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14 day Adelaide to Darwin Overland tour

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About this tour: 14 Day Travel from Adelaide to Darwin on this overland adventure
Travel the length of Australia, tail to tip, on an epic overland adventure from South Australia to the Territory's Top End. Watch the landscape transition from the rolling hills of the Clare Valley into the barren terrain of the Oodnadatta Track, enjoy a bushwalk in Wilpena Pound, pass through the world's largest cattle station and spend a night below ground in Coober Pedy. Call in at a kangaroo orphanage to see what's a-hoppin', see the sights of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Kings Canyon, and then fly north for some croc spotting in the Mary River Wetlands and a taste of tropical Australia in Kakadu and Litchfield. This is the trip for those who want to experience all the Outback has to offer.

Map of our 14 day Adelaide to Darwin

Tour Name: 14 Day Adelaide to Darwin Overland

Valid:
01 April 2018 - 31 March 2019

Trip Code:
• POBAC

Trip Style:
• Basix

Trip Theme:
• Explorer, Indigenous Culture, Overland, Walking & Trekking, Wildlife

Tour Departs From:
• Default pick up: YHA Adelaide (135 Waymouth Street) @ 06.30am

Tour Departs:
• 04APR18-17OCT18: Wed

Tour Finishes:
• Select Darwin accommodation early evening day 14

Max People:
• Min 1, Max 24

Age:
• Not suitable for children. Only 18 years and over

Accommodation:
• Camping (with basic facilities) (2 nights), Camping (with shared facilities) (2 nights), Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (3 nights), Permanent, furnished tented camp (with shared facilities) (3 nights), Underground Multishare (1 night) Hostel multishare (2 nights)

Prices:
• PAOKC
AUD $3085 per person
AUD $45 per person - Additional services - Sleeping bag purchase (Basix)
• All prices are in Australian Dollars(includes 10% GST) based on per person
• Levies included: National Park park fee.
• Not suitable for children. 18 years and over

2991 Nitmiluk-National Park Katherine Gorge otpional at own expense scenic cruise of Katherine Gorge

ITINERARY

Why we love this trip
• Get back to basics with this classic twelve-day overland adventure. See the highlights and national parks of Australia's Flinders Ranges, Red Centre and Top End in rugged, authentic style
• Enjoy the flexibility of a private vehicle, the local knowledge of a passionate guide and the magic of camping under the great southern sky
• See some beautifully remote places in the Flinders ranges
• Check out one of the strangest towns in Australia - built underground •Get up early and see the sun rise over Uluru
• Learn about the ancient culture and traditions of the Limilngan-Wulna people as they invite you into their community with a traditional 'Welcome to Country'
• The Mary River Wetlands feature a wealth of wildlife, including the highest concentration of saltwater crocodiles in the southern hemisphere. Get up close to the snappy beasts on a billabong cruise
• Discover the wonders of Kakadu National Park. Get adventurous on a 4WD tour to the spectacular Jim Jim Falls and see the ancient Aboriginal rock art of Ubirr

Is this trip right for you?
• This is a basic trip, covering the highlights of Australia's Flinders Ranges, Red Centre, and Top End.
• You'll spend some nights of the trip sleeping in outback camping grounds. While conditions can be basic and facilities are minimal, this is all part of the adventure. You'll also need to pitch in with preparing meals and cleaning. This is part of the experience of travelling in a group.
• This trip requires a moderate level of fitness as it involves a lot of walking, allowing you to truly enjoy the surrounding nature. Some hikes are longer and more challenging than others. Please bring sturdy, comfortable walking shoes and comfortable clothing.
• This trip is BASIX and we use mixed gender multishare accommodation. This means, the minimum age for the trip is 18 years old because minors aren't able to sleep in mixed gender rooms.
• Temperatures in the Top End be extreme. During the day the weather can be hot (and the Australian sun is strong) so please bring appropriate clothing, use sun protection and drink plenty of water. In the evenings temperatures really drop, so ensure you have base layers and warm clothing.

