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Outback Ensemble - 9 Day ex Upgrade Flight one way



  • Farmstay
  • Working sheep and cattle property
  • Campfire Dinner under the Stars
  • Kayaking on the Warrego River
  • Walk the 'Indiana Jones'-Style swinging footbridge
  • Opal fossicking
  • Sandboarding down the massive Sand Dunes
  • See native bird and wildlife
  • Aussie "pub crawl"
  • Bare foot bowls
  • Sunset Boat Cruise on the Warrego River
  • Swim in an artesian bore

Tour code: 9DBPDDT
Passengers: 1 - 16

Price from:
AUD $1,350.00


Fitness Level:

The tour is jam packed with fun and adventure and will keep you going from daylight to dark each day so you will burn up lots of energy.


Accommodation on the tour is camping in swags under the stars with a good mix of natural bush land settings and camping grounds. Swags and bedding provided. Upgrades to pub accommodation can be arranged and cost $25 per person per night extra. If you would like to upgrade accommodation please confirm at the time of booking so availability can be confirmed.


• 4WD: seats front facing air-conditioned vehicle
• Minibus: 21 seats front facing air-conditioned vehicle

Tour Departs:

07:30am Departs Brisbane on a Greyhound Coach fro the Greyhound terinal Brisbane Transit Centre bound for Toowoomba. Arrive in Toowoomba Greyhound Coach terminal at 09.40am where you will be transferred onto the Coald Qld Coach service to CunnamullaDeparting Toowoomba at 10.30am arriving at approx 7.45pm.


Inclusions & options:

Optional Extra:
Mud Bath at Eulo is an optional extra and is $65 per person. We highly recommend this unique experience.

All meals are provided on the tour including breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day as outlined in the itinerary.  Special dietary requirements can be accommodated so please confirm at time of booking so we can ensure there is lots of fresh healthy food to suite your needs.

Daily collection to and from accommodation is included. 
All entries are included as per itinerary.

All accommodation on the tour is camping in swag (bed roll) under the stars in a good mix of natural bush land settings and camping grounds.  Swags and bedding provided.  All site fees included.

Travel to and from Cunnamulla Greyhound and Coach Qld Coaches is included in the price.

What to Bring:

Closed in Shoes.


No more than 20kg in luggage.

A camera and a sense of fun and adventure.


AUD ex Sydney

Upgrade accommodation


$25 p.p and night



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Bonus Offer

All tour participants receive a FREE Outback Survival Pack including: Hat, map, water bottle, sunscreen, insect repellent, travel diary, post cards, pens, sling bag. Valued at over $200. (Pic of pack)


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Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Wednesday (D)

07:00 - Check in at Brisbane Transit Centre Greyhound Coach Terinal desk.
07:30 Depart Brisbane on a Greyhound coach from the Greyhound terminal Roma Street Station Brisbane bound for Toowoomba. Arrive in Toowoomba at 09:40 where you will be transferred onto the Coach Qld Coach service to Cunnamulla departing Toowoomba at 10:30 and arriving Cunnamulla 19:45. Dinner and settle in your accommodation on arrival.
Overnight Cunnamulla camping in swag under the stars.

Overnight Cunnamulla camping in swag under the stars.

Day 2 - Thursday (B, L, D)
Depart for the heritage town of Eulo, browse local galleries, enjoy a couple of beers at the Eulo Queen Hotel and discover the iconic Isabella Robinson the “Eulo Queen”. Heading to Yowah where you will camp tonight.  Yowah is the only place in the world you can find a type of opal called a Yowah Nut.

Overnight Yowah camping in swag under the stars.

Day 3 - Friday (B, L, D)
Tour Yowah
with a local including the Bluff.  Fossick for your very own Yowah Nut a special type of opal that can only be found at Yowah.  Depart for Cunnamulla mid afternoon and immerse yourself with larger-than-life characters and enjoy a beer and yarn with the locals and some traditional Aussie tucker at the Cunnamulla Bowling Club.

Overnight Cunnamulla camping in swag under the stars.

