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Karijini Pilbara & Karratha Tours from Broome 2024

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Explore the Wonders of Western Australia

Western Australia is a land of breathtaking beauty, where rugged landscapes meet ancient culture and natural wonders abound. If you’re looking for an adventure that combines stunning scenery, unique wildlife, and rich Aboriginal history, the Karijini, Pilbara & Karratha Tours from Broome in 2024 offered by Spirit Safaris is the perfect choice. This guided tour takes you through some of the most iconic and remote parts of Australia, offering an unforgettable experience that will leave you in awe.

Discover the Magic of Karijini National Park 2024

Karijini National Park, one of the highlights of this tour, is a place of dramatic gorges, crystal-clear rock pools, and cascading waterfalls. As you explore this natural wonderland, you’ll be captivated by the vibrant red cliffs and the lush greenery that contrasts so beautifully against the azure skies. The park is home to some of Australia’s most spectacular geological formations, including the famous Weano Gorge and Hancock Gorge, where you can hike, swim, and marvel at the stunning vistas.

Karijini, Pilbara & Karratha Tours from Broome 2024

The Rugged Beauty of the Pilbara

The Pilbara region is known for its vast, ancient landscapes and rich mineral deposits. On this tour, you’ll have the opportunity to witness the incredible beauty of this region, from the sweeping plains to the towering rock formations. The Pilbara is also home to an array of unique wildlife, including kangaroos, emus, and a variety of bird species. Your knowledgeable guides will provide fascinating insights into the history and ecology of the area, making your journey even more enriching.

Explore Karratha and the Burrup Peninsula

Karratha, a vibrant town in the heart of the Pilbara, serves as the gateway to the Burrup Peninsula, where you can explore ancient Aboriginal Burrup rock art sites. These petroglyphs, some of which are over 30,000 years old, offer a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the Indigenous people of Australia. The Burrup Peninsula is also home to stunning coastal scenery, with pristine beaches and clear blue waters.

Why Choose Spirit Safaris?

Spirit Safaris is renowned for its commitment to providing high-quality, eco-friendly tours that respect and preserve the natural environment and cultural heritage of the areas they visit. With experienced guides, comfortable transportation, and carefully planned itineraries, you can relax and enjoy the journey, knowing that every detail is taken care of. Spirit Safaris’ small group sizes ensure a personalized and intimate experience, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the wonders of Western Australia.

Book Your Adventure Today

Don’t miss the chance to explore the stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Western Australia with the Karijini, Pilbara & Karratha Tours from Broome. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or embarking on your first outback adventure, this tour offers something for everyone. Book your tour today with Spirit Safaris and embark on a journey that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

For more information and to book your tour, visit Spirit Safaris.

Embark on an adventure of a lifetime and discover the hidden gems of Western Australia with Spirit Safaris. From the awe-inspiring gorges of Karijini to the ancient rock art of the Burrup Peninsula, this tour promises an unforgettable experience that will connect you with the land, its people, and its stories.

For more information and to book your tour, visit Spirit Safaris.  –


Lake Eyre Tours and Flights update May 2024

Welcome to our Lake Eyre Tours and Flights update May 2024. This first image of the video shows Lake Eyre from satellite and the lake quite full down the southern end of Lake Eyre with water still flowing in via the Goyder Lagoon.

The second image shows the borders of Queensland and the green area up the top centre of screen is near Birdsville and the green is Goyder Lagoon. We take an aircraft either Cessna Caravan or smaller 204 or similar and can view this Goyder Lagoon region on some of our longer tours. The following images are from our shorter 4 day tours with flights.  You can see birds on Silcrete Island and some wonderful colors and images of the lake.

Join us on one of these tours for 4  days or 8 days or 10 day options are available – see the calendar on the Lake Eyre webpage. Images include the Mound Springs and sights on the Oodnadatta Track, and alos walks near Wilpena Pound. We use one vehicle or two or three 4 wheel drive Toyotas.

