September 2017 Newsletter – Bespoke Kimberley Adventure
Bespoke Adventure to the Kimberley
Where the journey is as important as the destination
Our latest adventure was in August with a Bespoke 17 day tour to the Kimberley where we took 6 guests to discover the natural beauty of this region. This trip was a longer version of our 14 day Top End / Kimberley Tour. In this case our guests had some places on their bucket list and we were pleased to be able to make it happen for them. Visiting an astounding 10 iconic Australian locations, we asked our pilot and tour leader, Keith to give us his thoughts on the highlights.
Bullo River Station was definitely a highlight. It’s a 500,000 acre privately owned working cattle station situated in the south western corner of the Northern Territory. It has an abundance of outdoor activities for guests, including horse riding, late afternoon sunset drinks in the horse yards, a helicopter flight to an amazing rock pool, fishing for the mighty barramundi in the Bullo River and tours with the staff as they did their day-to-day cattle work.
Another highlight on the tour was the iconic Ayers Rock. It’s always a special moment as you fly across the flat desert and then there it is, in company with the majestic Olga’s. Our guide outlined the ancient history and cultural significance of Ayers Rock and we visited multiple picturesque locations. The day ended with an outdoor dinner under the stars as part of the renowned Sounds of Silence experience. As darkness fell the next night we went on the Field of Light tour and watched as the entire area lit up with an amazing 50,000 lights.
Take advantage of our 40 years experience touring the Australian outback and secure your booking on one of our three Kimberley tours for 2018 now!
We’re on 1278 and Talking Lifestyle!
Out and about with The Duck
A massive thank you to the team at Talking Lifestyle as well as The Duck for speaking so highly of our tours on their radio show.
Having recently completed our 2017 Kimberley tour, it’s as amazing as The Duck describes it. With interest in the 2018 Kimberley tour ramping up, contact us to learn more about each of the iconic destinations this tour visits.
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Final Taste of the Outback trips 2017
A great year touring the outback!
A spectacular year for our iconic Taste of the Outback tour. Walking on the white salt crust of Lake Eyre has been a huge highlight this year.
We’ve taken locals as well as international guests to some of Australia’s most iconic outback destinations. With the winter season close to wrapping up, our last 2017 tour is departing September 16th. We still have some seats available.
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We flew Jo Mercer to the Outback
Popular women’s footwear retailer
We recently had the privilege of flying the Jo Mercer team, including a New York based Australian model, to the Gawler Ranges for a promotional shoot of their Spring/Summer range. They wanted a stunning remote location and so we suggested the Kangaluna bush safari camp and the surrounding salt lakes.
The promotional video does a fantastic job of showcasing the beauty of the area and it was amazing for us to be able to introduce it to the Jo Mercer crew.
Join our South Australia Discovered trip to visit the same location!
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Spring and Summer are here!
South Australia, Tasmania and Lord Howe
With the arrival of Spring and Summer, three of our tours come into season, specifically our South Australia Discovered, Tasmania/ Bass Strait and Lord Howe Island tours.
We craft our tours to ensure visitors are able to get the most out of each destination. This includes sourcing the best food, accommodation, local secrets and even more importantly the time of the year to go.
Our 40 years experience in the outback enables us to recommend the best experiences from these stunning locations.
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South Australia Discovered
The adventure of a lifetime to South Australia is fast approaching. This spectacular 5 day tour takes guests to two major destinations – Kangaroo Island and the Gawler Ranges.
Immerse yourself in local wildlife on Kangaroo Island as you are engulfed by the beautiful scenery. Then head to the Gawler Ranges for an extraordinary glamping experience surrounded by wildlife and bush scenery, as well as a chance to walk Lake Gairdner.
Our South Australia Discovered tours operate exclusively from October to April as it is a preferred time to visit.
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18th April 2018
We had a marvellous trip to Flinders and King Islands and Tasmania. Flying on a small plane is so much fun. We all loved the birds eye view of Wilsons Prom and beyond, Flinders Island, north west Tasmania, King Island and flying over the heads and over Port Philip Bay on the way home.