Day 4 - Saturday (B, L, D)
After a big night with the locals you get to have a sleep in.  Wake naturally to the singing Australian native birds and help yourself to a continental breakfast or wander to the Out the Back Australia headquarters for a cooked breakfast.  Once everyone is on the move we will head for the magnificent Warrego River to embark on a kayak journey along the windy banks lined with a canopy of ancient river gums, wildlife and birdlife.  Lunch will be at a secluded spot along the way under a shady Coolabah tree that the late Banjo Patterson made famous in his poetry
The afternoon offers a couple of hour’s free time to do anything you like.  Push bikes are available if you fancy going for a ride.  For those that rested you could now be at an advantage as we head for the adrenalin rush of sandboarding and sledding down the massive natural sand dunes.  Tonight’s dinner will be a grand feed of roasted lamb and veggies while you sit back with a cool drink and soak in the peaceful ambience.  Sit around the campfire and take the unique opportunity to master the ancient Aboriginal art of playing the didgeridoo, watch the star filled skies or have a sing along.

Overnight Cunnamulla camping in swag under the stars. 

Day 5 - Sunday (B, L, D)
The morning commences with an early breakfast as we depart for the morning’s adventures at Rocky Station.  Another opportunity to stroll along the banks of the Warrego River on the “Wallaby Walk” so keep your eyes open and be quiet so you can spot one of these cute little fellas often seen at the water’s edge. 

Act out your “Indiana Jones” fantasy and navigate your way across the 70 meter swinging footbridge, never before open to the public.  Arriving at the homestead, have morning tea and relish in the friendly country hospitality offered by station owners Chris and Mike Webster. 

After leaving Rocky Station we head for Charlotte Plains farm stay where you may meet station owner Robyn Russell. We will explore this magnificent property starting with the Artesian bore head where you will camp tonight.  There will be many photo opportunities as you look at the spectacular sunset with the historical “Turnworth” Artesian bore in the foreground.  Imagine laying back under a rich blue sky soaking up all the therapeutic goodness of the warm Artesian waters in natures very own spa bath, kangaroos, emu’s, sheep and cattle all wander freely and you are surrounded by nature for as far as you can see. It really doesn’t get much better than this!

Tonight you will be served great bush tucker in a magnificent outback setting.  You will enjoy the evening sitting around the campfire sharing a yarn about your day’s experiences and enjoying some great bush entertainment as you immerse yourself in the outback culture.

Overnight Farm Stay camping in swag "Charlotte Plains".


Day 6 - Monday (B, L, D)
Experience the outback sunrise
an experience of a lifetime with breathtaking views you will never forget. See an abundance of Australian bird and wildlife including large numbers of kangaroos and emu’s all in its natural environment.  You will learn to make “Billy Tea” and “Damper” from a true blue Aussie.  Enjoy the wide open spaces, clean green air and the great hospitality on a property almost the size of Singapore.

Overnight Farm Stay camping in swag "Charlotte Plains".

Day 7 - Tuesday (B, L, D)
Depart Charlotte Plains for Cunnamulla, take a historical town tour and visit local industry including state of the art organic farming.  Sit back relax and enjoy a sunset river cruise on the Warrego River with our local tour guide.  You will experience an explosion of nature as you cruise the tranquil waters soaking up the outback ambience.  Tonight’s dinner will be a grand feed while you sit back with a cool drink and enjoy the local entertainment.

Overnight Cunnamulla camping in swag under the stars. 

Day 8 - Wednesday (B)
Today feel a part of history unfolding as you explore the historic cemetery and uncover tales of characters and Cunnamulla legends.  Then have your final evening enjoying the characters as you complete an Aussie pub crawl at all the local’s watering holes before completing your adventure with a farewell dinner.

Overnight Cunnamulla camping in swag under the stars.

Day 9 - Thursday (B)
06:00 - Rise early for breakfast before bidding a fond farewell to your new outback mates.
06:45 – Depart Cunnamulla for your return travel arriving in Toowoomba at 16:00, connect to Greyhound Coach service departing Toowoomba 17:00 and arrive at Brisbane Transit Centre 18:40.  ENDS.

“Many tours are classed as authentic, but this is the first where my experiences have felt real.  We’ve been welcomed into people’s homes, lives and histories.  Guided by locals with a true passion for their hometown we had no better insight into Aussie outback culture.  Full-blown outback sights, sounds and smells!”





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