If you have any questions give us a call or preferably send an email via the optin box on the website

See dates for tours flights at

Hope to see you soon  – thank you

Lake Eyre Tours and Flights update 2024
Goyder Lagoon Floods 2024
Lake Eyre Tours and Flights update May 2024
Lake Eyre Tours and Flights update May 2024

Lake Eyre Kimberley Karijini Gulf Savannah Way Tours

Lake Eyre Kimberley Karijini Gulf Savannah Way Tours

channel country tour

Lake Eyre & Channel Country is Looking Good

How’s Your Year of the Dragon, Olympics and Leap Year Looking !!

With 3 Cyclones earlier this year – the outback is blooming with blue, green and wildflowers and the songlines are humming

Lock in Your amazing year Dreams, Vision and Goals with these Inspiring chats tours and workshops

Campfire Chat – Zoom Session 8-9 pm Tuesday 7 May

Your chance to ASK any questions re Latest Tours, Songlines and Workshops etc. Please have your questions ready

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Vision & Mission Program Online – Anytime

Clarify Your Values & Vision, and Discover New Passion, Power & Purpose This Vision Quest Online is a Deep Nature Dive into what really drives and fulfills you – See details here –

Lake Eyre Kimberley Karijini Gulf Savannah Way Tours

Seize the Days – Explore New Tours Added – still some Available here …

See All Lake Eyre Kimberley Karijini Gulf Savannah Way Tours for 2024 at link above or updates at Calendar Here

Please ask if any questions or join us at the Campfire Chat on Tuesday eve here

I hope you can make it.

Stay Tuned !

Thank you and see You soon 🙂

More adventures here in the comfort of your own devices – see my eBook Creation Journeys here –

Or Learn about Songlines, Leylines and Sacred Sites here

Kimberley Rock Art Public Lecture


Kimberley Rock Art Public Lecture

Rock Art Australia and the Art Gallery of New South Wales
invite you to join us for our 2024 lecture series:

‘Two Ways to See’, A Rock Art Research Journey

Presented by Ian Waina and Professor Andy Gleadow AO FAA

Rock art is a significant archive of our rich cultural heritage and helps us understand our Australian history.

Please join Ian Waina and Prof. Andy Gleadow as they share how traditional owners and scientists have worked together over the last decade to determine the age of rock art sites on Kwini and Balanggarra Country in the East Kimberley.

“When I was still at school, I started taking people to visit the rock art sites. The big question the tourists would ask was how old is the rock art? To tell the truth I didn’t know. I would answer them with ‘Its older than me and you’. I really wanted to find the answer to that question.” – Ian Waina.

“We knew from the outset that dating rock was a very hard thing to do because it is mostly not possible to date the pigments and other materials used to make the paintings. Instead, we needed to develop new methods and modify existing ones to find out the age of natural events that happened on the rock surface.” – Prof. Andy Gleadow.

This Kimberley Rock Art Public Lecture will share personal stories and research findings which reveal the age of Australia’s oldest known painting in a rock shelter.

DATE: Saturday, 20 April 2024

TIME: 10:30am-12:00pm

VENUE: Art Gallery of New South Wales
South Building, Lower Level 3, Domain Theatre
Sydney, NSW, 2000

COST: $15 RAA supporters/AGNSW members. $20 for non-members
RSVP:   19 April 2024    –
BOOK NOW  for this Kimberley Rock Art Public Lecture
Rock Art Australia  ABN 12 084 464 648
Level 6, 41 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000.   Phone +61 3 9653 3780

Latest Channel Country and Lake Eyre Tours and Flights

Three cyclones were active over Australia a few weeks ago and this was after a fourth cyclone that occurred earlier this summer. These have had a big impact so here is the News an the Latest Channel Country and Lake Eyre Tours and Flights.