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ITINERARY

Day 1: Adelaide/Flinders Ranges
Barely 100 clicks north of Adelaide lies the Clare Valley, an undulating sprawl of vineyards, wine cellars and quaint bluestone cottages. Renowned for its production of world-class Rieslings, this is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions – and one of its prettiest too. On the drive through to Wilpena Pound you’ll be treated to some extraordinary views of the Flinders Ranges, which, stretching for over 430 km across South Australia, are the state’s biggest mountain range. Arriving at our campsite there’ll be time for hike before snuggling down in a swag.

Total driving time takes around five hours.

Accommodation • Camping (with basic facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Wilpena Pound

Meals Included •Lunch •Dinner

Day 2: Oodnadatta Track/William Creek
Leaving the flinders Ranges, we cruise north towards the tiny town of Lyndhurst, where the entrance sign proclaims ‘Welcome to Lyndhurst. Pop. 30 (most days)’. Hitting the famous Oodnadatta Track, we’ll make a stop by Lake Eyre (Australia’s largest salt lake), before arriving at our campsite in William Creek – base for the night.

Total driving time today is approximately 8 hours

Accommodation • Camping (with basic facilities) (1 night)

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 3: Coober Pedy
Covering an area of six million acres, Anna Creek Station is the world’s largest working cattle station. The estate was founded in 1899 by Sir Sidney Kidman, a distant relative of Nicole who set from home out on a one-eyed horse at age 13 to make his fortune. By mid afternoon we’ll have reached the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy. The weather here is so hot that life’s better lived underground. After taking a guided tour of this subterranean society, and checking into an underground bunkhouse, you’ll have the afternoon at leisure. Try your luck ‘noodling’ for opals, or finish the day at Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage to see what’s hopping about.

Total driving time today is approximately 6.5 hours Accommodation • Underground Multishare (1 night)

Included Activities •Anna Creek Station •Coober Pedy Mine tour •Josephine’s Gallery and Kangaroo Orphanage

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner



Day 4: Coober Pedy / Yulara
We’ll be honest, there’s a fair bit of driving today. From Coober Pedy we travel across the Moon Plains, past the Dingo Fence, past Breakaways Reserve, and into Yulara. Make sure you have your Ipod fully charged and your neck cushion handy.

Today driving time will be about 8.5 hours.

Accommodation • Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Dingo Fence

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 5: Yulara/Uluru (Ayers Rock)
TranRise early this morning and be rewarded with a glorious Uluru sunrise. While the day is still fresh, enjoy a walk around the base of 'the rock', which is of great spiritual significance to the Anangu people. We walk to the cave paintings near Mutitjulu Waterhole at the base of Uluru where you wiill be in the hands of an Anangu guide who will share the stories of this unique landscape and explain the Art, the Culture and connection to Land. This exclusive experience will give you an exclusive insight to the meaning behind Anangu art and traditional culture. The on-site Cultural Centre also houses an extensive collection of indigenous arts and crafts for you to browse. . Head back to camp for lunch. In the afternoon, see the landscape from a different angle, perhaps from a helicopter flight over Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. This is optional and come at an additional cost.

There isn't much driving today, about an hour in total between destinations. You will walk approximately 5km.

Accommodation • Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park Entrance •Uluru Base Walk •Uluru Cultural Centre •Kata Tjuta

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 6: Uluru/Kings Canyon
Uluru isn’t Coober Pedy, but it still gets pretty hot here come midday. If you’re keen to beat the heat on a walk around the rock’s base, we recommend an early rise. Uluru holds great significance to the local Anangu people, and appreciating this is key to appreciating Uluru itself. An indigenous guide will explain a little about the land during a cultural interpretative walk, after which there’s the opportunity to learn more at the onsite Cultural Centre. Later in the day there’s also the opportunity of taking a helicopter flight over Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park before we hit the road again for Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon).

Today, driving time is about four hrs and walking is up to ten kilometres.

