This fantastic package has all of your accommodation and touring organised for you. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride! Visit iconic outback destinations enriched with cultural heritage and relax and rewind in award winning heritage style accommodation.
Absorb the unique cultural, natural and pastoral heritage that the Great Aussie Outback has to offer. Immerse yourself in the spectacular outback scenery, reflect on what life was like in the outback thousands of years ago and enjoy the comfort of your charming acccommodation.
Climb aboard our fully equiped 4WD vehicle, as we head to Mutawintji National Park for our first day of touring. Learn the dreamtime story of Kullawarra and the Indigenous heritage of Mutawintji National Park. Be amazed at the hand stencils and rock engravings, providing a unique insight into the life and culture of the Australian aboriginal people.
Wander through the famous art galleries of Broken Hill and visit the Big Picture and the Line of Lode, before heading to Silverton (almost a ghost town), the home of movies such as 'Mad Max 2' and 'A Town Like Alice'. Marvel at the vast expanse of Mundi Mundi plains, and be inspired by the spectacular views from the Sculpture Symposium.
Travel through Kinchega National Park as we visit the historic Woolshed, then follow the Darling River as it winds through massive stands of Red River Gums to Menindee township. The first Europeans to visit the area followed the Darling River in search of pasture for their sheep. Menindee was once a thriving river port and the area is rich in the history of our early explorers. Burke and Wills and Charles Sturts' exploration parties both spent time camped at Kinchega.
Valid 1 April, 2017 to 31 March, 2018:
Passengers: Single Fare: $1,270pp Twin Share: $1,070pp
Senior Concession: Single Fare: $1,207pp Twin Share: $1,016pp
Children: (5-13 years) priced at half the adult twin share fare when sharing family room
Monday evenings on demand for a minimum of 2 adult passengers (subject to availability)
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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.