This has brought huge amounts of rain to the Lake Eyre catchment and still there are flood waters moving down and some roads are still closed. Borroloola in the Gulf country probably got hit the hardest with the Macarthur River peaking at 18 meters whereas 16 meters was the previous record.

See the Latest Channel Country and Lake Eyre Tours and Flights available here

The Macarthur River gold mine helped out with reconnecting telephones and other logistics support in the community. The worst affected area was probably at King Ash Bay which is low level and right on the river bank with a number of insubstantial dwellings. A lovely spot to visit  in the right conditions.

Lake Eyre is currently receiving water flowing down from Diamantina River and the Goyder Lagoon and into the lake via the Warburton Groove. You can see some photos of this thanks to Arid Air and Wrights Air – below …

The bird life is enjoying it as well as the fish that usually dwell in the dry river beds are being washed out and washed down the river into Lake Eyre 

Goyder Lagoon + Latest Channel Country and Lake Eyre Tours and Flights
Goyder Lagoon

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it’s a rare treat to see a flooding like this

You can see the spectacular greenery on the flight from our 8 day tour which includes Birdsville and Burke and Wills Dig Tree or view the Lake from the air with the birds as the water flows down the Warburton Groove which is the main inflow channel for this particular flood.

You can join tours that are visiting Innamincka and the Cooper Creek – these include the 8-day Corner and Channel Country tour or  the 4 day Cameron Corner & Dig Tree tour from Broken Hill

Check out the website links and please feel free to ask any questions

Latest Channel Country and Lake Eyre Tours and Flights are here

There’s more  …. Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art Tibooburra Innamincka Bourke NSW Outback Tour 10 days – Departs September 30

Karijini Karratha Pilbara & Marble Bar Tour 2 seats available July 21 

See  –

Gulf Savannah Way – Cairns to Darwin 8 days – 2 seats available May 14 


If you’re interested in the spectacular silo art trail we have a couple of tour options coming up very soon from Sydney to Adelaide or from Adelaide or Broken Hill to Sydney you can see details of these on the website – see the links below or more here

Lake Eyre tours and flight options for early 2024

Outback NSW Lake Eyre Innamincka Arkaroola

Cape York and Gulf Savannah Way .. Undara Lava Tubes, Adels Grove, Lawn Hill, Gulf cruise, Thursday Island

May 23rd Kimberley & Karijini Tours commence from Darwin and Broome – see calendar here 

Canning Stock Route from Alice Springs & Broome

Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art

  • Sept 7 – 10  – Cameron Corner Country Tour from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 4 daysSee Details Here
  • September 30 – October 9 – from Sydney – Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art Tibooburra Innamincka Bourke NSW Outback Tour 10 days – learn more about and travel the songlines on this fascinating journey – See Details Here

Lake Eyre Tours and Flights with Wilpena Pound

And – Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art Tibooburra Innamincka Bourke NSW Outback Tour 10 days – Departs September 30

Please ask if any questions

I hope you can join us

You can book at these above links.

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Lake Eyre Tours in 2024

Lake Eyre Tours in 2024Embarking on Lake Eyre Tours in 2024 with Spirit Safari in the heart of Australia is a journey unlike any other, especially in the wake of cyclone Kirrily creating huge 2024 floods. Tours are available as 3, 4, 6, 8 or 10 days.

This rare phenomenon has transformed the desert landscape into an oasis, creating a spectacle that captures the essence of nature’s unpredictable beauty.

Our Lake Eyre tours in 2024, during this extraordinary time, offer a unique opportunity to witness the transformation of the largest inland lake in Australia into a temporary haven for wildlife, a mirror to the sky, and a canvas of natural art.

< Photo Shows Flood waters are now passing by Birdsville in Western Queensland that will fill Goyder Lagoon.

Water will to leave Goyder Lagoon down the Warburton River and enter Lake Eyre via the Warburton Groove. The fish, birds, and vegetation follow this flow of water and Lake Eyre will be filling from late March through April, May,  June, and maybe more depending on absorption rates of the land and evaporation rates during these months.

