Iconic Australia Flying Safari

Flying over Australia

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The Iconic Australia flying safari aboard a private aircraft is journey like no other. You will experience the sheer speed of the Outback Jet on this nationwide tour, reclining in leather seats as you enjoy views of Uluru, the Bungle Bungle and the Kimberley coastline, Lake Eyre, the Flinders Ranges and the largest cattle station in the world from the comfort of your very own window seat.

Offering a real cross section of our fascinating county, highlights of the journey include a visit to the Burke & Will's Dig Tree and a night at the iconic Birdsville Hotel; a stay on half a million acres at Bullo River Station in the Territory and a private helicopter tour; an exclusive booking at the lavish and super remote Bush Camp at Faraway Bay, Kimberley Coast; exploration of the world's richest body of aboriginal rock art in Arnhem Land and a crunching walk along the salt crust of the largest salt lake in Australia guided by an aboriginal elder. In addition to all this you will enjoy gourmet dining, top class accommodation, activities such as 4WD and quad biking, visits to isolated, local communities, ancient history and breathtaking scenery.

This unique trip will jet you across the remotest and most stunningly beautiful parts of Australia’s outback, offering real immersion into the vast beauty of Australia’s true wilderness.

 


Why we like it

  • A real adventure
  • Isolated, remote, wildly beautiful
  • Iconic landmarks, nationwide
  • Rare opportunities and access

At a Glance

Day 1 - The Dig Tree and Birdsville
Day 2 & 3 - Mount Borradaile, Arnhem Land
Days 4 & 5 - Faraway Bay, Kimberley Coast
Days 6 & 7 - Bullo River Station, East Kimberley
Day 8 - Uluru & William Creek
Day 9 - Prairie Hotel, Flinders Ranges
Day 10 - Lake Eyre

Key facts

  • 10 days
  • Start/end Melbourne 
  • Inclusions: All accommodation | all meals | wine | tour leader, local and expert guides | all entry fees & permits 
  • A$14,450 per person 
  • Departs 11 August 2016 

 


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