Australia is vast and offers many different experiences for tourists; one of the most iconic experiences that spring to mind is that of the “outback.” The outback is an area of Australia that is remote and usually sparsely populated. Regions like the Kimberley’s, the far north and the Red Center are typically “Outback.” Below are three outback Australia tours that are worth considering this touring season as the weather cools down:
Accommodated Kimberley Tour
While the south of Australia is heading into winter, with cooler days and soft rain starting to fall, the North West is heading into its prime season. May to October is known as dry season, and it the most popular time to visit with daytime temperatures ranging from 20 – 30 degrees, little rain falling and the evenings becoming pleasantly cool. This tour takes on some of the most iconic sights of the North-West of WA, spend some time visiting the wonderful Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, marvel at the sight of the Bungle Bungle Ranges, and visit the towns of Wyndham, Kununurra and Fitzroy, as well as the Jewel of the North Broome. This 14 day tour is the perfect way to escape the cold and enjoy some of the warmth of the outback. Tour departs 3rd June 2018, limited spaces available.
Savannah Way – 4000 kilometres across the top
Visit some of the most remote northern regions of Australia travelling along the top from Cairns to Broome on this 17 day gem! Fly to Cairns where your travels begin and soak up the tropical climate, before heading off on your adventure. Visit the Atherton Tablelands, Gorgetown, Cobbold Gorge, Normanton, Leichardt River, Mataranka Thermal Pools, the Gregory Tree and as well as many of the iconic sights of the Kimberley’s, before reaching Broome. This trip travels many roads that caravans may have difficulty accessing, take some of the stress out of travelling remote Australia by booking with Casey Tours. Tour departs 14th July 2018, limited spaces available.
Tanami Track & Oodnadatta Tour
This tour dissects the country, travelling from Broome to Adelaide via the Red Centre. Take in the vast open spaces as you travel through the center of the country and some amazing desert country. The Tanami desert is known as one of the most isolated places on earth, and the wide open spaces and red dirt found here rather unique. Visit Wolfe Creek Crater, Alice Springs Desert Park, the MacDonnell Ranges, Flinders Ranges, Wilpena Panorama and so much more on this 13 day trek. The tour departs 15th August 2018, limited spaces available.