Multi-day small group adventure tours in and around the Red Centre. Choose from their carefully crafted regular 3 and 5 day camping tours, typically departing from Alice Springs with options to begin in Yulara. Or contact them to customise a tour for your specific needs. They offer a range of accommodation styles from “swags” to luxury safari tents and wheelchair accessible tents. All their tours are fully catered with an accompanying expert guide.
Enjoy a three-day camping adventure in the beautiful outback, their first stop is an outback roadhouse for a quick breakfast (at your own expense), back on the road and a short stop for viewing of Mount Connor and the salt lakes before arriving at Yulara. Experience the world’s largest monolith Uluru and the wondrous Kata Tjuta. Travel to Kings Canyon for a guided 6km Canyon Rim Walk in one of the most spectacular areas of the outback.
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The original and still the best five-day experience in Central Australia!
Exclusive to Outback Tour Services, four nights and five days of pure outback adventure! A relaxed style of 4WD travelling with small groups of up to only 16 people. Includes two nights bush camping under the stars and two nights in the comfortable permanent camps.
From $129 to $159
Experience some 4×4 fun in the Alice Springs region. This area has some of the best dirt tracks and spectacular scenery you will find anywhere! Whether they choose a track in the Western or Eastern MacDonnell Ranges, they guarantee you will have a wonderful “Outback Off-road experience”. Finish the day’s exploration with watching a Central Australian sunset whilst sipping on chilled sparkling wine and nibbles. A BBQ or camp oven dinner can also be arranged.
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Do you have a day spare in Alice Springs? Why not let Outback Tour Services take you on a true “Outback 4×4 Adventure”.
Start your day driving along the spectacular Eastern MacDonnell Ranges. Visit the historical and now abandoned Arltunga settlement. Take the opportunity to truly appreciate the bravery and hardships endured by the early settlers in this region in their pursuit of gold and precious gems.
Then head into some truly spectacular remote country where only ‘High Clearance’ 4×4 vehicles dare enter. Travel through numerous creek beds, mostly dry, however at times can turn into water crossings. They head east to Ruby Gap for some 4×4 action. Drive a few kilometres up ancient dry riverbeds experience the fun of 4×4 driving in sand, where getting stuck and getting back out again is all part of the fun!
Enjoy a BBQ or camp oven lunch with Aussie damper bread all cooked on a fire in the riverbed. Have a cold beer or a wine whilst soaking in the great feeling of being in a truly remote area of the world.
At Outback Tour Services they believe the spectacular Australian Outback should be open and accessible to everyone. It is their great pleasure to offer “Remote Outback Camping safaris” that can cater for the disability market. In short, they concentrate on your ability not your disability!
They offer fully tailored charter tours for up to nine people at a time. Their modern, purpose-built vehicle can take one wheelchair passenger who remains in their wheelchair as well as another who can transfer to a seat.
They offer a variety of camping options from bush camping to “Safari in Style” camping with permanent tents. As we tour in remote areas, we also have a purpose-built “Off-road Wheelchair” to enable you to track through riverbeds and rough terrain as well as go for a swim in one of the fantastic waterholes in the Western Macdonald ranges.
Their tours are fully catered and include:
Fully qualified and accredited tour guide.
Modern comfortable airconditioned vehicle.
Accommodation – from swags to permanent tents with ramp, hotel accommodation also available if preferred.
Catering for duration of tour.
Pricing is based and quoted on individual charters.