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New Lake Eyre Tours and Flights from Sydney Broken Hill Adelaide Alice Springs

These new small group by 4WD Lake Eyre Tours and Flights from Sydney Broken Hill Adelaide Alice Springs are happening July August September to catch the latest Lake Eyre floods. Genuine small groups – Only 2 – 4 people per Four Wheel Drive. Floodwater are coming in from most rivers surrounding Lake Eyre after heavy rains in the Channel Country plus Uluru and Alice Springs. Goyder Lagoon (photo) is overflowing into Lake Eyre

See our calendar and link to all tours from here or see Lake Eyre Tours and Flights from Sydney Broken Hill Adelaide Alice Springs options from links below…

Goyder Lagoon New Lake Eyre Tours and Flights from Sydney Broken Hill Adelaide Alice Springs
Goyder Lagoon

Here are the latest Lake Eyre Tours and flights options …

August 10 -14 – Lake Eyre Tours Flights with Wilpena Pound Walks 4 Days

https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/436055/lake-eyre-tours-flights-with-wilpena-pound-walks-4-days

Or join us on a longer adventure from Sydney or Alice Springs, or from Adelaide.

August 14 – 18  – Lake Eyre from Sydney to Alice Springs via Broken Hill Coober Pedy and NSW Outback 5 days- https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/437411/lake-eyre-from-sydney-to-alice-springs-via-broken-hill-coober-pedy-and-nsw-outback-5-days

August 15 – 18 – Adelaide to Alice Springs with Lake Eyre Wilpena Pound Flinders Ranges Coober Pedy 4 Days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/347395/adelaide-to-alice-springs-with-lake-eyre-wilpena-pound-flinders-ranges-coober-pedy-4-days

Sept 11- 14 – Lake Eyre Alice Springs to Adelaide via Coober Pedy Oodnadatta Track Tour and Flight 4 Days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/418893/lake-eyre-alice-springs-to-adelaide-via-coober-pedy-oodnadatta-track-tour-and-flight-4-days

September 12 – 21 – Channel and Corner Country Alice Springs to Birdsville Innaminka Broken Hill Mungo Adelaide 10 Day Tour – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/576665/channel-and-corner-country-alice-springs-to-birdsville-innaminka-broken-hill-mungo-adelaide-10-day-tour

Sept 15 – Lake Eyre Tours Flights with Wilpena Pound Walks 4 Days – Adelaide return – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/436055/lake-eyre-tours-flights-with-wilpena-pound-walks-4-days

Sept 16 – Arkaroola Wilpena Flinders Ranges Lake Eyre Tours 6 days – Adelaide return – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/278660/arkaroola-wilpena-flinders-ranges-lake-eyre-tours-6-days

Tour Details are at the links above, or see the Lake Eyre Tours and Flights Calendar to see Lake Eyre Tours and Flights from Sydney Broken Hill Adelaide Alice Springs ..

Please ask if any questions

Thank you

Richard O’Neill

Managing Director
Spirit Safaris
PO Box 488 Neutral Bay NSW 2089 Australia – 83 Campbell Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
Sydney 02 8213 3225 Melbourne 03 9017 6862 Brisbane 07 3137 1607 Perth 08 6364 3651 Adelaide 08 8120 0366 Alice Springs 08 8120 0366

Local Call 1300 763 188    Mobile 0417 244 600   International + 61 417 244 600

Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023

Here is an introduction video to Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 –  see dates and links below …

Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023

Are you ready to embark on an extraordinary journey through the breathtaking landscapes of Kimberley? Look no further, because Spirit Safaris has been offering unforgettable Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 to this mesmerizing region for over 30 years. Founded by Richard O’Neill, our company has been exploring the Kimberley since 1997, and we invite you to join us on an adventure of a lifetime.
The Kimberley region is renowned for its natural beauty, and our Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 provide the perfect opportunity to witness its magic firsthand. Immerse yourself in the stunning scenery, where cascading waterfalls are currently at their most spectacular due to the recent big wet season. Prepare to be captivated by the sight of these gorgeous waterfalls, their powerful flow rejuvenated by nature’s own hand.

