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Outback Adventures In Australia

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Experience outback Australia by air

Air Adventure has been specialising in small group, outback adventures since 1977.

For most people embarking on outback adventures in Australia is daunting due to the sheer size of our country; meaning countless hours are spent driving rather than exploring.

For 44 years’, we have been defeating the tyranny of distance in this large scale landscape by flying our private aircraft to make the Australian outback easily accessible. We enable you to see more and get you right to the heart of remote destinations, some of which are not even accessible by road.

 

 

Discover Outback Adventures

The Outback and Beyond

Where you can fly to

While we still include outback adventures to the more popular destinations like Uluru and Broome, our outback aussie tours focus on taking you to the little known and seldom visited locations like:

  • Cape York and the Gulf country
  • Arnhem Land
  • The Pilbara

These are truly authentic areas that others struggle to get to wasting countless hours driving, so if it’s experiences like fishing for a 1 metre-plus Barramundi, discovering ancient rock art sites or having a swim under a beautiful, fresh waterfall in the remote Kimberley region that you’re searching for – we have the tour for you.

 

Do You Have Something In Mind?

Relax. You’re in Safe and Experienced Hands

Our promise to you

 

Rest assured your health and safety is paramount to us and we take this very seriously. We are COVID safe accredited and operate with a COVID plan in place. Our Commercial Captain is highly experienced and we ensure all of our tour leaders and expert local guides are the very best tour operators in the business.  You don’t have to worry about a thing, everything has been arranged for you well ahead of time so from the moment we meet you at the airport you just sit back and relax. We guarantee you will enjoy every part of your holiday. Learn more about the Air Adventure team.

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Outback adventures in Australia: FAQ’s

  1. Is the Australian outback dangerous? The outback is a vast remote area in the centre of Australia: dry, arid. During summer, the outback can get extremely hot and getting lost is dangerous. This is why when visiting the outback travelling with an experienced tour operator and being guided by professional tour leaders and local experts is advised. 
  2. What does outback mean in Australia? Any inland area remote from large centres of population. Generally, the term is applied to semiarid inland areas of eastern Australia and to the arid centre of the Western Plateau and its semiarid northern plains (in WesternAustralia) where bodies of water are scattered and frequently dry.
  3. How big is the outback? It’s huge! The Outback is a vast area spanning 5.6 million km2 and covering more than 70 percent of the Australian continent. Simply put the best and easiest way to travel to and experience outback Australia is to fly. 

 

What our travellers say

  • What a brilliant experience! Couldn’t have been looked after better, Bullo River was SENSATIONAL!! Uluru and Bungles also amazing. Thank you team Air Adventure you were faultless!!

    - Jen, St Ives, NSW

  • Many thanks for a fabulous tour. Not enough superlatives to describe.

    - Judy, Croydon, NSW

  • A unique holiday, casual but constructed. Well organised, charming tour leader and both resort and station hosts all accommodating. "You get what you paid for" and we did. Loved it!

    - Cliff and Jean, Berwick, VIC