About Tri State Safaris
Established in Broken Hill in 1992, Tri State Safaris was borne from a passion to share the remarkable Australian Outback with like-minded adventurers. We have been travelling the outback roads, from Broken Hill to Broome and everything in between for over twenty years and we are constantly excited by what we see ……. and we are sure you will be too!
Inspired by the spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, and unique characters, our adventure tours are designed to introduce you to the real Australian Outback by providing you with authentic experiences.
We are committed to providing outstanding customer service, and our many tourism awards are testament to this goal. To ensure each of our customers have the best experience possible we travel in small personal groups in our specially equipped 4WD vehicles.
Remember when a holiday was a real adventure …
That’s our philosophy! So why not come and join us for an adventure that will leave you with life long memories and a desire to discover more of the Australian Outback.
- Our tours are suitable for the young, and the ‘young at heart’ – age is not a barrier, and we welcome single travellers.
- We are undisputed market leaders. As a Nationally Accredited Tourism Business, we strive to provide the very best customer service possible.
- We offer a wide range of tours from half day to fifteen days duration. Our destinations include Broken Hill, Silverton, Mutawintji NP, Menindee Lakes, Kinchega NP, White Cliffs Opal Fields, Corner Country, Flinders Ranges, Mungo NP, Simpson Desert and The Kimberley.
- We also cater for tag-along participants. If you wish to join one of our tours, but drive your own vehicle, join us as a tag-along.
- We also organise events or outback adventures for corporate or incentive groups.
If you are joining us on an outback holiday and would like further information about Broken Hill accommodation venues that we recommend or what the Broken Hill weather should be like during your visit please click on our Links page or our FAQ page.
For more great ideas on things to do and places to go in the Australian Outback, check out the Tourism NSW and Tourism Australia websites.