Experience Outback Australia

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The best way to see this sunburnt country and its sweeping plains is to travel to its red centre.

From the flat horizons of the Nullarbor to the sentient giant of Uluru to the dreamtime paintings of the Kimberley’s, Australia is vast and extraordinary. Whether you’d prefer an immersive experience of Australian Aboriginal culture or a 4×4 driving adventure, Second Nature offers a variety of tour options for Special Interest Groups.

What we provide

  • Award-winning facilitators
  • Itineraries and Flyers
  • Transportation options (we arrange flights where necessary and provide options for ground and water transport)
  • Accommodation options (we provide quotes to utilise the most affordable and most appropriate accommodation to suit your needs)
  • Catering options (all food is covered through our fantastic range of reliable third-party providers)
  • Images from the trip

Outback Australia Tours for Special Interest Groups

Our Special Interest programs are designed for groups of any size who are looking for a unique and tailored travel experience. The experiences are designed to capture a group’s niche interests and can be made to suit all budgets. Some examples of niche categories that our Special Interest Tours to Central Australia have catered to previously include:

  • Food Tours
  • Beer/Wine/Cider Tours
  • Adventure Tours
  • Bird Watching
  • Sports Tours
  • Arts Tours
  • Indigenous Australian Cultural Tours

Destination Highlights

  • Live amongst a remote Indigenous community near Birdsville
  • Stand in the magnificent shadow of Uluru (Ayers Rock)
  • Walk across the dry beds of Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest salt lake
  • Visit Australia’s Southwest Ecoregion to discover a wealth of endemic desert plants
  • Look out for emus on a 4×4 adventure across the Nullarbor Plain
  • Watch for a diversity of native birds at Cunnamulla
  • Follow Australia’s prehistoric giants to the ‘Age of Dinosaurs’ museum in Winton
  • Relax in secret swimming holes beneath tumbling water falls at Kakadu National Park
  • Explore caves painted by Australia’s Indigenous people over 60,000 years ago!

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Example Itinerary: Central Eastern Australia Camp Program

Below is an example itinerary with a focus on environment and culture in Australia

Day 1 Gold Coast -> Roma (Big Rig at night)
Day 2 Roma -> Longreach (Qantas/Stockmans/Agriculture College/ Thompson River)
Day 3 Longreach -> Winton (Waltzing Matilda Centre and Dinosaur Museum)
Day 4 Winton -> Mt Isa (Riversleigh Fossil Centre)
Day 5 Mt Isa -> Tennant Creek
Day 6 Tennant Creek -> Devil’s Marbles -> Alice Springs
Day 7 Alice Springs (Anzac Hill/Desert Park/Stanle Chasm/School of the Air)
Day 8 Alice Springs -> Uluru (Base Tour at sunset)
Day 9 Uluru -> Coober Pedy (Underground accommodation)
Day 10 Coober Pedy -> Adelaide
Day 11 Adelaide City Tour
Day 12 Adelaide -> Canberra (Parliament House/War Memorial)
Day 13 Canberra -> Sydney (Taronga Zoo/Opera House/Bridge Climb)
Day 14 Sydney -> Gold Coast