Book NOW to see and this amazing spectacle – see dates and options on calendar below VV

Your Journey Begins with Lake Eyre Tours in 2024

Our adventure starts in Adelaide (or some tours from Broken Hill), where we set off on a journey that promises not only to explore the physical landscapes but also to traverse through the rich tapestry of Australian history, culture, and the indomitable spirit of the Outback. The road to Lake Eyre is an experience in itself, winding through quaint towns, vast open plains, and rugged natural terrain, offering glimpses of the diverse ecosystems that call South Australia home.

The Transformation of Lake Eyre

Upon seeing Lake Eyre, the impact of the 2024 floods will be immediately apparent. The lake, often a vast expanse of shimmering salt crystals, becomes a vibrant body of water, attracting life in forms and numbers that are truly a spectacle. The floods create an ecosystem that supports a plethora of birdlife, including pelicans, silver gulls, and the Banded Stilt, which thrives in these saline conditions. The sight of these birds, against the backdrop of the lake’s vast waters, is a photographer’s dream and a nature lover’s paradise.

Experiencing the Magic

Spirit Safaris’ Lake Eyre tours in 2024 are designed to offer an immersive experience, allowing travelers to not only see the lake from the edge but to truly engage with this temporary marvel. Options include scenic flights that provide a bird’s eye view of the lake’s expansive waters, reflecting the sky and creating a surreal landscape where the horizon blurs the line between water and air.

On the ground, we explore the fascinating history of the Oodnadatta Track, and at various locations enjoy guided walks for bird spotting, incluing along the shores of Lake Eyre south to reveal the intricate patterns of salt crystals, the textures of the mudflats, and the stories they hold. Night time brings a whole new dimension to the experience, with the clear Outback skies offering some of the best stargazing opportunities in the world. The silence of the desert, combined with the vastness of the night sky, makes for an unforgettable experience.

Cultural Insights and Historical Context

Our tours also delve into the rich cultural tapestry of the Lake Eyre region, exploring the significance of this place to the indigenous Arabana people, who have called this land home for thousands of years. Their stories and traditions offer a profound perspective on the lake and its place in the Australian landscape.

Historically, Lake Eyre has been a site of fascination and mystery, with early explorers drawn to its vastness and the elusive promise of water in the desert. The 2024 floods are a reminder of the lake’s capacity for transformation, a phenomenon that has occurred only a handful of times over the past century, making this year’s tours a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Sustainable Travel and Conservation

As a responsible travel operator, Spirit Safaris is deeply committed to the conservation of Lake Eyre and its surrounds. Our tours are designed to minimize impact, ensuring that we leave no trace and that the beauty of the lake and its temporary ecosystem can be preserved for future generations to witness.

Join Us

Join us on one of these Lake Eyre tours in 2024, to witness the miraculous transformation brought about by the 2024 floods. It’s an opportunity to experience the awe-inspiring beauty of nature, the resilience of the desert, and the enduring spirit of the Australian Outback.

Our Lake Eyre tours offer not just a trip, but a journey into the heart of Australia’s natural wonders, a chance to see the world in a new light, and to carry the story of Lake Eyre with you, long after you’ve returned home.

Lake Eyre Tours in 2024 are all accommodated with ensuites in local hotels or cabins


Here are dates and availability by month ….. CLICK BLUE ARROW to MOVE MONTHS HERE >>>>

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Kimberley Darwin to Broome Tour

Kimberley Darwin to Broome Tour via Lake Argyle Bungles El Questro Mitchell Falls option Accommodated 7 Day Tour with add on day options for Mitchell Falls, Horizontal falls, Cape Leveque or Broome extended stays

Kimberley Darwin or Kununurra to Broome Lake Argyle Mitchell Falls 7 Day Tour

Option to meet tour departing from Kununurra from Darwin by air or coach

Itinerary Kimberley Darwin or Kununurra to Broome Tour 7 days

Overnights Kununurra x 1, Lake Argyle, El Questro, Bungles Bungles x 2, Fitzroy Crossing, 6 nights then Broome