One of the highlights of our Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 is a visit to Parry Lagoon, a Ramsar site that serves as a haven for an array of bird species. As the northern hemisphere’s feathered residents migrate to this sanctuary, the lagoon becomes a bustling hub of avian activity. Witness the fascinating spectacle of these winged travelers finding respite and nourishment in this pristine environment. Bird enthusiasts will be delighted by the opportunity to observe and photograph these magnificent creatures up close.

For those with an appreciation for ancient art, the Kimberley region offers a treasure trove of rock art sites. Our Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 provide you with the opportunity to explore these incredible galleries, where ancient stories and traditions are etched into the very fabric of the land. Marvel at the intricate details and vivid colors that have withstood the test of time, providing a window into the rich cultural heritage of the indigenous people of Kimberley.

No visit to the Kimberley would be complete without a trip to Mitchell Falls. These majestic falls, nestled within the rugged terrain, are a sight to behold. Feel the mist on your face as you witness the water cascading down in a magnificent display of natural power. Our Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 are carefully designed to take you to these remote and awe-inspiring locations, ensuring you have the opportunity to experience the very best of Kimberley.

Beyond the natural wonders, the Kimberley region also boasts a delightful climate, offering a welcome escape from the cooler temperatures of the southern regions. Bask in the warmth and soak up the tropical vibes as you explore this captivating land.

Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023 great swimming

If you’re ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure in the Kimberley, Spirit Safaris is here to make your dreams a reality. Our knowledgeable guides, comfortable accommodations, and carefully crafted itineraries ensure that every aspect of your journey is seamless and memorable.

So, why wait? Take the leap and join us on one of our Kimberley Private Small Group Tours 2023. Whether you’re a nature lover, a history enthusiast, or simply seeking a transformative experience, the Kimberley region has something extraordinary to offer. Contact us today to learn more about our tours or to ask any questions you may have. Get ready to discover the wonders of Kimberley with Spirit Safaris.

Here are Available dates and details for Kimberley and more ..

 

June 4 – 15  – Kimberley Broome to Broome Accommodated Mitchell Falls Rock Art Bungles El Questro Lake Argyle Gibb River Road 12 Day Tour fully accommodated – 2 places

https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/526047/kimberley-broome-to-broome-accommodated-mitchell-falls-rock-art-bungles-el-questro-lake-argyle-gibb-river-road-12-day-tour

Jun 18 – 25 – Kimberley Broome to Broome via Gibb River Road Bungles El Questro Manning Gorge Tour 8 days – camping with likely accommodation upgrade options  2 places https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/429514/kimberley-broome-to-broome-via-gibb-river-road-bungles-el-questro-manning-gorge-tour-8-days

August 1-8 – Kimberley Kununurra (Darwin depart option) to Broome Lake Argyle with Mitchell Falls Accommodated 8 Day Tour – fully accommodated – 2 places
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/288006/kimberley-kununurra-darwin-option-to-broome-lake-argyle-mitchell-falls-accommodated-8-day-tour

August 2-8 – Kimberley Kununurra (Darwin depart option) to Broome Lake Argyle Mitchell Falls option Accommodated 7 Day Tour – fully accommodated – 2 places
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/421989/kimberley-kununurra-darwin-option-to-broome-lake-argyle-mitchell-falls-accommodated-7-day-tour

August 21  – Canning Stock Route Tour Broome to Newman or Broome 16 days  https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/262743/canning-stock-route-tour-broome-to-newman-or-broome-16-days

August 21 – Canning Stock Route Tour from Alice Springs to Alice Springs via Gunbarrel Highway & Tanami Track 19 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/392146/canning-stock-route-tour-from-alice-springs-to-alice-springs-via-gunbarrel-highway-tanami-track-19-days

September 12Simpson Desert Tourshttps://www.spiritsafaris.com/simpson-desert-tours/

September 15 – 18 – Lake Eyre Tours Flights with Wilpena Pound Walks 4 Days

September 23 – 26 – Cameron Corner Country Tour from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 4 days.

