WA's coral coast spans a vast area just north of Perth. More than 1100 kms of white beaches, outback desert and laid-back coastal towns greet you on this beautiful stretch of our country. We have put a tour together for you to enjoy these very special spots, all done at a leisurely pace, in air-conditioned comfort, and staying in motel accommodation. Our tour is almost full already but there are still seats available so pick up the phone and give us a call. The tour runs for 12 days, starting with a flight from Perth to Broome, and then making our way down the coast. Tour highlights of the glorious coral coast include sunset fish and chips dinner on Cable Beach in Broome; a visit to 80 Mile Beach - famous for its long stretch of white sandy shores (and we stay at nearby Pardoo Station - a little oasis in the desert); a short trip inland to Karijini National Park to visit the picturesque Dale's Gorge, Fortescue Falls, Circular Pool, and Fern Pool (if it's warm enough you may even like to try a dip in this pool); and a chance to meet the world-famous Monkey Mia dolphins at Monkey Mia. A visit to the Coral Coast wouldn't be the same without seeing the dolphins! A tour of WA's coral coast must also include a visit to Kalbarri and we certainly do that on this tour too. At Kalbarri we visit Nature's Window, the Loop, Z-Bend Gorge and Red Bluff Lookout. We have also included, at no extra cost, three cruises - one on the Ningaloo Reef on a glass-bottom boat, one at Monkey Mia on the bay, and a beautiful sunset cruise at Kalbarri on the Murchison River. You will certainly have plenty of opportunities to see our
WA’s coral coast spans a vast area just north of Perth. More than 1100 kms of white beaches, outback desert and laid-back coastal towns greet you on this beautiful stretch
The Kimberley is famous for its boab trees, rugged mountain ranges, and long winding rivers. To many though, the Kimberley seems a beautiful yet unreachable Australian destination. The combination of travelling distance, cost, and rugged unknown can make it a little bit daunting, especially if you are on a budget or travelling on your own. We at Aussie Redback Tours have put together a very affordable tour that takes you to the places you see in the brochures, not only see its famous boabs, but also visiting the stunning Lake Argyle (helicopter flight over the lake included in your fare), famous El Questro Station, magnificent Emma Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, and the picturesque Cockburn Ranges. Our "Kimberley Dreaming" tour also includes a cruise on the enormous Ord River where you will learn all about its fascinating history, size, and irrigation system. We also take you to the historical Durack Homestead, the unique Zebra Rock Gallery, and Australia's own China Wall! If you wish, and at your own expense, you can take an optional flight over the beautiful Bungle Bungles. Our 9 day tour departs 28 June 2018, is fully accommodated (no camping) and includes flights from Perth to Kununurra, and Broome to Perth, daily breakfasts, most dinners and some lunches, a professional team to join you, and comfortable vehicle to travel in. Price starts at $3,640 per person, twin share. Contact Aussie Redback Tours on 1300 662 026 or firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a full itinerary and to reserve your seat.
The Kimberley is famous for its boab trees, rugged mountain ranges, and long winding rivers. To many though, the Kimberley seems a beautiful yet unreachable Australian destination. The combination of
Starting in Western Australia and finishing in the Northern Territory, the Great Central Road is a picturesque wonder of scenery and wildlife. It takes in some of Australia’s iconic amazing outback such as the Great Simpson Desert, Petermann Ranges, Giles Weather Station, Lasseter’s Cave, Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Uluru (Ayers Rock). There has been talk for years now about bituminizing this road. It is one of the last outback frontiers tracks in Australia and it would be a crying shame if this happens, as every truckie in the country would use it. This year we will be running a 13-day tour of this area. The tour also visits Kings Canyon, Alice Springs, (with its diverse landscapes and colours of the McDonnell Ranges), the multicultural town of Coober Pedy, (one of the largest towns in SA and home to 92% of the worlds opals), Woomera (famous for its history as a rocket test range), and Port Augusta on the Spencer’s Gulf. We cover three states in this tour at a leisurely pace, so you have time to take it all in and marvel at what a wonderful country we live in and wonder how our pioneering ancestors survived. We enjoy two nights at Uluru, two nights at Alice Springs and two nights in Coober Pedy, so we can really enjoy ourselves without rushing. This is a fully accommodated 13-day tour (no camping), which includes most meals, entries and attractions, and a return flight to Perth. The experience of travelling this road will stay with you forever and leave you longing for more of our stunning outback. The tour leaves on 02 April 2018. If you would like a full itinerary of this tour, please call us at Aussie Redback tours on 1300 662 026.