You can book and see more details and options at the link here –

Day 1 – 4WD travel with us from Darwin is possible only on some dates otherwise we recommend Options to FLY (Qantas, Air North or Nexus Airlines) or Coach (Greyhound) from Darwin to Kununurra (airport pickup for 1030 flight arrival from Darwin- flight own arrangements. If 4WD available from Darwin on your dates then this leg is included in your tour cost, otherwise air or coach is your cost (approx air $300 or coach $90)

Kununurra is a prosperous centre of mining, agriculture, tourism, and Aboriginal art. We take a short tour through the Ord River Scheme of irrigated crop lands, to the Sandalwood Factory. Here we learn of sandalwood types and production and can sample some of the sandalwood products. Enjoy a picnic lunch by the lake side before a short walk in Mirima National Park also known as Hidden Valley National Park. We check out the Zebra Rock and local Aboriginal art galleries, and complete essential shopping at the Argyle (pink) Diamond gallery. We check you into your hotel for the evening and enjoy a meal in local restaurant.

There may be an option to travel to Victoria River National Park & Aboriginal rock art – depending on demand of other travellers and current border conditions. If so, we travel by 4WD and cross the border into the NT and visit extensive rock art sites many 1000’s of years old. A relaxing day with approximately 3 km easy walk.

Return to Kununurra for overnight, and an evening meal and great stories from the days adventure. D.

Day 2 – Depart Kununurra 9am for Ord River Cruise and Lake Argyle Sunset Cruise. Cruising this spectacular waterway, you will marvel at the spectacular scenery, wildlife, flora and fauna found along the way, including the elusive freshwater crocodile! Stopping at a Riverside Camp for a sumptuous buffet lunch we will then have you cruising up to the Ord Top Dam – an imposing sight when finding yourselves at its water line base on the Lake Kununurra side! Board a coach for a drive across the Ord Top Dam before joining your Lake Argyle Sunset Cruise.

Your Lake Argyle Sunset Cruise will take you through ‘the Heads’ to Pintpot Bay and out to the largest of more than 70 islands on the Lake, Hagan Island. After stopping for a refreshing swim in the tranquil waters of the Bay of Islands as the sun sets, enjoy some nibbles with a complimentary beer and wine. Remember to take your bathers and towel as you are able to have a swim as part of your tour on Lake Argyle. After your Lake Argyle cruise relax at the Lake Argyle resort for the night, on the cliff top overlooking Lake Argyle. Overnight at Lake Argyle Resort. BLD

Day 3 – Enjoy an optional early swim at the resorts iconic “infinity pool” overlooking Lake Argyle. Depart Lake Argyle Resort, with an optional visit to the historic Durack Homestead Museum which is the original Durack homestead rebuilt after flooding of Lake Argyle. We head off on 40 km of sealed Gibb River Road, under the Cockburn Range to explore El Questro treats including lunch by Jackaroos waterhole by a giant boab before we cross the Pentecost River at El Questro and join an afternoon cruise on the Chamberlain River Gorge.  El Questro is a million acres of spectacular Kimberley scenery, rivers and gorges. Its here that the movie Australia was filmed, nestled under the Cockburn Ranges. After the cruise enjoy a spectacular sunset from Pigeon Lookout over the rugged Savannah landscape and the Pentecost River.Dinner at El Questro’s award winning outdoor restaurant overlooking the Pentecost River. Restaurant dinner own expense. Overnight at El Questro resort. BL

Day 4 – Zebedee hot springs are waiting for us this morning for a warm and relaxing soak in these natural springs among the Livingstonia Palms under the 1.8 Billion year old mountain ranges. An optional gorge walk to Emma Gorge sacred waterhole is available (or an alternative gorge) with a swim at the end in the refreshing waters under the waterfall. Alternatively relax in the comfort of the resorts shady garden and fine coffee.