https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/265487/cameron-corner-country-tour-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-4-days

October 2 – 11- Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art Tibooburra Innamincka Bourke NSW Outback Tour 10 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/548607/cameron-corner-dig-tree-dinosaurs-macquarie-marshes-menindee-broken-hill-silo-art-tibooburra-innamincka-bourke-nsw-outback-tour-10-days

October 2 – 13 – Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Mungo Lightning Ridge Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art Tibooburra Innamincka Bourke NSW Outback Tour 12 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/558729/cameron-corner-dig-tree-dinosaurs-mungo-lightning-ridge-macquarie-marshes-menindee-broken-hill-silo-art-tibooburra-innamincka-bourke-nsw-outback-tour-12-days

You can Call us on 1300 763 188 or 0417 244 600

Kimberley Cameron Corner Lake Eyre Mungo Silo Art Trail Canning Simpson Desert Tours 2023

Kimberley Cameron Corner Lake Eyre Mungo Silo Art Trail Canning Simpson Desert Tours 2023

Brahes Bourke and Wills Dig Tree on Kimberley Cameron Corner Lake Eyre Mungo Silo Art Trail Canning Simpson Desert Tours 2023
Brahes Bourke and Wills Dig Tree

Here are our latest Kimberley Cameron Corner Lake Eyre Mungo Silo Art Trail Canning Simpson Desert Tours 2023 with new dates and tours

PLus here’s a free peek at our recent Cameron Corner Macquarie Marshes Dinosaurs tour to Eromanga in southern QLD – just up the road. https://youtu.be/fbY2nyBp8jw – Next tour to there includes Lightning Ridge and Mungo NP and is in October (see below)

Your next adventures are here  –  including Kimberley, Silo Art, Lake Eyre, Cameron Corner Bourke & Wills Dig Tree and more…

Comfortable GXL Landcruisers with maximum 4 adults per car are our specialty

April 21 – 26 Cameron Corner Country Tour from Sydney to Broken Hill 6 days – please ask  https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/265487/cameron-corner-country-tour-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-4-days

April 23 – 26 Cameron Corner Country Tour from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 4 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/265487/cameron-corner-country-tour-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-4-days

April 28 – Arkaroola Wilpena Flinders Ranges Lake Eyre Tours 6 days 
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/278660/arkaroola-wilpena-flinders-ranges-lake-eyre-tours-6-days

April 28 – Corner Country Dig Tree Birdsville Track Strzelecki Track Oodnadatta Track & Lake Eyre Tours 8 Days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/272763/corner-country-dig-tree-birdsville-track-strzelecki-track-oodnadatta-track-lake-eyre-tours-8-days  – 2 seats

May 7-11 – Coongie Lakes Cameron Corner Country Innaminka Dig Tree  Tour from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 5 days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/391326/cameron-corner-country-innaminka-dig-tree-coongie-lakes-tour-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-5-days

May 12-15 Cameron Corner Country Tour from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 4 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/265487/cameron-corner-country-tour-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-4-days

May 13-15 – Lake Eyre Tours and Flight from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 3 days – see Lake Eyre 
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/314254/lake-eyre-tours-and-flight-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-3-days

May 13- 16 – Lake Eyre Tours Flights with Wilpena Pound Walks 4 Days 
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/436055/lake-eyre-tours-flights-with-wilpena-pound-walks-4-days

May 16 – 18 – Mungo National Park Tour Broken Hill to Sydney 3 days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/490268/mungo-national-park-tour-broken-hill-to-sydney-3-days

May 22 – 26  – 5 Day NSW Outback Mungo Silo Art Wentworth Menindee Darling River Run Sydney to Broken Hill – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/487851/5-day-nsw-outback-mungo-silo-art-wentworth-menindee-darling-river-run-sydney-to-broken-hill

May 23 – 27 – Silo Art Trail Tour NSW Victoria South Australia Sydney Adelaide 5 Days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/388291/silo-art-trail-tour-nsw-victoria-south-australia-sydney-adelaide-5-days

