Australian Geographic Travel – SA

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours

Australian Geographic Travel designs touring itineraries that focus on wildlife and active conservation as well as cultural experiences. Our travel experiences are rich in nature and adventure and specialise in hard-to-reach places and small group experiences. You’ll join similarly inclined souls who share your taste for exploration and a burning desire to learn more about our phenomenal natural world.

Australian Geographic Travel offers professionally guided, small group itineraries varying in length across most states in Australia. Each trip is unique and authentic for anyone who is interested in exploring the fauna and flora, the history and culture of Australia. All trips have been curated with an emphasis on discovering hidden gems off the beaten track, and offering sustainable travel experiences that would be very hard to find anywhere else.

Australian Geographic’ adventurers, scientists, historians and photographers have brought the world to you for more than 36 years. Now they invite you to join them in visiting the country’s most intriguing places and sharing their passion. We are committed to sustaining the environment, culture and heritage of each place we visit. In doing so, we strive to protect our precious environment, from addressing climate change and its far-reaching impacts to promoting awareness of the world’s oldest living culture and revealing to you the countless treasures it cradles.


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From $2690 to $2985

THIS AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC exclusive Kangaroo Island Wildlife and Conservation tour takes you behind the scenes to experience the best of Kangaroo Island. Hosted by local experts, it combines wildlife, landscape, local produce and active conservation such as bird banding.

Whether it’s meeting the world expert on the short-beaked echidna, Dr Peggy Rismiller, sampling delicious regional food and wine, or learning about the critical work of ecologists after the Black Summer fires, this immersive trip will deliver a greater understanding of one of Australia’s supremely special places.

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From $1350 to $1455

A birdwatcher’s delight! Join us over three days and two nights. With 100 national and conservation parks, over 270 species of birds living in mallee bushland and spectacular coastal scenery, Eyre Peninsula is emerging as a ‘must-see’ destination for eco and wildlife tours.

Visit wetlands, Lincoln, Coffin Bay, and Mount Dutton Bay National Parks, Conservation Parks, mallee scrub, islands, coastal hamlets, wilderness areas, and protected areas. Observe an abundance of seabirds, shorebirds, songbirds, parrots (including the beautiful Port Lincoln parrot) and raptors including osprey and white-bellied sea eagles, add to the list the western grey kangaroos, emus, koalas and Rosenberg’s goannas, plus so much more.

Be surprised by the best wild interaction with our iconic koalas and learn about the Coffin Bay oyster and the beauty of Coffin Bay with the oyster tour & tasting.

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Experience the untouched and remote beauty of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. From spectacular coastal landscapes to the wildly beautiful outback, and the wildlife that call them home, you’ll revel in the diversity of this genuine outback-to-ocean tour.

The region also teems with another truly special quality – genuine hospitality from its colourful characters. You’ll meet a host of locals during your visit to Port Lincoln, the seafood capital of Australia, and the stunning, ancient and geologically fuelled Gawler Ranges.

Each day you’ll enjoy memorable and unique wildlife, geological, culinary, photographic and educational experiences, including a 4WD safari through massive sand dunes, swimming with Australian sea lions and dolphins at the same time (the only place in Australia where you can do this), visiting arguably Australia’s best native koala experience, seeing landscapes that only a few ever see from the raw, rugged and natural coastline to the extraordinary colours of the red sands, blue skies and glistening white salt lakes of the Gawler Ranges.

Accommodation is in the outback at Kangaluna Luxury Bush Camp and then at Port Lincoln’s foreshore looking over Boston Bay.

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Join award-winning Eyre Peninsula photographer Fran Solly on a photographic tour through South Australia’s most dramatic coastal and scenic regions.

Eyre Peninsula offers a spectacular blend of landscape, seascape and wildlife photography opportunities. There are a variety of habitats including coastal dune shrubland, mallee woodland and saltmarsh, home to 270 species of birds, 1900 native plant species and iconic species such as Australian sea lions, western grey kangaroos, emus, koalas, southern hairy-nosed wombats, goannas, dolphins and numerous bush birds.

Landscapes include the amazing patterns and textures of the areas pristine sand dunes and salt lakes as well as unique granite outcrops, while our seascapes range from rugged surf beaches fringed with towering limestone cliffs to gentle deserted shores.

Fran shares her favourite photographic destinations, her experience and knowledge in post-processing and editing, and ensures that guests are in the right place at the right time for that perfect photo.

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Photographing Kangaroo Island offers so much – rural landscapes, diverse bush, macro opportunities of tiny terrestrial orchids, spectacular coastline, and of course, extraordinary wildlife. Explore iconic places and local gems, and be at the right place at the right time. Our long history of guiding means you access wild images, usually only possible in captive settings. Your guide will work with you to get the best from your Island visit and ensure you enjoy excellent local food and wine.

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With a diverse landscape, rainfall, and geology, Kangaroo Island is home to over 250 species of birds. Our Wild About Birds Kangaroo Island birdwatching tour showcases the iconic landscapes through the lens of birdlife and targets some of the 17 island subspecies. Highlights include exploring the Bay of Shoals Sanctuary Zone from the ocean and Cygnet Park, a significant rewilding project important for the Kangaroo Island glossy black-cockatoo. Expect encounters with many of the Island’s mammals and learn about the philosophy of shared space with nature. Local food and wine served at remote locations ensures you get a real taste of Kangaroo Island.

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From $1750 to $1900

Join your guide on a journey to discover the incredible wildlife and ecology of the Murray River. Your guide will share knowledge on vital conservation work including environmental flows to protect red gum forests and floodplain life including the vulnerable southern bell frog. Participate in important citizen-science studies to better understand the conservation status of bush stone-curlews and brush-tailed possums.

On this three-day two-night safari adventure you will explore the river’s landscapes from your base on a luxurious houseboat. Carefully chosen local food and wines showcase the best fare the region has to offer including farmed Murray cod.

This Murray River safari experience showcases the rich wildlife of the Riverland Ramsar Wetland of International Significance where more than 180 endemic bird species have been recorded.

Your guide’s expert knowledge of the region, the Murray River system and local flora and fauna, reveals a flourishing landscape thanks to recent environmental flows. Don’t miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in our greatest river.

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