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Desert Dwellers 2021
Outback Expedition

Camping 4WD Tag-along tour.
Experience the vastness of the Australian Outback.
Drive your own 4WD or a hired vehicle through some of the most remote and spectacular terrain in the country on this awesome Outback Expedition. Visit stunning National Parks and private cattle stations. Drive in the sand dunes of the Simpson desert, spot elusive wildlife and colourful birds, visit iconic Outback towns, see country so old that it literally has dinosaur footprints etched in it.

Includes all camping accommodation (farmstay, National Park, caravan park), 2 meals in the Birdsville Hotel, 1 meal +"glamping" farmstay, parks passes, professional tour leader, Carnarvon National Park guided tour, mechanical assistance, emergency equipment, hot shower.

Duration: 15 Days
Cost: From $2750 per couple (excl. optional extras)
Kids under 16 free. Extra adults $400

Experienced & qualified
tour guide

Your guide Tony is not only an experienced remote area tour guide, he's also a Cert IV qualified trainer and assessor in four wheel driving. And he's a friendly bloke too!

Off-road camper
trailer friendly

Take your off-road trailer to places you won't find or aren't confident to go to on your own . Help and advice when you need it. 

Mechanical assistance

Get the practical mechanical help you need if things don't go to plan. From tyre changes to changing shocks (and a lot more). 

 Outback Tour FAQs

We offer a safety net for people who may not be as confident about venturing into remote locations by themselves. There's also the knowledge experience that goes into the planning. If you haven't been somewhere before, it's tough to get the most out of a trip. We know exactly where to go, how long it takes to get there, where to camp, what the facilities are like and how to best use your time to see all of the highlights.

Interestingly enough, this scenario happens very rarely. We require that your vehicle is well maintained and inspected by a mechanic before the trip and we ask you to carry certain spares. Most mechanical issues don't stop you from moving. We will do everything we can to get you mobile again and in the case that your vehicle needs expert attention, we can get your vehicle to a mechanic or to a position where it can be recovered by a flatbed truck.

It is recommended that you have the highest level of NRMA/RAQC type cover because it can help with your expenses if the worst happens. Travel insurance is also highly recommended so you are not out of pocket if you cannot complete a trip. 

Contact us prior to booking and we can discuss the requirements of a 4WD or trailer for the Outback Tour.

You will need a high clearance 4WD in good mechanical order with low range and light truck (LT) tyres with at least 50% tread remaining.

An off-road trailer needs to have independent suspension, good ground clearance and be sturdy enough to survive many days on corrugated roads.

You will need a fridge and supplies to last 5 days, as well as camping equipment that is effieicnt to put up and take down. 

Fuel is generally readily available on the Outback Tour. We regularly pass through towns where fuel is available.  In a worst case scenario, you will need a range of 600 kms. 

There a a number of places to buy supplies on the Outback tour. We will be passing through towns along the way. Some of the overnight stops have restaurant facilities where you can buy dinner. A full list of places to buy food is supplied when you book the tour. 


Highlights of the Outback Tour
(full itinerary on booking)

June 2021

Starting line

Meet up in Goondiwindi, on the QLD/NSW border for our first night's briefing and get together (350km from Brisbane).



Spend the night camped on a working cattle station. Relax in the thermally heated baths from the Great Artesian Basin.



Find out what it's like to live in a town with a population of 5.

DAY 4 


Explore the emotion and tragedy of this historic site. Overnight in Innamincka, one of the Outback's most iconic locations.

DAY 5 & 6


2 nights in the most iconic Outback town, dinner at the Hotel and a day in the Simpson Desert where we take on the biggest sand dunes in Australia.



Camping in these remote locations makes you appreciate the vastness of the Outback. A million star camp on the edge of a desert oasis.

DAY 8 - 11


A trip to the Outback wouldn't be complete without seeing the land so old it has dinosaur footprints etched into it.  

DAY 12 & 13


A bit of comfort for 2 nights on this working cattle station as we explore the nearby Carnarvon National Park.

DAY 14


Heading East again, we spend our last night camped by the river near the town of Chinchilla (300km from Brisbane). The pub is conveniently located over the road for our final night's dinner and farewell.

Book Now or Contact us on the links below for more information


208 Quay Street 
Queensland 4700