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Outback Spirit

With more than 25 itineraries to some of Australia’s most remote and remarkable landscapes, even the most seasoned traveller will find a new pocket of Australia to explore. Outback Spirit have Australia covered with adventures from Queensland's Cape York to Tasmania's South Cape; from East Coast Islands to Western Wildflowers plus the marvels and landscapes of Australia's stunning interior.
TOTAL TRIPS: 25
AGE RANGE: 18-99 Years
BUDGET: Premium & Luxury
GUIDING STYLES:
Fully Guided Locally Guided

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Outback Spirit 4WD Adventure Tours
4WD Adventure Tours

With six wilderness lodges and safari camps, a tour with Outback Spirit has you staying in the most spectacular locations, in the most luxurious way. You’ll see the most spectacular parts of Australia with access to areas that many other operators simply can’t get to.

Outback Spirit Desert Safaris
Desert Safaris

For the true off-road experience, Outback Spirit's Desert Safari's utilise Australia’s most unique expedition vehicles - Mercedes-Benz G-Wagons. Camp in comfort with proper amenities for the whole adventure, including hot showers & flushing toilets!

Outback Spirit Luxury Short Breaks
Luxury Short Breaks

Seven Spirit Bay is one of Australia’s most iconic luxury lodges. Stunning ‘Habitat’ villas offer absolute comfort and seclusion and immerse guests in the pristine environment of Garig Gunak Barlu National Park.

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18 Days Darwin to Broome

Operator: Outback Spirit

From 14,425

10 Days Launceston to Hobart

Operator: Outback Spirit

From 7,145

13 Days Broome to Darwin

Operator: Outback Spirit

From 11,475

15 Days Adelaide to Darwin

Operator: Outback Spirit

From 11,545
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The Outback Spirit Experience Choose to travel with Outback Spirit on your next adventure!

Where will you explore this year?
Where will you explore this year?

Outback Spirit have Australia covered with adventures from Queensland's Cape York to Tasmania's South Cape; from East Coast Islands to Western Wildflowers plus the marvels and landscapes of Australia's stunning interior.

Our journeys incorporate the finest accommodation available, specialised vehicles, fine food and wine and something we could all do with a little more of – and that’s perspective. When you realise you’re one of a handful of people to see exquisite rock art that’s thousands of years old, or you’re overlooking a rugged outback landscape once covered by sea, you gain a sense of perspective that prevails over everything else.

The Mercedes-Benz Fleet
The Mercedes-Benz Fleet

When you travel with Outback Sprit, you’re guaranteed to travel in the comfort and safety of Mercedes Benz. Our 5-star 4WD coaches are the pinnacle for outback touring and for your comfort and safety include:

  • Coach reclining seats with generous legroom
  • On-board restroom
  • Television and DVD Player
  • Air-conditioning
  • Satellite communications
  • Refrigerator & Hot Water Urn

On Safari Desert expeditions, Outback Spirit’s 4WD & 6WD G Wagon fleet are particularly impressive, with the 6WD's used to carry the supplies and amenities that make the journey possible, including custom-made pods that house 2 hot-water showers and 2 flushing toilets.

Small Groups. A Better Experience
Small Groups. A Better Experience

From the very beginning, Outback Spirit has focused on offering a more personal, intimate and rewarding experience on its adventure tours. Of course, that can only be achieved by travelling in a small group of like-minded travellers. Across our entire range of adventures, you’ll travel in smaller groups of between 19 and 26 passengers, depending on the itinerary. Advantages of small group travel are many, and include:

  • A more intimate experience compared to large group tours
  • Quicker and easier to get in and out of vehicles, boats etc.
  • Make long lasting new friendships and really get to know your fellow travellers
  • Access areas that are unavailable to larger groups
  • Stay in smaller, boutique hotels and lodges
  • Enjoy more time and space at local attractions
Fully Inclusive
Fully Inclusive

Outback Spirit’s adventures are well known for their all-inclusive nature. All meals, attractions fees and activities are included in our tour fares, giving our guests peace of mind and an added level of convenience. The only things you’ll need to reach into your pocket for on-tour are drinks at dinner, a few coins for the laundromat or the odd souvenir!

Every Outback Spirit tour includes iconic and exclusive attractions and activities. Travel with us and you’ll see the most spectacular parts of Australia with access to areas that many other operators simply can’t get to.

Passionate & Experienced guides
Passionate & Experienced guides

A tour can be a great success or dismal failure based purely on the performance and abilities of the guide. That’s exactly why we employ, recruit & train the best in the industry. Highly professional, passionate and always willing to go the extra mile, our guides provide a seamless touring experience.

