Flinders Ranges and Outback Adventure Tours
What's your adventurous side? Find camel tours and safaris or discover a different side to the outback by camping out under the stars in a traditional Aussie swag.
Have a look at these fantastic tours to help you make the most of your Flinders Ranges and Outback experience.
View of the Flinders Ranges from St Mary's Peak
Arkaba Station provides walking tours through a rich and varied landscape with overnight luxury swag camps, supplied with food and beverages in advance. This is one of the best ways to take in the sights and sounds of the bush and to understand the subtleties of this environment.
Australian Wilderness Adventures
Trekking in the Flinders Ranges
To explore the Flinders Ranges is to experience the essence of Australia. Sir Hans Heysen remarked it was akin to seeing 'the bones of nature laid bare'. Australian Wilderness Adventures will take you through its rugged mountain peaks, immense gorges, sweeping arid desert country and alpine like forests - the Flinders Ranges is a truly unforgettable experience.
Bush Safari Co.
Camel trekking in the outback
Enjoy a great range of outback adventure tours and wildlife safaris with Bush Safari Co. Bush Safari Co offer half day, full day and extended all inclusive safari treks travelling by camels, including a nine day trek through the spectacular Flinders Ranges.
Escapegoat Adventures cycling tour group
Come and explore the Flinders Ranges by bike with Escapegoat Adventures! Specialising in small group trips to the heart of the Flinders Ranges. Flinders Ranges by Bike is a 200 kilometre cycle adventure. It starts at Wilpena Pound and takes in some of the most stunning areas of this amazing location.
G Adventures believe that a holiday is more than just a brief escape from work. Travel is a way to celebrate individual freedom, to explore the incredible places you've only read about in books, to discover taste buds you never even knew you had.
Goin' Off Safaris
Goin' Off Safaris logo
An adventure holiday with a difference! Goin' Off Safaris have plently of unique tours to choose from. Fly over the vast Flinders Ranges and Wilpena Pound, canoe along the Cooper Creek, see the Simpson Desert and Lake Eyre. Have lunch at one of South Australia's most famous and iconic landmarks, William Creek Hotel and share stories with the locals.
Great Southern Rail Travel Pty Ltd
The Ghan, Adelaide to Darwin
Great Southern Rail Travel provides a variety of holidays built around the great train journeys of Australia including the Indian Pacific. Visit the Flinders Ranges, habitat of Australia’s famous wildlife. Travel through vast sheep station country with an opportunity to visit a ghost town. Stay at the Wilpena Pound Resort in the heart of the Flinders Ranges.
Swagabout Tours vehicle and guide
Swagabout Tours offers truly memorable outback experiences sleeping in a traditional Aussie "swag" under the southern stars or in outback hotels. The tours will take you through to the Flinders and outback where you will experience magnificent views, rugged beauty and share in the culture of the local Aboriginal people.
Driving in the bush on Tom's Tours
Join Tom’s Tours and combine the spectacular Flinders Ranges, Wilpena Pound and Brachina Gorge on an all inclusive two days and two nights tour with an opportunity to stay at Hornsdale Farm in a 95 year old homestead enjoying traditional home cooked Australian meals.
Wilpena Pound Resort Tours
Flying over Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges
Visitors to Wilpena Pound Resort and campground have access to many tours and activities to explore the extraordinary landscape. Wilpena Pound Resort Tours have tours from scenic flights, walking trails, four wheel drive tours, mountain bike hire and cultural tours, there are plenty of ways to explore the region.
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Camel trekking in the Northern Flinders Ranges
Join Xplore Eyre and enjoy an all inclusive tour departing Adelaide to spend some time in the Flinders Ranges. Travel to Port Augusta for a Spencer Gulf cruise and enjoy a sunset camel trek in the Flinders Ranges before staying overnight at Mount Ive.