May 28 – 31 – Adelaide to Alice Springs with Lake Eyre Wilpena Pound Flinders Ranges Coober Pedy 4 Days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/347395/adelaide-to-alice-springs-with-lake-eyre-wilpena-pound-flinders-ranges-coober-pedy-4-days

This listing or Kimberley Cameron Corner Lake Eyre Mungo Silo Art Trail Canning Simpson Desert Tours 2023 then have a Kimberley focus until return south …

June 4 – 15  – Kimberley Broome to Broome Accommodated Mitchell Falls Rock Art Bungles El Questro Lake Argyle Gibb River Road 12 Day Tour fully accommodated – 2 places

https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/526047/kimberley-broome-to-broome-accommodated-mitchell-falls-rock-art-bungles-el-questro-lake-argyle-gibb-river-road-12-day-tour

Jun 18 – 25 – Kimberley Broome to Broome via Gibb River Road Bungles El Questro Manning Gorge Tour 8 days – camping with likely accommodation upgrade options  2 places https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/429514/kimberley-broome-to-broome-via-gibb-river-road-bungles-el-questro-manning-gorge-tour-8-days

August 1-8 – Kimberley Kununurra (Darwin depart option) to Broome Lake Argyle with Mitchell Falls Accommodated 8 Day Tour – fully accommodated – 2 places
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/288006/kimberley-kununurra-darwin-option-to-broome-lake-argyle-mitchell-falls-accommodated-8-day-tour

August 2-8 – Kimberley Kununurra (Darwin depart option) to Broome Lake Argyle Mitchell Falls option Accommodated 7 Day Tour – fully accommodated – 2 places
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/421989/kimberley-kununurra-darwin-option-to-broome-lake-argyle-mitchell-falls-accommodated-7-day-tour

August 21  – Sept 4 – Canning Stock Route Tour Broome to Newman or Broome 16 days  https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/262743/canning-stock-route-tour-broome-to-newman-or-broome-16-days

August 21 – Sept 8  – Canning Stock Route Tour from Alice Springs to Alice Springs via Gunbarrel Highway & Tanami Track 19 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/392146/canning-stock-route-tour-from-alice-springs-to-alice-springs-via-gunbarrel-highway-tanami-track-19-days

September 12 – 21  – Simpson Desert Adelaide return with Birdsville Track & Lake Eyre 10 Dayshttps://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/303064/simpson-desert-adelaide-return-with-birdsville-track-lake-eyre-10-days

September 12 – 21 – Simpson Desert Crossing Alice Springs to Mt Dare Dalhousie Birdsville Boulia Alice Springs 10 days – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/397267/simpson-desert-crossing-alice-springs-to-mt-dare-dalhousie-birdsville-boulia-alice-springs-10-days

September 12 – 24 – Simpson Desert Crossing from Alice Springs via Hay River Madigan Batton Hill Camp 13 days  – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/396543/simpson-desert-crossing-from-alice-springs-via-hay-river-madigan-batton-hill-camp-13-days

Sept 23 – 26 – Cameron Corner Country Tour from Broken Hill to Broken Hill 4 days
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/265487/cameron-corner-country-tour-from-broken-hill-to-broken-hill-4-days

October 2 – 13 – Cameron Corner Dig Tree Dinosaurs Mungo Lightning Ridge Macquarie Marshes Menindee Broken Hill Silo Art Tibooburra Innamincka Bourke NSW Outback Tour 12 days https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/558729/cameron-corner-dig-tree-dinosaurs-mungo-lightning-ridge-macquarie-marshes-menindee-broken-hill-silo-art-tibooburra-innamincka-bourke-nsw-outback-tour-12-days

These availalable (at time of posting) latest Kimberley Cameron Corner Lake Eyre Mungo Silo Art Trail Canning Simpson Desert Tours 2023 are listed on our All Tours page and our Booking site here

