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Backpacker Adventure Tours

Backpacker Adventure Tours operate tours from Adelaide or Sydney to Alice Springs. Highlights include Broken Hill, Flinders Ranges, outback South Australia, Aboriginal culture, swim in thermal springs, helicopter flight, four wheel drive vehicle touring, bush camping with all meals and camp fees.

Touring Options

Alice Springs to Coober Pedy to Adelaide Two Day Desert Dash – BAT02

From Alice Springs take a two day dash down the Stuart Highway following the paths of our early explorers. Experience underground life in this unique opal mining town of Coober Pedy and hear the fascinating stories of how it has become the world’s largest producer of opal. Take a mine tour and sleep the night in an underground dugout. Arrive into Adelaide on Monday afternoon.

. Operates:
. Departs Alice Springs on Sundays, arrives into Adelaide on Monday afternoon.

Adelaide to Alice Springs 10 Day Tour – BAT01

Overland style ten-day four wheel drive camping tour focusing on Aboriginal culture and the outback. Visit Uluru, Coober Pedy and Broken Hill.

. Day One – Meet our vehicle at 0700 at the Central Bus Station, Adelaide (111 Franklin Street). After tour briefing, we will leave the city behind us, and head for the Outback along the remote Barrier Highway to Broken Hill. There is time for a beer at the Silverton Hotel, dubbed ‘Hollywood of the Outback’ having been used as a set in many films, including ‘Mad Max 2’, ‘A Town Like Alice’ and the ‘XXXX beer’ commercials.

. Day Two – We visit the Royal Flying Doctor base at Broken Hill and check out the many artistic wonders of this remote mining town. A few hours down the road, we arrive at an outback at an outback sheep station, meet up with a few old mates and maybe even shear a sheep. Overnight bush camp in the sand dunes.

. Days Three to Four – We meander through the Flinders ranges to Iga Warta Aboriginal Community (Adnyamanthanha) where we spend tow nights around their campfire, enjoying some indigenous songs and storytelling. Overnight camp ground, with full facilities.

. Day Five – We head north up the Oodnadatta Track, following the route of the Old Ghan train and passing the Dingo Fence, to the saltpan of Lake Eyre. After a swim in the thermal springs, we stop for a beer in the remote pub of William Creek with a population of two. Overnight bush camp.

. Day Six to Seven – We continue by the moon plain to Coober Pedy, the world opal capital, where we visit some of its unique underground dwellings and mines. Head up the Stuart Highway across the Northern Territory border skirting the Musgrave Ranges to arrive at Uluru for sunset. Overnight bush camping.

. Day Eight – Up early for sunrise, we take a leisurely walk around the base of Uluru and there is an opportunity to climb* if desired. Visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and then there is time to relax and watch the dramatic colour changes of Uluru as the sunsets. Overnight bush camping.

Day Nine to Ten – We will take a hike through the ‘Valley of the Winds’ at Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) then drive to Lilla Aboriginal Community to camp in the foothills of the George Gill Range. Hike through the dramatic Kings Canyon and take a dip in the ‘Garden of Eden’. A scenic helicopter flight from Kings Creek station puts the desert landscape into perspective. We arrive into Alice Springs that evening. Tour concludes upon arrival in Alice Springs for our ten day passengers.

. Operates:
. Departs Adelaide from Central Bus Station, 111 Franklin Street at 0700 on Wednesdays.



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