Explore the Australian Outback and deserts on a Global Gypsies self-drive Four-by-Four (4X4) tag-along tour – independent but not alone! On these award-winning 4×4 expeditions, you drive your own (or a hired) four-wheel-drive (4WD) travelling in a small convoy led by an expert guide.
You’ll explore remote areas, camp in the bush, admire the night skies, learn about the places you visit and get back to nature. The professional tour leader is an experienced four-wheel driver and a qualified mechanic with a remote first aid certificate and an in-depth understanding of the bush. No previous off-road experience is necessary as 4×4 tuition is included in the package.
Accommodation is in tents in campgrounds, caravan parks and bush camps. Global Gypsies can assist with arranging hire vehicles and camping equipment if you don’t have your own gear.
Join Global Gypsies self-drive outback tours and discover such exciting destinations as the Canning Stock Route, Rudall River, Karijini (The Pilbara), Mount Augustus, Holland Track, the Goldfields, Great Australian Bight, Kennedy Ranges, Gibson Desert and more!
They also offer training in four-wheel-driving, towing and tour guiding. They even have a recommended list of 4WD vehicle suppliers in Western Australia.
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Experience the “mother of all four wheel drive safaris” as you travel the loneliest four wheel drive track in the world with a convoy of like minded-adventurers. Escorted, self-catering WILD adventure for experienced four-wheel-drivers with robust, self-sufficient vehicles.Non Smoking
Join Global Gypsies on an exciting outback four-wheel-drive ‘tagalong tour’ as they retrace the tyre-tracks of outback legend Len Beadell. You will travel through deserts, remote areas, challenging tracks and iconic outback destinations between Kalgoorlie and Wiluna.
Drive your own or a hire four-wheel-drive vehicle and be part of a small convoy led by an expert guide – independent but not alone! This tour is self-catering and vehicles need to be robust and self-sufficient.
Drive yourself in your own or hired four wheel drive and travel in the gypsy convoy, or travel as a passenger in the escort vehicle!
Explore this historic track in south eastern Western Australia cut through the bush by sandalwooder John Holland over 100 years ago to help prospectors make their way to the goldfields.
Award-winning Tour Guide, Jeremy Perks, will be leading the tour. He will explain the history of the track and provide four wheel drive and mechanical assistance on the adventure.
Beginning in Hyden and ending in Coolgardie, this safari is steeped in nostalgia, is a tradition with Global Gypsies, and is a must for those with a pioneering spirit!
Four wheel drive self-drive, catered tag-along tour. Some passenger seats available. Comfortable camping.
A fabulous opportunity to explore Australia’s second largest national park and one of the world’s few remaining last frontiers.
If you love challenge and adventure and have a pioneering spirit, be among the fortunate few to join Global Gypsies as they venture into this little-known four wheel drive destination in north eastern Western Australia with a small convoy of like-minded souls. Drive your own or a hired four wheel drive vehicle and travel in the safety of a small convoy led by award-winning Tour Guide, Jeremy Perks.
Highlights include Newman, remote and rugged Rudall River National Park, Desert Queen Baths, Carawine Gorge, Mount Augustus – the Ayers Rock of Western Australia, the Kennedy Ranges and Carnarvon.
A four wheel drive vehicle equipped with a vehicle-mounted two-way radio is mandatory for this tour. Sorry, no caravans due to rough road conditions but robust camper trailers are welcome.