Now we head to Wyndham and local history and highlights, before lunch at Five Rivers Lookout overlooking the spectacular Cambridge Gulf – where 5 of the main Kimberley rivers flow into the Timor Sea. After lunch its the Ramsar listed Parry’s Lagoon (Marglu Billabong) for the rich wetlands bird life including Jabirus and Brolgas, Whistling Ducks, Magpie Geese, waders and more and some quiet time in the Bird Hide.  Leaving the lagoon we join the Savannah Way / Great Northern Highway for the Bungle Bungles. Our route takes us through Turkey Creek and Warmun Aboriginal Community (famous artists from here include Rover Thomas) and through spectacular rugged mountain ranges past the Argyle Diamond Mine and vast cattle stations to our overnight stop at Bungle Bungles Safari Park. BLDDay 5 – Experience the extraordinary Bungles Bungles in Purnululu National Park by 4WD and marvel at this high energy amazing orange and black striped beehive landscape formed by giant river systems. Enjoy an easy walk to the spectacular Cathedral Gorge, amongst the Beehive Domes and Picaninny Creek and after lunch an optional walk in Echidna Chasm or to a nearby Osmand Lookout. Optional scenic helicopter flights available – 18 mins approx $300) Overnight Bungle Bungles Safari Park. BLD

Day 6 – After breakfast Halls Creek is next with its gold mining history including the tale of Russian Jack, before the local Aboriginal Art CentreThis is Mesa country with impressive views over the vast grassland plains,  we pass the Tanami Track to Wolffe Creek crater and the “shortcut” to Alice Springs. Take a break at the scenic and bird lovers Marys Pool on the Mary River.  We continue westward on the Savannah Way then lunch at the picturesque Ngumban Cliffs.

An optional 2 hour Aboriginal guided cultural experience at Mimbi Caves (subject to availability) can be included if pre-arranged – requires rocky walk in dark cave. Heading west we arrive at Fitzroy Crossing which is an education and supply centre for surrounding cattle stations and Aboriginal communities.  Our afternoon is topped off with a relaxing Darngku Geike Gorge sunset river cruise on the vast Fitzroy River, where we marvel at the high cliffs, annual flood records, stunning wildlife and river tales from our knowledgeable local guide. Overnight Fitzroy River Lodge BL

Day 7 – After breakfast, we then follow the boabs and the Devonian Reef / Napier Range to Tunnel Creek, well hidden in the fascinating geology of this limestone reef with its many boab trees and picturesque complex shapes. This is where the Aboriginal freedom fighter Jandamarra and the Bunuba Resistance was centred in the 1890s, depicted in 2 novels and recent stage production. Here we can don torches and shorts to wade through this incredible underground river system full of stalagmites and stalactites and even an under ground spring. Alternatively, take a short walk in the shady and refreshing surrounding area by the creek that feeds the underground water system.

Travelling on by the Napier Range we arrive for lunch and a short walk in Windjana Gorge National Park with abundant wildlife and numerous freshwater crocodiles in this eerie, ancient seabed environment – where the mega fauna roamed. There are plenty of fresh water crocodiles here and abundant bird and lush plant life.Leaving Windjana Gorge we travel the Gibb River Road to the Mowanjum Aboriginal Art Centre and Derby township, and view King Sound where Australia’s biggest tides of 10m or 30 ft occur. We visit the culturally significant Prison Boab Tree. We arrive Broome and time permitting enjoy Cable Beach in time for the spectacular sunset over the Indian Ocean. Enjoy a meal at a local restaurant before overnight in Broome. BL Tour completes this evening at approximately 6 pm. Accommodation own arrangements or we can arrange accommodation for you.