Starting in Western Australia and finishing in the Northern Territory, the Great Central Road is a picturesque wonder of scenery and wildlife. It takes in some of Australia’s iconic amazing
We at Aussie Redback Tours really do love bringing people together. We take pride in giving our passengers relaxing, fun filled, exciting tours, bringing people together from all over the country to make new friendships and wonderful memories. We love getting to know our passengers and we have made some lovely friendships over the last three years, with passengers who continue to support us with their repeat business. All walks of life enjoy our tours, even those who have ongoing aliments; some with underlying medical conditions, and some with grief from losing a loved one. One of our passengers, Barbara (pictured with a shandy on our recent Christmas Lunch Mystery Tour) has undergone countless medical procedures, but that doesn’t stop her. She shows a determination to get on with life while she can. Barbara has told us that “It hasn’t been the best year for my health, but it ended up Ok. I have osteo-arthritis in my knees and need a knee replacement, but that’s on hold now as I have just finished six months of chemo for Waldestrom - a type of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Two weeks after treatment I took off to Tasmania with Aussie Redback Tours, which helped me get over it. Even my pacemaker behaved itself this year! I find mixing with the other lovely passengers, whether it be on day tours or extended tours, certainly is the best medicine out! lol, but I’m sure there are people out there that have been through a lot more than me”. This is just one example of one of our passengers who lives life to the fullest while she can, and it certainly has opened our eyes to how we should all tackle life. Our advice is to get out there, get on with it and enjoy your twilight
We at Aussie Redback Tours really do love bringing people together. We take pride in giving our passengers relaxing, fun filled, exciting tours, bringing people together from all over the
You may be wondering what cherries, gnomes and country music have in common. They are all part of Aussie Redback Tours two-day tour in December. The “Manjimup Cherry Festival / Gnomesville” tour departs on Saturday the 9th of December and returns on the 10th, and is a wonderful way to get away before the crazy Christmas season begins. This is a very popular tour, and last year we were fully booked. On this tour we have such an interesting time pondering over stalls, visiting exhibits, tasting cherries, and enjoying the good old country charm of Manjimup. We stay in Bridgetown for the night and enjoy a delicious dinner and breakfast, then visit the famous Harvey Dickson Music Centre in Boyup Brook on Sunday morning. What a fascinating place! Memorabilia surrounds you in every direction and it’s hard to steal yourself away. Our last stop before heading back to Perth is the ever-growing and ever-popular Gnomesville. Gnomes can be seen everywhere and it’s so much fun to stop and read the little plaques and signs left with the gnomes by people from everywhere! The tour includes something to tantalise all your five senses and it really is value-for-money. If you'd like to join us, don't wait. You really do need to contact us now. Phone 1300 662 026, email email@example.com or contact us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AussieRedbackTours/
You may be wondering what cherries, gnomes and country music have in common. They are all part of Aussie Redback Tours two-day tour in December. The “Manjimup Cherry Festival /
These are words that people often associate with Tasmania, along with "rugged", "forests", and "apple isle". Tasmania, or "Tassie" as it is colloquially named, is a very popular tourist spot for Australians and overseas visitors. It has such a diverse range of spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, gourmet food and wine, and it's a perfect island to explore in a short time. Since the first European sighting in 1642, Tassie has seen many changes - politically, socially, and environmentally, and its history is a mix of good and bad. It has seen tensions between early settlers and the Aboriginals; the establishment of convict-based settlements; its proclamation as a separate colony in 1856; major loss of life and property in the 1976 Tasmanian Fires; the Port