Accommodation • Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Watarrka National Park Entry Fees

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 7: Kings Canyon/Alice Springs
Put your hiking shoes on this morning and head out to explore the impressive formations and rock faces of Kings Canyon. Trek for 6 km along the Rim Walk, which takes you through a natural amphitheatre, past the striped sandstone domes of the ‘lost city’ and into the green oasis of the Garden of Eden. Enjoy a last lunch before making your way to the outback hub of Alice Springs (approximately five hours), where we will return to Alice Springs and check into your hostel for the night before catching a flight to Darwin tomorrow.

Driving time today is approximately 5 hours back to Alice Springs, and the Rim Walk is approximately 6km.

Accommodation • Hostel (1 night) Included Activities •Kings Canyon Rim Walk

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch

Day 8: Fly from Alice Springs to Darwin
Today, skip the 1,500km of driving which is about 24 hours by road, and fly from Alice Springs to Darwin with Qantas Airways. Qantas was Australia's first commercial airline, and stands for "Queensland and Northern Territory Ariel Services" and is now one of the worlds best International airlines. We'll arrange your air tickets and issue them a couple of weeks prior to your departure. On arrival in Darwin, someone will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel.

Accommodation • Hostel (1 night)

Included Activities •Airport Transfers Meals Included There are no meals included on this day.

Today, skip the 1,500km of driving which is about 24 hours by road, and fly from Alice Springs to Darwin with Qantas Airways. Qantas was Australia's first commercial airline, and stands for 'Queensland and Northern Territory Ariel Services' and is now one of the worlds best International airlines. The plane you will be one won't have such colourful design - sorry.
Qantas plane - Commenative flight exterior design.

Day 9: Free day in Darwin
Chill out in balmy Darwin today, meals are not included.

Accommodation • Hostel (1 night)

Meals Included: There are no meals included on this day.

Day 10: Pudakul 'Welcome to Country' and Arnhem Land
Welcome to tropical Darwin, where your adventure begins. As this trip spends very little time in the Northern Territory's capital, consider arriving a few days early to explore the city. After meeting your group and leader this morning, leave Darwin and travel into Wulna Country, where you'll receive a Cul Cul ('Welcome to Country') by the traditional owners of the land, the Limilngan-Wulna people. Learn about their ancient culture as you enjoy bush tucker talks, didgeridoo demonstrations and basket weaving. Next stop is the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land to experience the Guluyumbi cruise. Enjoy your Binninj guide explain to you the importance of the East Alligator River. After the cruise we will enter Arnhem Land and go to an exclusive art site called Mawurndaddja. This site allows you to see first hand the history and culture of this region. Find used ochre and spear tips on the ground. See artwork that is over 8000 years old. This site is unique in the Top End and you will have it all to youself. After a cool drink and some nibbles in Arnhem Land we will head to your overnight camp in Kakadu where the group will have dinner.

Note: Total driving time is about six hours (approximately 350kms) Total walking time is approximately one and a half hours (including stops for informative talks)

Accommodation • Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Mary River cruise •Pudakul Cultural Experience •Guluyumbi Indigenous Cruise •Mawurndaddja art site

Meals Included •Lunch •Dinner

Jim Jim Falls seasonal access see details below

Day 11: Kakadu National Park
Early this morning after breakfast, travel by 4WD to the Twin Falls. Experience this spectacular gorge aboard a boat cruise that’s operated by the national park, with a walk along the boardwalk afterwards. Unwind and relax on the sandy banks before heading to explore Jim Jim Falls. After a quick lunch break, take in the views of this natural wonder before taking a challenging walk to the base of the falls. Here you can choose to swim or relax on the beach, enjoying the spectacular scenery, before making the short drive to your overnight bush camp.

Note: Total driving time is about four hours (approximately 120kms) Total walking time is approximately two and a half hours

Accommodation • Camping (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Jim Jim Falls Walk •Twin Falls Walk •Twin Falls Gorge River Cruise

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 12: Kakadu National Park to Nitmiluk National Park
After breakfast, head to either Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) or Gunlom Falls and cool off with a dip in the plunge pools. Visit the historic gold-mining centre of Pine Creek and head further south after lunch. Journey for around three hours in a private vehicle to your campsite on the doorstep of Nitmiluk National Park. Once comfortable, have dinner with the group before relaxing in your tent for the night.

