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Oodnadatta Track, Lake Eyre, Coober Pedy, Gawler Ranges, Whale Watching.
10 Days/ 9 Nights

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Prices Valid April 1st, 2017 - March 31st, 2018


All meals, accommodation/camp fees, camping equipment, entry to attractions, third party tours (when applicable), National Park fees, Adelaide accommodation transfers.


Day 1

  Adelaide – Woomera

             Depart Adelaide 0730hrs

             Travel via Clare, Melrose and Pt Augusta to Woomera

             Visit the Sevenhill Winery, Woomera Heritage Centre

             O/N Woomera

Day 2

     Woomera – Coward Springs/William Creek

            Travel to William Creek via Roxby Downs, the Bore field Road.

            Visit Lake Eyre South, the Mound Springs, Coward Springs and the William Creek Pub.

            Overnight: William Creek and have a cold beer with the locals or camp at Coward Springs

            an oasis in the desert.

Day 3

     William Creek/Coward Springs – Coober Pedy

            View the earthy colours of the Breakaways.

            View Australia’s longest fence and the moon plains.

            Overnight:  Coober Pedy underground accommodation (Twin Share)


  Day 4

       Coober Pedy – Gawler Ranges

            Visit Umoona Underground Tourist Complex

            Visit international Underground Motel, the Desert Cave.

           Travel to Gawler Ranges via Kingoonya and the old Stuart Highway

           Overnight: Bush camp Gawler Ranges


Day 5                

     Gawler Ranges – Pildappa Rock

           Travel through the gently rolling and peaceful hills of the Gawler Ranges.

           Observe ancient domes of volcanic rock displaying fascinating geological formations and a

           vivid array of colours.

           View shimmering salt lakes and densely vegetated sand hills that bloom with wildflowers

           after rain.

           Visit an old stone dam and the organ pipes

           You will see some of the 140 species of birds recorded in the Ranges as well as numerous

           other native animals.

          Overnight: Bush Camp Pildappa Rock.

Day 6

    Pildappa Rock – Fowlers Bay

          Travel along the Eyre Highway named after one of South Australia’s most recognised

          explorers Edward John Eyre who made the first successful east – west crossing of the

          Nullarbor (tree less) Plain.

          Visiting Ceduna, Thevenard, Penong, the world famous Cactus surfing Beach, Pt Sinclair

          and Fowlers Bay.

         Overnight: Fowlers Bay.


Day 7

    Fowlers Bay – Ceduna

         Continue along the Eyre Highway to the Head of the Great Australia Bight for whale watching

         from the spectacular Bunda Cliffs of the Nullarbor Coastline.

         After Whale Watching for a few hours we return to the Eyre Highway and travel back to Ceduna          Overnight: Ceduna


Day 8

    Ceduna – Baird Bay

         Follow the rugged Eyre Peninsula coastline visiting popular local fishing, surfing and

         swimming beaches.

         Visit the popular seaside town of Streaky Bay, Cape Bauer, whistling rocks, blowholes and

         Pt Labatt sea lion colony.

         Overnight: Baird Bay

 Day 9

     Baird Bay - Elliston

          Take a boat tour on Baird Bay to have a close at hand experience with Australian Sea Lions

          and an opportunity to swim with the sea lions. (weather permitting)

          After the swim we continue along the Flinders Highway to Elliston viewing more spectacular

          coastline including the Talia Cave and sinkhole as well some unusual granite outcrops,

          Murphy’s Haystacks and a cliff top sculpture drive.

          Overnight: Elliston

Day 10

     Elliston – Adelaide

          Travel the Birdseye Highway to Lock, Rudall then to Darke Peak and Waddikee to visit one of

          the best private mineral collections in Australia.

          From Waddikee we travel to the Eyre Highway for our final leg back to Adelaide passing the

          Middleback Ranges composed of large resources of iron ore that gave birth to the Australian

          steel industry.

          Return Adelaide 1800hrs (Approx)