Australian Air Holiday Tours –

Outback Australia Air Tours to Flinders Island, King Island, Mungo, Mallacoota, White Cliffs and the 12 Apostles

North East Flinders Island
North East Flinders Island
Whitecliffs Underground
Whitecliffs Underground
12 Apostles, Bass Strait
12 Apostles, Bass Strait

North West New South Wales – White Cliffs

White Cliffs in an opal town in the north west of New South Wales and is an extraordinary place as most of the town lives in underground ‘dugout’ dwellings. Loop roads throughout the region allow travellers to visit several main centres and attractions with less than a day’s travel between.

South West New South Wales – Mungo Lodge

The Magic of Mungo National Park will take your breath away.

A place of significant natural beauty steeped in rich aboriginal culture and studied by anthropologists and archaeologists the world over. Ancient artefacts, plant matter and animal bones can all be found in their original habitat along “The Great Walls of China” – an amazing 33 km stretch of sand dunes and lunettes.

Adjacent to Mungo National Park, Mungo Lodge is the perfect base to explore this World Heritage Listed Park. The airstrip is only metres from your accommodation at the Lodge. Region information can be found at Visit Mango. Accommodation information at Mungo Lodge.

Victoria – Mallacoota

Mallacoota Inlet, with its shimmering lakes, rivers, pristine forests and turquoise sea lapping quiet beaches, captivates everyone who holidays here and urges them to come back again.

Mallacoota is a true year-round destination, with Victoria’s warmest winter temperatures and cooling breezes fresh from the ocean in summer. Enjoy great fishing either in the lake or out to sea. For information the Malcoota region have a look at

Tasmania – Flinders Island

Flinders Island is the main island of the Furneaux group, a collection of 52 islands that stretch across the Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia.

These remarkable “mountains in the sea” offer you the holiday experience of a lifetime. Here you can get away from it all in an inspiring world of sparkling beaches, rugged ranges, abundant wildlife and clear sapphire waters. With a pleasant climate throughout the year and activities including boating, climbing, fishing and exploring historic sites, Flinders Island has much to offer. Fishing trips have a look at See these; for information on Flinders Island, and accommodation at Mountain Seas on Trousers Point.

Tasmania – King Island

King Island is situated in the Bass Strait, between Victoria and Tasmania and only a 50 minute flight from either state. The only way you can get to the Island is by plane, but don’t let this stop you from experiencing the peace and quiet of Island life, where the local “wave” as you go by is a way of life and the only traffic delays you will come across are wallabies and turkeys. See the following for information about King Island, and accommodation at King Island Holiday Village.

Victoria – 12 Apostles (Twelve Apostles)

The Twelve Apostles are giant rock stacks that rise majestically from the Southern Ocean and are the central feature of the rugged Port Campbell National Park In Victoria.

The Twelve Apostles are the remnants of the stormy Southern Ocean and blasting winds gradually eroding away the softer limestone to form caves in the cliffs. Beginning 10-20 million years ago, these caves eventually became arches and when they collapsed rock stacks up to 45 metres high were left isolated from the shore.

Sunrise and sunset offer particularly impressive views as the Twelve Apostles change colour from dark and foreboding in shadow to brilliant sandy yellow under a full sun. For more information on the region have a look at the 12 apostles region information.