With you throughout your adventure, they’ll attend to your needs and provide valuable insights into the culture, history and wildlife of the region you’re exploring and Outback Spirit drivers require a minimum 10 years heavy vehicle driving experience before taking the wheel of one of large 4WD coaches, which is yet another example of our commitment to passenger safety.

Finest Accommodation
Finest Accommodation

On every Outback Spirit adventure you’ll experience a range of different accommodation types that capture the very essence of each location. Hand-picked for their unique attributes, the properties we use are generally the very best available in each location and are situated to maximise your enjoyment.

From luxurious hotels and resorts to overnight stays in outstanding wilderness camps or lodges, many of these exclusive to Outback Spirit guests. Often the highlight of your trip, these stays are situated in remote strategic locations that all boast something unique or special.

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Outback Spirit FAQ's Frequently asked questions for those considering travelling with Outback Spirit

Who travels on your tours?
Yes, we visit some amazing places that children will love, however our tours are not geared to cater specifically for children. Most of our passengers are retirees, generally aged 55 and over. A parent or guardian must accompany children at all times whilst on tour. Children travel at adult fares.
How many people will be on the tour?
Our maximum group size ranges from 19 to 26 passengers. Each itinerary page displays the group size for that particular journey.
What walking/fitness level is required on tour?
Most of our tour itineraries contain guided sightseeing walks to natural attractions. As such, passengers are required to have a reasonable level of fitness in order to participate. Walks on tours vary in length, but typical tour walks include steps up to a lookout or vantage point, shorter walks ranging from...read more 100m – 400m and longer walks and hikes ranging from 2 - 5km.

Walks can be over uneven, natural terrain and some may be over slippery rocks. Walks are undertaken during the day and can be exposed to full sun. If passengers feel they are unable to participate in the walk on the day, alternative arrangements will be made with adequate provision for passenger comfort and safety.
Does a Single Supplement apply for solo travellers?
Yes, a single supplement applies for solo passengers travelling on their own. You will then have the room to yourself.

You can advise that you are willing to share a room with a stranger. In this case, you will still pay the single supplement but one month prior to travel, you will be contacted if there...read more is someone of the same gender who is also willing to share. If you both agree to share, each single supplement will be refunded. Due to privacy, we cannot disclose any information about the other guest. You're unable to change back to a single room once this has been arranged. 
Are meals included on tour?
For breakfast a variety of cereals are available each day, with a cooked breakfast some days. Lunch consists of freshly made sandwiches and wraps. Dinner is a hearty hot meal cooked in our camp kitchen or roasted over the coals in a camp oven.  
Can I book extra accommodation for the start or end of the tour?
Yes, in partnership with Outback Spirit your Global Journeys Travel Advisor can book additional accommodation either side of your trip at the same hotels you'll be staying at on tour.
When is the best times to travel with Outback Spirit?
The Outback Spirit touring season encompasses the best time of the year to travel. Peak season in Australia’s outback is during the winter months with the shoulder season in late autumn and spring.

Cooler destinations such as Tasmania are ideal in spring and summer, East Coast Islands peak in spring...read more as do the wildflowers of Western Australia. For a unique Kimberley experience we recommend Outback Spirit 's Wet Season tour where you fly through the Kimberley region and get to witness the spectacular transformation that take place during the wet.
Can I fly in/out the same day as the tour commences/concludes?
Yes, this is possible as long as your flights coincide with your Outback Spirit tour. We feel travellers often like to acclimatise before the tour, so we recommend arriving a day prior to the tour departure. It helps ease your angst if the flight you have booked is delayed and the tour is departing on the same...read more day.
When will I receive my final travel itinerary?
We'll send your final tour documentation 2-3 weeks prior to departure. Included with your tour documentation will be Outback Spirit luggage tags and a regional touring map.  Your final tour documentation will include pick up and drop off details for your particular tour.
Do I need any cash or credit cards on tour?
 Yes, however the only items that you will need to pay for are souvenirs and dinner drinks with your evening meal. EFTPOS facilities are available at each property, and at most galleries and souvenir shops.
On Outback's Desert Safari/Camping Tours do I set up my own tent?
You will be responsible for putting up and taking down your own tent and sleeping equipment. Your crew will demonstrate the setting up of the tent on the first night of camping. It is expected that passengers are able to assemble and disassemble their own tents. 
What sleeping equipment is provided on a Desert Safari/Camping Tour?
Outback Spirit provide your tent, stretcher bed, self-inflating mattress, and a new sleeping bag for you to keep. The sleeping bag is rated to -5°C, flannelette lined with hollow fibre filling. The stretcher bed sits 40cm off ground and is 2m long. Head torches are supplied. You will need to bring a pillow, and...read more an inner sheet if you require one.

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