Frequently Asked Questions.


What is a Private Charter ?

On a private charter tour, you have the tour to yourself and your own personal driver guide. We design your itinerary based on your interests, whatever they may be! Whether you’re interested in Hiking, Bird watching, Photography, Fishing or just finding a remote location and taking in the scenery, we can personalise your experience. If you’re a group of friends or a solo traveler and you  want a tour to yourself – no problem – you can charter any of our scheduled tours for yourself or we can design an itinerary just for you.

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What vehicle will I be traveling in?

Tours are carried out in comfortable new air-conditioned Toyota Hilux Four Wheel Drives.

With a maximum number of 4 passengers per vehicle.

Personal luggage is carried in our purpose built Off Road Trailers along with all other necessary equipment for the tour.

Is food supplied?

On our tours we provide you with continental breakfasts daily, consisting of fruit juice, cereals, tea & coffee, toast and jams. Lunch and dinner will also be provided as indicated and these will consist of fresh salads and cold meats, sandwiches, pasta dishes, barbecues and cooked meals. We also provide storage for cold drinks and foods as we are traveling.

How much luggage can I bring?

Each passenger is encouraged to take one suitcase – although soft bags are preferred as they are easier to pack. Weight limit aprox 50 kilos. You should also have a small day bag or pack which you can carry on walks and day tours. Baggage over the prescribed limit cannot be carried without prior approval from the tour operator .

What else do I need to bring?

A jacket and warm clothes for the cooler months. Sleeping bag, Shorts, trousers and shirts for the tropics. Swimwear, a hat, sunglasses, and sun protection. Clothing should be casual and footwear comfortable. Personal toiletries  Don’t forget to bring your camera along with plenty  spare batteries. Money or credit card for personal expenses such as drinks, souvenirs and optional day tours.

Do I Need Travel Insurance?

Travel Insurance is not included with this trip. We strongly recommend that you take out comprehensive travel insurance to cover any unforeseen circumstances which may arise (including, but not limited to, health, baggage, loss of monies through cancellation, additional expenses incurred through illness or personal liability prior to travel and early return following death of a relative).

I’m not very fit, will I make it through to the tip?

Our tours have been designed to suit a reasonable level of fitness. Being able to do some walking along nature trails and cope with remoteness in the Outback is essential. People who suffer from lack of tolerance or are not of general good health should not consider going on an extended tour of this type.

Note: If you need special medication, it is advisable to bring your own adequate supply for the duration of the tour.

On this journey we are traveling to very remote regions. Occasionally things happen which may require a change to the itinerary. To enjoy the full benefit of your journey you should not be rigid with your expectations. Be flexible, open-minded and prepared for the unexpected because after all, this is outback Australia.