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Explore The Outback Camel Safaris

Explore the Outback Camel Safaris operate camel safaris from William Creek on the Oodnadatta Track. Safaris are nature based with a focus on ecology, history, wildlife identification, survey and conservation.

Touring Options

Outback Camel Trek 4 Days – SH06

Based in William Creek on the Oodnadatta Track, Explore the Outback offers a four day educational adventure into the remote and pristine desert country surrounding Lake Eyre. Specialists in nature-based and conservation themes, and with a focus on exploration and research. Trekkers will learn to love the Australian Outback and appreciate its unspoilt natural heritage and its rich cultural heritage.

. Operates:
. By arrangement.

Outback Camel Trek 4 Days – S05

Based in William Creek on the famous Oodnadatta Track, Explore the Outback offers an exclusive four day educational adventure into the remote and pristine desert country surrounding Lake Eyre. Specialists in nature based and conservation themes, and with a focus on exploration and research, Explore the Outback camel safaris are uniquely different and intriguingly educational. Trekkers will learn to love the Australian Outback and to appreciate its unspoilt natural heritage and its rich cultural heritage. There isn’t a better way to experience the wild and remote outback.

Desert Exploration Camel Trek 8 Days – EOCS03

The Eight Day Desert Exploration Trek offers and extended exploration of the remote, heritage rich and beautiful desert country about the Oodnadatta Track (west of Lake Eyre) in Outback South Australia. With a key focus on exploration, the seven day desert trek allows for a greater emphasis on ecological and cultural research and survey in exciting new country about the more distant Davenport Range, Kingston Range or the Weedina Dune Fields to the west.

. As Explore the Outback Camel Safaris is a research based camel trek operation, no two treks are the same, however the seven day desert trek incorporates:
. Extended exploration and discovery.
. Seven days of remote outback camel riding.
. Wildlife identification and bird watching.
. Historic research and interpretation.
. Ecological and cultural research and interpretation.
. Camel handling and management.
. Outdoor camping and navigation.
. Casual atmosphere with no hectic schedules.

. Most treks are also able to incorporate a look at:
. Remains of the original single-wire Overland Telegraph Line, the adjacent camel servicing pad and remains of the isolated Peake Overland Telegraph Line Repeater Station, copper mine and pastoral ruins.
. Faint remains of the original north-south Wagon Road, along which central Australia was settled – the original Stuart Highway proper.
. Impressive artesian mound springs and spring flows that vent on a fault line along the eastern edge of the Kingston, Denison and Davenport Ranges.
. Evidence of early Aboriginal occupation.
. Unique Australian wildlife such us the euro, Red kangaroo, emu, echidna, Bourke parrot, dingo and much more.
. Old copper mines, stone miner’s hut ruins and original copper roads used by early pioneering miners.

. Operates:
. Departing William Creek or specified location at 1600. See Explore the Outback Camel Safaris for further details.

Desert Camel Trek 6 Days – EOCS02

The six day desert trek offers and extended look into the remote, heritage rich and beautiful desert country about the Oodnadatta Track (west of Lake Eyre) in outback South Australia. With a focus on ecological and cultural research/survey, this trek allows for a greater emphasis on exploration and travel into new country.

. As Explore the Outback Camel Safaris is a research based camel trek operation, no two treks are the same, however this trek incorporates:
. Five days of remote Outback camel riding.
. Wildlife identification and bird watching.
. Historic research and interpretation.
. Ecological and cultural research and interpretation.
. General exploration.
. Camel handling and management.
. Outdoor camping and navigation.
. Casual atmosphere with no hectic schedules.

. Most treks are also able to incorporate a look at:
. Remains of the original single wire Overland Telegraph Line, the adjacent camel servicing pad and remains of the isolated Peake Overland Telegraph Line Repeater Station, copper mine and pastoral ruins.
. Faint remains of the original north-south Wagon Road, along which central Australia was settled – the original Stuart Highway proper.
. Impressive artesian mound springs and spring flows that vent on a fault line along the eastern edge of the Kingston, Denison and Davenport Ranges.
. Evidence of early Aboriginal occupation.
. Unique Australian wildlife such us the euro, Red kangaroo, emu, echidna, Bourke parrot, dingo and much more.
. Old copper mines, stone miner’s hut ruins and original copper roads used by early pioneering miners.

. Operates:
. Departing William Creek or specified location at 1600. See Explore the Ouback Camel Safaris for further details.

Desert Camel Trek 5 Days – EOCS01

The five day desert trek offers a memorable look into the remote, heritage-rich and beautiful desert country about the Oodnadatta Track (west of Lake Eyre) in Outback South Australia. With a focus on ecological and cultural research/survey, each trek is uniquely different and intriguingly educational.

. As Explore the Outback Camel Safaris is a research based camel trek operation, no two treks are the same, however each trek incorporates:
. Four days of remote outback camel riding.
. Wildlife identification and bird watching.
. Historic research and interpretation.
. Ecological and cultural research and interpretation.
. General exploration.
. Camel handling and management.
. Outdoor camping and navigation.
. Casual atmosphere with no hectic schedules.

. This Explore the Outback product is Advance Ecotourism Accredited with Ecotourism Australia.

. Most treks are also able to incorporate a look at:
. Remains of the original single-wire Overland Telegraph Line, the adjacent camel servicing pad and remains of the isolated Peake Overland Telegraph Line Repeater Station, copper mine and pastoral ruins.
. Faint remains of the original north-south Wagon Road, along which central Australia was settled – the original Stuart Highway proper.
. Impressive artesian mound springs and spring flows that vent on a fault line along the eastern edge of the Kingston, Denison and Davenport Ranges.
. Unique Australian wildlife such us the euro, Red kangaroo, emu, echidna, Bourke parrot, dingo and much more.
. Evidence of early Aboriginal occupation.
. Old copper mines, stone miner’s hut ruins and original copper roads used by early pioneering miners.

. Operates:
. Most Thursdays between April and October (inclusive), departing William Creek or specified location at 1600. See Explore the Outback Camel Safaris website for further details. Pickup available ex Coober Pedy.

Activites and Experiences at Explore The Outback Camel Safaris

  • National Tourism Accreditation Program NATIONAL TOURISM ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
  • Birdwatching BIRDWATCHING
  • Bushwalking BUSHWALKING
  • Camel Riding
  • Camping CAMPING
  • Flora FLORA
  • Animal Riding ANIMAL RIDING
  • Spotlighting SPOTLIGHTING
  • Bush Tucker BUSH TUCKER
  • Animal Viewing ANIMAL VIEWING
  • Walking WALKING
  • Direct
  • Inbound
  • Retail
  • Wholesale
  • Car park
  • Active
  • Adventure ADVENTURE
  • Eco Tourism ECO TOURISM
  • Educational EDUCATIONAL
  • Environmental ENVIRONMENTAL
  • Flora and Fauna FLORA AND FAUNA
  • Historic/Heritage HISTORIC/HERITAGE
  • Nature based NATURE BASED
  • Off road OFF ROAD
  • Outback OUTBACK
  • Remote REMOTE
  • Wildlife WILDLIFE
  • English English
  • Bankcard
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Camel CAMEL

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