What is included in the tour price?
We are one of the very few tour operators that offer a product that is ‘all inclusive’. Once the tour fee is paid, you don’t have to spend more except for alcohol, softdrinks, souvenirs or other personal items. We offer an all-inclusive product of meals, accommodation, activities and national park fees. We provide all the camping and catering equipment necessary to run a comfortable tour. We also provide linen and good-quality sleeping bags for an enjoyable
sleep in one of our comfy swags. Yes. Our tours shown online are the most popular ones and give you an idea on how your trip could look like and how much it will costs. Feel free to email us with any questions you may have about changing the itinerary or putting together your own customized tour. Changes will
result in different prices, either higher or lower depending on what you would like. Shorter itineraries or elimination of activities can bring the price further down.

How many people can go on a trip?
We can cater for groups of any size. The prices on our website are for groups from 12 to 18 passengers. For different group prices please contact us via email. Contact-us

What is a swag?
A swag is a traditional Australian outdoor bed. It is made from canvas, has a waterproof bottom with a foam matress inside and with the addition of a sleeping bag it will keep you warm and comfortable throughout the night.

What should I bring?
You’ll need to bring all your personal gear, like clothing, footwear, toiletries, cameras and such. Specific needs depend on your tour itinerary, but always remember a hat, sunscreen, torch, water bottle to carry 1.5 – 3 liters of water, a towel, insect repellent, swimming gear and a comfortable daypack.

What is the food like on your tours?
We enjoy healthy, good quality food. There is plenty of variety with fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and vegetarian food. We can cater for vegetarians and other dietary requirements. Travelling into remote areas has limitations as to the variety of produce we can obtain. Please, provide details of important dietary needs when you make your booking. We supply all the food required including coffee, tea, drinking water and snacks. However, you may have your own personal preference for snacks or comfort food that you’d like to have a personal stash of while on your holiday.

Do you supply alcohol?
You may bring your own supply of alcohol if you wish, and we are able to store a limited amount in our trailer. We do our best to keep your drinks cold, but in warmer months, this is secondary to keeping your food fresh. Some of our trips include wine or beer, please check tour inclusions when you book your trip.

What about shower and toilet facilities?
If we go camping, we stay at designated campgrounds with shower and toilet facilities. But if you wish we can camp away from civilization without shower and with toilets in the bush.

Can we upgrade our accommodation?
Depending on money you want to spend tours can be arranged either budget,
intermediate or luxurious. Budget – multiple share/backpacker facilities. Intermediate – single or double rooms in 2 or 3 star hotels. Luxury – 4 star hotels and bed/breakfast.

How much fitness is required for the tours?
Because our tours are tailor made to your needs, we can go on shorter walks or longer hikes. Our tours are a good mix of action and free time. Enjoy a nap while sitting relaxed in a comfortable air conditioned bus and have enough energy to participate in our activities. Private tours are a great way to customize a tour to a groups level of fitness and interests. We had groups aged into their 80’s and children as young as 10 in a family group.

Can I charge my phone or camera during the trip?
Hotels, most hostels and campsites we stay at will have power points for you to charge your phone or camera during the trip, however you must remember to bring your own universal adapter if required.

Should I have travel insurance?
We recommend passengers have personal travel insurance to cover loss or damage to property, illness or injury.