Savings of up to $2100 and a solo supplement of just four per cent are being offered to mark the release of outback tourism company Tri State Safaris’ new, off-the-beaten-track, 12-day adventure tour that takes guests across the rugged outback landscape of Australia’s most famous desert.
Offers apply to bookings made by 15 November, 2017 for departures from Tri State Safaris’ base in Broken Hill in far west NSW on 9 May and 13 August, 2018.
The ‘Simpson Desert Adventure’ tour offers a 12-day, round-trip, outback journey across three states – NSW, QLD and SA. Features include the vast, salty expanse of Lake Eyre – the lowest point in Australia, the remote, the outback hamlets of William Creek, Innamincka and Oodnadatta, the opal mining town of Cooper Pedy where guests will stay in an underground motel, the three-state meeting points of Poepell Corner and Cameron’s Corner, the famous pub and camel pies of Birdsville and the ever-stretching, rolling dunes of the Simpson Desert. The tour includes visits to outback bores and memorable, middle-of-nowhere desert camps with campfire dinners under the stars.
More than half the size of Victoria, the Simpson stretches for 170,000 square kilometres, with its largest sand dune Nappanerica, commonly known as ‘Big Red,’ soaring 40m high, with guest on the tour able to stand at the top to take in the views.
If booked by November 15, the 12-day Simpson Desert Adventure in fully equipped Tri State Safaris’ 4WD vehicles next May or August is available from $7277 per person, twin-share – a saving of $383 per person or $766 per couple. A solo supplement of only four per cent means the tour is available for singles from $7595 – a saving of $400.
For 4WD enthusiasts keen to bring their own ‘tag-along’ vehicle, the tour is available from $4200 for the first person and half-price – $2100 – for the second person – a 50 per cent saving if booked by November 15, 2017.
Fares includes accommodation and meals.
Tri State Safaris is owned by Out of the Ordinary Outback, an expanding tourism business in far west NSW which also owns six properties- The Argent Motel in Broken Hill, Warrawong on the Darling tourist camp and cabins at Wilcannia, the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel, Cobar’s Copper City Motel, the Ivanhoe Hotel and the recently announced Broken Hill Outback Resort, which opens in March, 2018. Out of the Ordinary Outback’s own visitor centre also operates in Broken Hill.