Why drive for days? Take an air tour instead.
An air tour of Australia is really the only way to see this huge country. Why drive for days or weeks even, when you can fly there in a few hours, comfortable, bump and dust free. Let us show you an Australia air tour.
Lake Eyre & Outback Tours
A 4 to 6 day tour of outback Australia, departing Archerfield, Brisbane. This trip includes the towns and sights of: Lightning Ridge, Broken Hill, Arkaroola, Leigh Creek, William Creek, Lake Eyre, Simpson Desert, Poeppel Corner, Birdsville, Winton, Longreach, Queensland Fraser Coast, Brisbane City. Lake Eyre currently is filling with water from Queensland and the Northern Territory. This event happens roughly once in a lifetime.
Stanthorpe Winery Tours
A one or two day tour of Stanthorpe winery region and the surrounding National parks of Girraween and it’s granite boulders. Spectacular views of the cliffs of the Scenic Rim while flying. Discover the Strange Bird wine trail. Perfect for a weekend getaway. No need to worry about a designated driver as this tour is hosted.
Maximum 9 per tour.
Dinosaurs of Australia
The focus of this tour is the area of Winton, Queensland, renowned for it’s dinosaur fossils. Other stops include Richmond and Kronosaurus Korner. Fossiking in the Hughender fossil fields and of course a visit with “Cooper”, the largest dinosaur found in Australia, at Eromanga. The itinerary also includes Longreach with visits to The Stockman and Qantas Museums and an evening on the Starlight Riverboat Cruise and the Kinnon and Co Outback Show.
Build your own trip…
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Australia is a big country with lots to see and do and you might have your own bucket list of experiences you want to get to. Talk to us about building your own travelplan to your timetable with a group of friends and family to share the experience.
Maximum tour size is 8 passengers.
For the comfort of our passengers we typically fly for 2 hours then land so you can take a break. Stops are planned so you can see a local attraction or hear from a local about the history of the area.
Tours may include some light walking options. In outback locations where you maybe visiting natural areas closed shoes are recommended.