment and facilities for the creation of Indigenous art. Depart Ceduna and head to Point Labatt, where you may be able to spot some sea lions at one of the only permanent breeding colonies on Australia’s mainland. Take a short drive around Point Westall before settling into the historic Streaky Bay Hotel for an overnight stay.
Stay: Streaky Bay HotelDaily :
Head to Port Lincoln, stopping at lookouts along the way for sensational views. En route, stop at the small coastal town of Elliston for lunch, situated on the shores of stunning Waterloo Bay.
Stay: Two Nights, Port Lincoln HotelDaily :
Venture into Coffin Bay National Park and enjoy an incredible oyster tasting experience. Put on a pair of waders and walk out into Coffin Bay to harvest, shuck and eat the oysters straight out of the ocean.
After breakfast, drive along Whalers Way, stopping at a lookout over Lincoln National Park. Continue into the park itself, where you’ll have the option to walk up Stamford Hill. Later, travel to Boston Bay Winery to enjoy lunch in a picturesque setting. Established in 1984, the winery produces an excellent range of red and white wines due to its high-quality soils and cool climate. This evening, enjoy a Farewell Dinner.Daily :
Be transferred to Port Lincoln Airport.Daily :
Throughout your Outback Wilderness Adventure, enjoy the expertise of a Tour Director and Driver-Guide.
Our specially engineered vehicles have an impeccable reliability record, traversing some of the roughest terrain.
At the end of each day's exploration, stay in each region's best accommodation.
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