3 Day Scenic Outback Adventure Tour

Special Tour Availability: 2021-03-01
Birdsville QLD 4482, Australia Brisbane & Gold Coast, Hosted Groups, Small Group Touring, Solo Travel, Couples


Fly west over 2,000km into the Outback and experience some of the most remote and iconic parts of Australia on this 3 day Scenic Outback Adventure.

Travelling over three days in a private Cessna Caravan, enjoy a birds eye view of the incredible colours and landscapes below.  Departing from the Gold Coast, your Outback Adventure will drop into Charleville, Birdsville, William Creek, Innamincka, Cunnamulla and overfly Big Red, the Goyder Lagoon and Lake Eyre.

Explore the Cooper Creek, Innamincka and spend the day at Charlotte Plains Cattle Station, soaking in their hot water artesian bore whilst gaining an appreciation for station life. These iconic Australian towns will give you a true taste of the Australian Outback, without driving for weeks to see it!


All flights on a Seair touring aircraft from the Gold Coast
Accommodation at the Birdsville and Innamincka Hotels
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks during tour
All tours and transfers, including sunset drinks (beer, wine and soft drink)


From $3,750 per person (no single supplement)


Valid until further notice.


2021 Departure Dates
22 May, 2021
19 Jun, 2021
10 July, 2021
24 July, 2021

Seair Cessna Caravan

Heading west into the heart of Australia, Seair Touring takes you on a journey to some of the most remote and iconic parts of Australia. Travelling in a private Cessna Caravan, enjoy a bird’s eye view of the incredible colours and landscapes of the Australian Outback.

Departing from the Gold Coast, fly west over 2,000km into the Outback dropping into Birdsville, Lake Eyre, William Creek, Innamincka and Cunnamulla. These iconic Australian towns give guests a true taste of the Australian outback.

Begin by exploring the Central Queensland Town of Charleville, home of the Royal Flying Doctor Service base, a vital lifeline for remote Australians. Discover the RFDS museum and take a look inside their state-of-the-art Charleville base. Continuing west, further into the Outback, arriving into Birdsville by overflying the iconic Birdsville Racecourse just before landing and taxiing the aircraft right out the front of the Birdsville Hotel!

The Birdsville Hotel built in 1884, has been a weathered sandstone refuge for weary travellers from all around the world for over 130 years. A destination in its own right, enjoy a cold beer as you take in the spirit and character of this historic pub.

No visit to Birdsville is complete without a 4WD trip out to Big Red. Big Red is the first major sand dune of the Simpson Desert and is an idyllic location to watch the sun go down while sitting on one of the tallest of the 1,100 vivid red sand dunes. Spend the evening at the Birdsville Hotel conversing with fellow travellers, some of whom have been driving for days to get there.

Day Two begins with a magnificent scenic flight over Big Red and the Simpson Dessert. Flying south and leaving Queensland into South Australia, your pilot will follow along the Diamantina River at low level through the Goyder Lagoon and then along the Warrburton River into the northern tip of Lady Eyre (North). While tracking south over Lake Eyre (North) your pilot will climb to allow you to see the sheer size of the 9,500 square km lake from your vantage point overhead. Lake Eyre is the largest lake in Australia. Renown for the amazing and changing colours of its surface, the only wat to appreciate the scale of Lake Eyre is from above!

Up next, stopping into the unique outback town of William Creek for a quick lunch break, make sure to grab a cold beer at the only pub in town, the William Creek Hotel.

Day Two continues following Lake Eyre (South) and onto the infamous ‘Marree Man’ before continuing north of Lake Eyre to follow the Cooper Creek to Innamincka to the famous Australian ‘Dig Tree’.

Stepping back in time, learn about Burke & Wills and their incredible story of exploration across Australia. Overnight at the Innamincka Hotel, enjoy a hardy outback dinner and drinks before getting a good night rest for the final day.

On the final day, your pilot transports you back east and returning into Queensland and stopping at Charlotte Plains Cattle Station. Still a working cattle station, Charlotte Plains remains home to several thousand head of sheep. Robyn your host introduces you to the unique lifestyle and challenges of an outback station. Charlotte Plains is also home to an artesian bore, spend the afternoon soaking in the stations insta worthy bathtubs enjoying the toasty warm waters.

Finally returning to civilisation you tour returns into the Gold Coast early in the evening. Wish your fellow travellers farewell and your 3-day Outback Adventure concludes!


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*Prices are per adult in Australian dollars. NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT APPLIES.

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Total: $3,750 From $3,750 /person