Welcome to Aussie Redback Tours
Dedicated tours especially designed for seniors, artists, and groups
Let us show you
Uluru, the Olgas, King’s Canyon, Gibb River Road, and the Bungle Bungles
Esperance, Albany, Shark Bay, and the dramatic east coast
The Kimberley, Kakadu, Litchfield, and Karijini
Tasmania, Norfolk Island, and Kangaroo Island
The Great Sandy Desert and the Great Central Road
Indigenous culture and art
Silverton, Broken Hill, and Coober Pedy
Crocodiles, dingoes, kangaroos, brolgas and more….
Australia is such a wonderful country to explore and we want to share that experience with you. We offer value-for-money tours, less travelling time, extra attractions, and smaller groups to allow for more intimate authentic opportunities. We’re not about matching hats, waving flags, or big buses. That may work for some people, but not us. We tune into why you’re travelling, what you want to get out of the trip, and how we can make that happen. Sometimes that means opting out of an activity and having more “downtime” instead so you explore on your own. You’ll never feel rushed on our tours.
Also if you are part of a group – sporting, social, or otherwise – we can put a group booking together for you, with a generous discounted rate (minimum number required).
For more information, contact us on 1300 662 026, send us a letter to P.O. Box 2302, Clarkson WA 6030, or email Aussie Redback Tours.
Coronavirus (COVID19) – Latest Updates
11.40 am Tuesday 24 March 2020 (WST)
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, on 22 March 2020, the Prime Minster of Australia, Honourable Scott Morrison declared that ‘all non-essential travel is to be cancelled’ within Australia. As a result, Aussie Redback Tours will suspend all tours until 30 June 2020. Aussie Redback Tours will continue to monitor government announcements and reserves the right to update its terms and conditions, tours and travel arrangements accordingly.
We are grateful for your support through this difficult and challenging time, and encourage everyone to be kind to one another while we get through this global crisis.
Aussie Redback Tours Coronavirus (COVID-19) – General Information
10.00 am Tuesday 17 March 2020 (WST)
During this time of uncertainty, we would like to reassure you that we are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously and the health and safety of our passengers and staff is paramount to us. Our thoughts go out to all those who have been affected, and we are committed to helping avoid any future contamination. We have carried out deep cleanings after any usage of our vehicles to ensure that each vehicle is sanitized and disinfected (this is an ongoing process).
Despite this being a challenging time for all, we are pleased to let you know that all our tours are still departing without any major restrictions at this time, and all precautions are being put in place as to the Australian Government Health Organisation recommendations. Regular updates will be announced on this page.
We are pleased to see that the world is truly working together to solve this unforeseen health issue. Our team is standing by to answer any concerns you may have, regarding future tours with Aussie Redback Tours.
Pinnacles Lobster Lunch
Sun 07 June 2020
$115 pp (Seniors $105)
This popular day tour takes you to the Nambung National Park, famous for the very fascinating ancient Pinnacles. We’ll have morning tea at the Pinnacles, followed by a delicious lobster lunch and glass of wine or beer at the newly-renovated Cervantes Lobster Shack, and an afternoon ice cream stop on the way back to Perth.
Fri 03 to Thu 09 April 2020 (7 days)
$3,340 pp (Seniors $3,190) Single Supp $520
Join us on a journey along one of Australia’s most popular tourist drives – the Great ocean Road. Visit the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, the towns of Warrnambool, Mt Gambier, Murray Bridge, and Mannum, finishing in beautiful Adelaide.
Fri 01 to Wed 13 May 2020 (13 days)
$4,440 (Seniors $4,250) Single Supp $850
A tour for those who wish to discover the spectacular scenery of our red centre, including the amazing size of iconic Uluru, the beauty of nearby Kata Tjuta, and the Coober Pedy “moonscape”.