Arthur massacre in 1996, and the Beaconsfield mine collapse in 2006. It is also known for the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger - a stripe-backed marsupial which resembled a wild dog. Whilst there is a lot of bad history, the state of Tasmania has used the adversity to establish itself as a major tourist destination, and tourists flock there every year. If you'd like to go, we have a tour to Tasmania in November and there are still seats available. We have carefully planned the tour so that you take in many of the best sightseeing spots at a leisurely pace, with lots of extras thrown in. The tour runs from Wed 01 to Sun 12 November 2017 (12 Days), and is competitively priced from $4,370 per person (or $4,320 for Seniors). The price includes flights Perth-Hobart-Perth, Port Arthur, Wall of Wood, Lake St Clair, Russell Falls, Gordon River Cruise, Wineglass Bay cruise, Bridestowe Lavender Estate, motel accommodation, most meals, and much much more! To come with us to Tassie or to receive a full itinerary, please
These are words that people often associate with Tasmania, along with “rugged”, “forests”, and “apple isle”. Tasmania, or “Tassie” as it is colloquially named, is a very popular tourist spot
When you hear WA wildflowers, you probably think everlastings, but you know, there are so many other beautiful flowers to see during WA's spring season. The winter rains have come and gone this year, bringing with them the opportunity for our wildflowers to grow. We have already had a successful four-day tour and two one-day tours, visiting our national parks and country areas, spotting the ever-popular WA wildflowers such as everlastings, donkey orchids, wattles, wreath flowers, blue leschenaultia, dampiera and more. Now it's time to visit the WA wildflowers in the south and south-east, and it's not too late for you to book on the tour we have planned. We'll be visiting Hyden, Newdegate, Lake King, Ravensthorpe, Fitzgerald National Park, Hopetoun, and the Stirling Ranges, looking out for flowers in every direction. The places we visit have hundreds of species of wildflowers and amongst them we should find spider orchids, morning irises, swamp bottlebrushes, scarlet banksias, southern cross flowers, five pointed stars, and painted ladies, to name a few. We even hope to stumble upon the very rare Queen of Sheba orchid! Let's keep our fingers crossed for that one! The tour runs for four days from Saturday 21 to Tuesday 24 October 2017 and is a very reasonably-priced $1,100 (+$250 for single supplement). The price includes motel accommodation, air-conditioned vehicle, three breakfasts, three dinners, entry to all national parks, and our wildflower guide from Kings Park who will help you find and identify flowers each day. There's not a lot this lady doesn't know! For more information about our tour, or to book to see the amazing south WA wildflowers, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 662 026 for a full itinerary. Seats are filling fast, so don't hesitate - contact us now! We are also on Facebook,
When you hear WA wildflowers, you probably think everlastings, but you know, there are so many other beautiful flowers to see during WA’s spring season. The winter rains have come
Imagine yourself travelling on the iconic Gibb River Road, or walking through the towering Bungle Bungle Range, or even marvelling at the ancient boabs that dot the Kimberley. If you have wanted to do this, Aussie Redback Tours have three amazing tours to the Kimberley in 2017 to experience the beauty and grandeur of the area, with its mind blowing scenery and its powerful presence. Our 14 day Gibb River – Bungle Bungles tour, which leaves on the 10th of June takes us to places people only dream of, such as Bells Gorge (pictured), Galvins Gorge, the unbelievable Cockburn Ranges, El Questro, Cambridge Gulf, Cathedral Gorge (in the Bungle Bungles), and Hidden Valley, just to name a few! We make sure we enjoy each spot and have time to immerse ourselves in one of the world’s most pristine untouched landscapes in the world. Our 9 day Kimberley Dreaming tour, departing on the 23rd of July will take us to Kununurra, Tunnel Creek, Lake Argyle, Keep National Park, El Questro, Windjana Gorge, China Wall, Geikie Gorge and more. This tour would suit those wanting just a taste of the Kimberley but be warned, it will leave you wanting more! Our 11 day Kimberley Landscapes Art Tour departs on the 27th of May and has been tailored for artists and photographers to spend extra time in different locations to really capture the spirit of the Kimberley on paper and canvas. Well-known Australian artist, Greg Allen, will be our tutor for this tour. This year the Kimberley experienced an above-average wet season which means we hope be treated to some of the most colourful scenery the area has ever seen. If you've ever wanted to travel to the Kimberley, now is the time! All of the tours include the opportunity to fly by