Note: Total driving time is about five and a half hours (approximately 340kms) Total walking time is approximately one and a half hours

Accommodation • Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) •Pine Creek Gold-Mining Centre

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 13: Nitmiluk National Park
Spend the morning at the magnificent Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park. Perhaps take a cruise along the gorge or rent a kayak and paddle downstream. These options are seasonal and at your own expense. In the afternoon, head off to Edith Falls where you can cool down with a refreshing swim in the huge rock pools. Continue on to the edge of Litchfield National Park. Settle down for the night in a snug camp and enjoy dinner with your group.

Note: Total driving time is about four and a half hours (approximately 350kms) Total walking time is approximately three and a half hours

Accommodation • Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (1 night)

Included Activities •Edith Falls

Optional Activities •Katherine Gorge Scenic Cruise - AUD94 •Katherine Gorge Canoe from - AUD45

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch •Dinner

Day 14: Litchfield National Park to Darwin
Once you’ve had breakfast, head into Litchfield National Park. Filled with waterholes, creeks and waterfalls, it’s the perfect place to soak up the tranquillity of the tropics. Visit the gateway of Florence Falls, the popular Wangi Falls and the refreshing waters of the Buley Rockholes. Enjoy a picnic lunch, stroll through steamy rainforests and cool off with a dip in one of Litchfield's swimming holes. In the afternoon, take the two-hour drive back to Darwin where your trip ends. Enjoy an optional night out with the group if you decide to stay in Darwin for the night.

Note: Total driving time is about three and a half hours (approximately 250kms) Total walking time is approximately one hour Should any of the attractions of the standard itinerary not be open as a result of National Park decisions surrounding accessibility and safety, activities will be substituted. Please see 'climate and seasonal information'. - Florence Falls - Wangi Falls - Bluey Rockholes

Included Activities •Buley Rockholes •Florence Falls •Litchfield National Park •Wangi Falls

Meals Included •Breakfast •Lunch

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What to bring on tour:
• Sturdy walking shoes, hat and sunscreen, toiletries, warm clothing in winter, water bottle (1.5L), torch, insect repellent/net, camera and batteries or charger.

What's Included in tour:
• Meals 10 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 10 dinners
• Transport All Terrain vehicle, Plane
• Accommodation Camping (with basic facilities) (2 night), Camping (with shared facilities) (2 nights), Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (3 nights), Permanent, furnished tented camp (with shared facilities) (3 nights), Underground Multishare (1 night) Hostel multishare (2 nights)

Activities:
• Wilpena Pound • Anna Creek Station • Coober Pedy Mine tour • Josephine’s Gallery and Kangaroo Orphanage • Dingo Fence • Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park Entrance • Uluru Base Walk • Uluru Cultural Centre • Kata Tjuta • Watarrka National Park Entry Fees • Kings Canyon Rim Walk • Airport Transfers • Mary River cruise • Pudakul Cultural Experience • Guluyumbi Indigenous Cruise • Mawurndaddja art site • Jim Jim Falls Walk • Twin Falls Walk • Twin Falls Gorge River Cruise • Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) • Pine Creek Gold-Mining Centre • Edith Falls • Buley Rockholes • Florence Falls • Litchfield National Park • Wangi Falls


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© • Kata Tjuta


© • Ayers Rock from a distance

© • Mary River Wildlife Cruise



© • Litchfield


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Kings canyon rim walk

Important notes
1. Tour commences in Adelaide on day 1 at 6am and finishes in Darwin day 14 at approx 6pm

2. Onward travel to be booked the following day

3. This trip requires a sleeping bag

Oodnadatta Track:
• The Oodnadatta Track is an unsealed dirt road, and conditions of the track depend heavily on weather. In the case that the road is deemed unsafe to drive on, or there is a possibility that sections of the track will close after we have commenced driving on the track, our Operations team reserves the right to alter the itinerary and take a different route. If, for safety reasons, the decision is made not to travel on the track, days 2 and 3 will be a variation of the below: Day 2 – Parachina Gorge | Hawker | Flinders Ranges Hike | overnight Quorn multishare (BLD) Day 3 – Port Augusta | Coober Pedy via Stuart Highway | Josephine’s Gallery | Coober Pedy town and underground tour, noodling for opals, opal cutting demonstration | overnight underground bunkhouse multishare (BLD)

