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8 Day Birdsville Outback Loop

This tour is designed to show off the diversity of the outback, from stunning red sand dunes to stark gibber plains that stretch as far as the eye can see. Meet the real outback characters who call this land home!
[Picture: 8 Day Birdsville Outback Loop]

Highlights:

  • Milparinka and Tibooburra
  • Sturt National Park - home of abundant big red roos
  • Dingo Fence at Cameron Corner
  • Cooper Creek at Innamincka  
  • 'Big Red' .... the highest sand dune in the Simpson Desert
  • Cordillo Downs Woolshed
  • Burke & Wills 'Dig Tree'
  • Channel Country, Windorah, Thargominda & Noccundra

Have you ever wanted to venture further into the outback to see what really lies beyond Broken Hill? Well this tour not only takes you to the stunning Corner Country, it takes you much further. Meet the people who call Cameron Corner home, where the Dingo Fence is actually in their back yard. Travel through red sand dune country to Innamincka on the majestic Cooper Creeek, and imagine how it was for Burke & Wills as they made camp at the Dig Tree.

Traverse the breathtaking red gibber plains along the Cordillo Downs road and feel the presence of generations gone by in the historic woolshed. This is a great way to appreciate what life was truly like for previous generations. Our main destination is of course Birdsville, the 4wd mecca of the outback and the starting point for many journeys into the Simpson Desert. Climb to the top of 'Big Red' - the highest sand dune in the Simpson desert - and marvel at the beauty of this vast country. Stay at the famous Birdsville Hotel, and while you're there take the time to enjoy a drink at the bar with one of the characters who call this place home.

But this is not where it ends, our journey now takes us further east as we explore more of the Channel Country with an overnight stay at Windorah, then onto Thargominda, on the Bullo River, where you will learn about Australia's first hydro-electricity system, powered by the abundant artesian water in the area.

As we head home there is still much more to amaze and surprise you, with a visit to the remote Noccundra Hotel before our final stopover at Tibooburra. The most remote town in NSW, and without doubt the capital of the Corner Country, this is a place brimming with outback characters and friendly faces. Sit on the verandah of the Family Hotel, and just 'watch the town go by' - a perfect end to an exhillarating journey of discovery! 

Price:

Valid 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018:

Passengers:                Single Fare:  $4,315pp                 Twin Share:  $3,950pp                Triple Share:  $3,760pp 
Senior Concession:   Single Fare: $4,100pp                  Twin Share:  $3,752pp                Triple Share:  $3,572pp
Tag-alongs:                 Single Fare:  $3,160pp                 Twin Share:  $2,605pp                Triple Share:  $2,285pp

Children: (5-13 years) are half the adult twin share price when sharing family room

Please note: 'Tag-alongs' refer to participants who wish to travel in their own vehicle - as in all our tours, Tag-along participants get all the same inclusions as our passengers - including accommodation, meals, tours, entry fees etc - only available once we have a confirmed departure

Departs:

2017: 26 September

2018: 20 March

All scheduled departure dates for this tour require a minimum of 2 adult passengers to become a confirmed departure.

Inclusions:

All meals as indicated in itinerary, 7 nights accommodation,  transfers from your Broken Hill accommodation, travel in fully equipped air-conditioned 4WD vehicles.

Optional: 2 hour Cooper Creek cruise ex Innamincka or various scenic flights ex Birdsville (subject to availability)

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.