Imagine yourself travelling on the iconic Gibb River Road, or walking through the towering Bungle Bungle Range, or even marvelling at the ancient boabs that dot the Kimberley. If you
What an amazing and interesting "music, opals and silver" tour we've just had, visiting parts of South Australia, NSW, and Victoria. The tour focused on the Tamworth Country Music Festival, complete with buskers and street acts, well-known musicians such as Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar-Daley, Beccy Cole, and Kasey Chambers to name a few, stalls, street events, a cavalcade, and fireworks. The atmosphere was electric with something for everyone, and we were especially pleased to see local talent Kimberley Gold get to the finals in the buskers competition. Other than the festival, we travelled to the famous opal town of Lightning Ridge where we caught our breaths, stayed two nights, and were treated to a fascinating underground walk-in mine tour on one of the days. And yes, an opal or two was purchased! Lightning Ridge is a very interesting outback country town with lots to see and do, and some unusual characters to meet. Another major stop on the tour included Broken Hill (famous for silver, lead and zinc), where we visited the miners memorial, the famous Palace Hotel (much of the movie "Priscilla Queen of the Desert" was filmed here), the living desert sculptures, and Silverton (where we met country music singer Catherine Britt). Other highlights on the tour included a paddle boat cruise on the Murray River in Mildura; the Parkes Observatory (where some of the film "The Dish" was filmed); the Bread Knife in the Warrambungles; the Back O' Bourke Visitor Centre; and the beautiful historic town of Burra. The tour was made even more successful with the country hospitality in towns we stayed at, particularly The Cameo Inn at West Wyalong. Gail, the owner, is one of the nicest people we have met on our tours. She runs her motel like a top notch five star motel,
What an amazing and interesting “music, opals and silver” tour we’ve just had, visiting parts of South Australia, NSW, and Victoria. The tour focused on the Tamworth Country Music Festival,
It's just 52 days until the 2017 Tamworth Country Music Festival starts, and we are going to be there for the last four days of the Festival! The Tamworth Country Music Festival is an annual event held in Tamworth, NSW, and features numerous concerts and live performances at various venues in the town. Famous country musicians and vocalists attend, making this one of the world's top 10 music festivals. There are free shows every day and night in the park and streets, buskers, stalls, activities and street performers - something for everyone! Tickets can also be purchased for special events. The line-up for 2017 includes John Williamson, the Bushwackers, Lee Kernaghan, the McClymonts, 4 Highwaymen, Carter and Carter, Beccy Cole, Troy Cassar Daley to name a few..... We put together a special tour, by popular request, and have included some famous outback towns along the way there and back. Lightning Ridge (black opal capital of the world), Broken Hill (the first city of Australia to be included on the national heritage list due to its outstanding heritage significance to the country), and the famous "Back-o-Bourke" are just a few of those towns. The combination of Australian country music and hospitality and significant outback towns make this a tour that will be remembered for years to come. Dates for the tour are Mon 23 Jan - Sun 05 Feb 2017 (14 Days), including flights Perth-Adelaide-Perth. If you want more information including a full itinerary, please call us on 1300 662 026. Limited seats available!
It’s just 52 days until the 2017 Tamworth Country Music Festival starts, and we are going to be there for the last four days of the Festival! The Tamworth Country