Accommodation
• Camping (with basic facilities) (2 night), Camping (with shared facilities) (2 nights), Permanent tented camp (with shared facilities) (3 nights), Permanent, furnished tented camp (with shared facilities) (3 nights), Underground Multishare (1 night) Hostel multishare (2 nights)

Accommodation POBAC
• Basix accommodation consists of simple permanent twin share tents with single sleeping platforms. Each sleeping platform has a rubber sleeping mat, we also have swags (Aussie bed rolls) available at our campsites if you would like to experience sleeping in a swag. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag or pre-purchase one from us. Please also provide your own pillow if you wish.
• Accommodation in Coober Pedy, Alice Springs, and Darwin is in mixed gender multishare accommodation. Private rooms and single supplements are not available on this trip.

• Night 1: Wilpena Pound - Swag Camping
• Night 2: William Creek - Swag Camping
• Night 3: Coober Pedy - Underground multishare bunkhouse
• Nights 4 & 5: Yulara - Simple permanent tents
• Night 6: Kings Canyon - Simple permanent tents
• Nights 7 & 8: YHA Alice Springs – multishare
• Night 9: The Youth Shack – multishare
• Night 10: Kakadu - simple permanent tents
• Night 11: Mary River - simple permanent tents
• Night 12: Nitmiluk - simple permanent tents
• Night 13: Katherine - simple permanent tents


MULTISHARE ACCOMMODATION:
• For BASIX travellers, when not camping the standard accommodation is multishare, and may be in mixed-sex dorms. The minimum age for this trip is 18.

FINISH TIMES:
• Our trips generally finish early evening. We recommend booking one night post accommodation in your end city and planning onward travel for the following day. We cannot accept responsibility for missed onward travel if we are delayed for some reason on the last day of travel.

PARTICIPATORY CAMPING:
• To participate in this trip you must be prepared to assist with preparing meals, cleaning dishes, collecting firewood, setting up and packing up camp every day, in all conditions.

Luggage:
• A STRICT luggage limit of 15kg applies (10kg in Kakadu). Please limit to one small to medium sized soft bag or backpack and a small daypack, which can be carried inside the vehicle.

Fitness Level:
• 3 out of 5: Short participatory-level camping trips, walks that’ll get your heart rate up and extended periods in the elements.
Maximum Walks: Hikes up to 6-8kms per day. A reasonable level of fitness is required as there will be some walking to view places of interest. Suitable for soft adventures with a passion for bushwalking and exploring. Passengers must be fit and active.

Dietary Requirements
• Passengers with special meal requirements or food allergies MUST ensure they or their travel agent inform Intrepid/ATA of this at the time of booking. Food for the trip is purchased prior to commencement and special requirements cannot be catered for after departing. If you have not notified us prior to departure, you may be asked to pay for any additional food yourself. Due to the nature of our trips food is basic but plentiful.

We provide the below substitutes, please bring your own staples if you require specific foods not listed below:
• No Pork (Alternative to Ham provided) • No Dairy (soy milk provided) • Vegetarian (additional veg and vegie burgers provided) • Vegan (supply of additional fruit and veg provided) • Gluten Free (cereal, bread, wraps, pasta, snack bars, sweet and savoury biscuits provided) • *Religious dietary requirements and specifically prepared/sourced produce is not able to be catered for.

Itineraries
• Itineraries may vary and/or attractions be substituted for any cause including seasonal conditions, weather extremes, and traditional owner/national park requirements. Note that the opening dates of waterfalls and attractions vary each year and can change on a daily basis in the wet and shoulder seasons. Visit this website to see live updates on which areas of the park will be open: http://kakaduroadreport.wordpress.com/ or contact our Reservations team. Due to National Park rules and road laws, we cannot guarantee the opening attractions at any time. Alternative activities will be substituted at the tour guides' discretion, dependent on local conditions. Please see terms and conditions of travel for full details.

