5 Day Flinders Ranges and Eyre Peninsula Tour departing Adelaide


DAY 1: Depart Adelaide 7:00AM for Wilpena Pound Resort via Port Pirie, Port Germein and Port Augusta (the crossroads of Australia). After lunch we head towards Wilpena Pound via Quorn and Hawker. From Hawker we visit Kanyaka ruins and Death Rock.  We have a peaceful bushwalk to Wangarra Lookouts and the Hill Homestead on arrival at Wilpena.We spend tonight at Wilpena Resort.

DAY 2: After breakfast we travel the geological trail through Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorge. This gorge traces the geological history of the area for hundreds of million years. Our next stop is the Prairie Hotel at Parachilna where we taste some Aussie tucker. After lunch we head to Cowell via Port Augusta and Whyalla arriving approximately 6:00PM.

DAY 3: After breakfast we head to Port Lincoln via Port Gibbon, Arno Bay, Tumby Bay and Port Neill. We explore the magnificent coastline of the Eyre Peninsula before reaching our destination tonight. Overnight Port Lincoln.

DAY 4:Today we have the chance of joining several optional tours departing from Port Lincoln. Tours include feed the Bluefin Tuna, Swim with the Australian Sealions (seasonal) or swim with the Great White Shark. Alternatively we can explore the many sites around Port Lincoln. Overnight Port Lincoln.

DAY 5:We now head back to Lucky Bay where we board the SEASA Ferry to Wallaroo. Adelaide is our next stop where you are dropped off at your accommodation arriving approximately 6:00PM

COST PER PERSON: $2775:00 (including GST) minimum 2 passengers

TOUR INCLUDES:Accommodation (twin share) Wilpena Resort, Cowell and Port Lincoln, breakfasts, morning & afternoon teas, evening meals as per itinerary, SEASA Ferry from Lucky Bay to Wallaroo

NOT INCLUDED: Lunches, optional tours & mobile phone calls.

TOUR CONDITIONS: “JUST CRUISINreserve the right to alter or modify itinerary if prevailing weather, road conditions or adverse conditions require such change. Tour costs do not include additional accommodation, meals and incidental expenses incurred from flooding, natural delays, unavailable connections or other unforseen circumstances. It is suggested travel insurance is purchased to cover additional accommodation, meals and incidental expenses resulting from flooding, natural delays unavailable connections or other unforeseen expenses prior to departure. Due to the nature and remoteness of outback travel it is suggested anyone with health problems should seek advice from their doctor if necessary.

BOOKING CONDITIONS: A deposit of 20% is required to confirm your reservation. Balance is payable 21 days prior to departure.

CANCELLATIONS: Must be made 14 days prior to departure or full deposit is forfeited.

DON’T FORGET: Your camera, good walking shoes and hats. Please limit luggage to a small bag, and most of all don’t forget your sense of adventure. It is suggested that appropriate sickness, accident & personal liability insurance be taken out.