Kimberley Darwin to Broome Tour via Lake Argyle Mitchell Falls 7 Days


  • Kununurra (from Darwin own arrangements) to Broome via Halls Creek includes 4WD tour to Cathedral Gorge & Echidna Chasm in Bungle Bungles
  • Mitchell Falls flight option with with optional walk to Merton & Mitchell Falls
  • Cruises on Lake Argyle & Chamberlain River plus Geike Gorge on Fitzroy River
  • Bungle Bungles Domes walk to Cathedral Gorge and Piccanniny Creek
  • El Questro walks & swims, Zebedee Hot Springs, Emma Gorge, Jackaroos waterhole,
  • Cockburn Range, Parry Lagoon, Wyndham, Five Rivers Lookout
  • Cattle Stations of El Questro, Mabel Downs, and many more
  • Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek – Jandamarra story, Fitzroy Crossing
  • 6 nights Fully Accommodated in motels / cabins / eco tents or Camping option (reduces price – please ask)
  • All National Park fees

Exclusions for Kimberley Kununurra to Broome Lake Argyle Mitchell Falls 7 Day Tour

  • 2 dinners own purchase in restaurant. Alcohol
  • Mitchell Falls Flight unless chosen as an extra – see booking link
  • Flights to and from departure points. Flight or travel from Darwin to Kununurra

You can book and see more details and options at the link here …

See Kimberley map Here or What to Bring –  Gear You Bring Accommodated Tours

Burke and Wills Dig Tree Tours

Burke and Wills Dig Tree ToursBurke and Wills Dig Tree Tours from Spirit Safaris are available from 4 to 10 or  more days, each with unique attractions and itineraries. Some include Lake Eyre and Flinders Ranges, others the Eromanga dinosaurs of southern Queensland, and Macquarie Marshes and Warrumbungles. All include the famous Burke and Wills Dig Tree reserve on the banks of the Cooper Creek on Nappa Merrie Station near Innaminka.

These Burke and Wills Dig Tree Tours are available from different locations ie Sydney, Broken Hill, Alice Springs and Adelaide

Burke and Wills Dig Tree Tours Calendar

Scheduled tours and Dates are shown – Click arrow to change month

Burke and Wills Dig Tree Tours Summary

Here’s a summary of the available tours from Spirit Safaris with their respective links – click blue text. Some tours may be scheduled but can be depending on numbers and other factors:

Contact us by email or phone to answer any questions

Deep Nature Dive – Life Changing Webinar

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You will be guided you through the fundamental elements of reconnecting with the wild to unlock clarity, creativity, and a renewed sense of purpose. This webinar serves as your first step towards a more centered and empowered self.

Discover how to tapping into the limitless energy and wisdom of your nature creates a life filled with purpose and fulfillment.

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Campfire Chat December 2023

Campfire Chat December 2023

The purpose of our Campfire Chats is to connect with past and future travellers, and answer any of your questions about tours and travel, and songlines. Items discussed at the Campfire Chat December 2023 are here at links below …

  • You can save $1000 on tours of 8 or more days, by taking advantage of the EARLYBIRD SAVINGS that end December 22 (Friday). If you need extra time but still want to save that $1000 I can give you till December 29. This is available for full payment of a tour booked for 2024.
  • Prices on 2024 tours as listed here will increase after December 22.
  • Invite your friends to join you and we will pay you a referrers fee of $100 per person
  • Earn income & empower communities with Planet Partners Events   / Dance for the Trees – see info here
  • Deep Nature Dive Webinar: Discover the transformative power of nature in our one-hour webinar designed to introduce you to the profound benefits of Nature Connection, and our Nature Within Workshops. I am also a leading-edge results coach and course creator, and I will guide you through the fundamental elements of reconnecting with the wild to unlock clarity, creativity, and a renewed sense of purpose. This webinar serves as a first step towards a more centred and empowered human being (rather than a human doing).  To join, please use the Registration link here …
  • The FREE Songlines Leylines and Sacred Sites webinar is linked from here –

Looking forward to seeing you in 2024 and

wishing you and family a very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year

Please ask if any questions