• ^ Adventure Tours /Intrepid guide will lead the cultural walk.

• The Valley of the Winds walk is quite often it is closed due to weather etc. There is another option other than the Walpa gorge walk to do half the Valley of the Winds which still gets to the good viewing point without doing the full walk which is often in the direct sun. (Agent note only-RH)

• From October to March it is likely that you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius, and sometimes well into the 40's. Be prepared to endure extra physical stress due to the heat at these times, especially while on walks. These extreme temperatures can also place stress on the air-conditioning units within our vehicles which can make travelling uncomfortable. Your tour guide will assist with regular breaks and information to assist keeping hydrated. In July and August, very cold temperatures can be experienced in the outback, especially overnight. Please come prepared for all extremes.

Airport Transfers
ALICE Springs: Alice Wanderer: Transfer Alice Springs accommodation to Airport 1800 1800 722 111 (free call) or +61 8 89522111 DARWIN: Darwin Airport Link Bus: Transfer Darwin Airport to accommodation Phone: +61474 503 093

Children
• Not suitable for children.

Travel Insurance
• Travel insurance is compulsory for all international travellers and should be taken out at the time of booking. We recommend Australian citizens take out a domestic travel insurance policy which covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

Default Pickup Point
• The default pick up point is where we will meet you for your tour, unless you or your travel agent requests an alternative location (contact our Reservations team for more information). It is your responsibility to contact us with your preferred pick up point well ahead of departure. We do not take responsibility for missed tours if we have not been advised of an alternative in advance and you are not at the default location on time.

Safaris must be reconfirmed 48 hours prior to departure
• Safaris must be reconfirmed 48 hours prior to departure to confirm pick-up location and time by phone direct with the tour operator - (Details of the tour operator is on your E-Ticket).

Meal Abbreviations
• B = Breakfast, • L = Lunch, • D = Dinner.

Tour Operator
• The relationship between ATA and Intrepid Australia For over 25 years, Intrepid Travel and Adventure Tours Australia have been leading brands in the adventure travel business. With Intrepid's global product range and Adventure Tours' local knowledge, the two brands joined force in 2011 to provide the ultimate range of Australian product with Intrepid running all of it's local trips under the Adventure Tours Australia name. Today we're proud to bring Aussie-made trips to the world, both here with Adventure Tours and overseas through the Intrepid brand, so no matter which brand you have booked through, you're travelling with the best.

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The Tour Difference

• Scheduled tours operate.
• As one of Northern Territory's leading small group safari company, the operator run tours to some of Australia's most famous landmarks including Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park.
• From the tropical Top End to the spiritual heart of the Red Centre, from Aboriginal Culture to abundant wildlife - our experienced guides will help you discover the best of this unique and special state.
• The tour operator is an award winning company specialising in active, small group safaris for the adventurous traveller.
• We offer an extensive range of tours exploring the highlights and hidden delights of the Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia and Tropical North Queensland.
• Their tours are nature-based with the emphasis on the unique scenery, wildlife and Aboriginal culture of each area and they cater for everyone from the fit and adventurous who want to get off the beaten track to those who prefer the sound of ‘soft adventure’ and more comfortable facilities!

Fitness Ratings:
Alongside every ATA trip we have included physical ratings. These are designed to give you an idea of how demanding (or not) each trip is.
1 out of 5: Leisurely paced day trips. Minimal physical exertion required.
2 out of 5: Two and three day trips that include easy walking.
3 out of 5: Short participatory-level camping trips, walks that’ll get your heart rate up and extended periods in the elements.
4 out of 5: Fairly basic camping on most nights, limited amenities and some long (and challenging) walks. A high level of fitness required.
5 out of 5: The hardest of the hardcore. Long trips to remote destinations with limited facilities. Excellent health and fitness is essential.

 

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