Please ask if any questions or call on 0417 244 600

Cameron Corner Country Innamincka Dig Tree Coongie Lakes 4WD Tour

Cameron Corner Country Innamincka Dig Tree Coongie Lakes 4WD Tour – NSW / QLD  / SA Corner – 5 Day Corner Country from Broken Hill return to Broken Hill via Tibooburra, Milparinka, Moomba, Innaminka, Coongie Lakes Dig Tree, Cameron Corner – Explore in the footsteps of Burke & Wills (visit the Dig Tree) this remote and fascinating area around the junction of the NSW, QLD & SA borders. 5 days from Broken Hill (or Sydney Adelaide or Melbourne by rail, fly or coach options available) –

Details below  …

Explore in the footsteps of Burke & Wills (visit the famous Dig Tree & historic reserve) this remote and fascinating area around the junction of the NSW, QLD & SA borders, known as Cameron Corner. Travel through giant sheep stations from over 100 years ago, witness the Moomba oil fields & mighty Cooper Creek at Innamincka. Travelling in our luxury 4WD Landcruisers, you can stand at the famous Cameron Corner, and stay overnight at the “corner store”. Discover ancient Aboriginal rock art sites and hear the tales of the great Cattle drives as we travel the Strzelecki Track – pioneered by Captain Starlight as he stole 1000 cattle from Queensland QLD in 1870. Later, Sidney Kidman & Co and many others made their fortunes on the track pioneered by Starlight.Cameron Corner Country Innamincka Dig Tree Coongie Lakes 4WD Tour - dig tree

Cameron Corner Country Innamincka Dig Tree Coongie Lakes 4WD Tour Details …

Day 1 – Depart Broken Hill (or Adelaide day prior) through the Barrier Ranges on the Silver City Highway via Packsaddle for Milparinka and the Albert Hotel. Appreciate this once thriving gold mining town at the restored Milparinka Heritage Precinct. We check out the Tibooburra pub and considerable town before heading into the Sturt Desert & crossing the Grey Range with a stop at Fort Grey. The park protects an enormous arid landscape of space and solitude. The rolling red-sand dunes of the Strzelecki desert ripple through the western section, graduating past surprising wetlands surrounded by white sands. After some great opportunities for photos, and to explore we arrive at Cameron Corner on the 3 states corner (NSW, SA & QLD) for a tasty meal and overnight at the “Corner Store”.

Cameron Corner Country Innamincka Dig Tree Coongie Lakes 4WD Tour - corner post

Day 2 – Travel via Bollards Lagoon, the Yellow Bus site (now buried) and Merty Merty station, crossing the sand hills of the Strzelecki Desert, and Creek as we head for the Strzelecki Track and the uncanny Moomba oil & gas fields. We pass the site of the geothermal power plant / hot rocks project of Geodynamics where Australia has the hottest rocks on Earth, outside of volcanic areas. Arriving in Innaminka, check out the birdlife at sunset on the Cooper Creek before a delicious meal at the Innamincka Hotel Overnight Innaminka.

Hot Rocks – Geologists think that 10 million years ago, the granites in the Cooper Basin, South Australia, were exposed at the surface. Since that time they have been covered by a sedimentary layer, four kilometres thick, that acts as an overlying blanket; trapping the heat and preventing it from escaping to the atmosphere.

The heat is created by naturally occurring radiogenic decay that heats the granite to more than 250 degrees Celsius. The granite temperatures in Europe are only 180 degrees Celsius. The granite belt in the Cooper Basin is fractured in horizontal layers and these fractures naturally contain water at very high pressures – up to 5, 000 pounds per square inch.

Day 3 –  In 1928 the Australian Inland Mission (a part of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia) built a hospital at Innaminka, the Elizabeth Symon Nursing Home. Known as the Mission hospital, it was restored with funding from by Dick Smith and Australian Geographic, and now serves as a museum and National Parks office. A fascinating historical record here.

Today we explore more of the Cooper Creek region and Coongie Lakes, (conditional on road being open) a unique wetlands area in the desert sandhills approximately 100 km from Innaminka, attracting birdlife from afar. A rare chance to visit this remote and surrounding area

Malkumba-Coongie Lakes National Park is one of the most spectacular of South Australia’s natural attractions. The park is a pristine water world made up of channels, waterholes, lakes, internal deltas, shallow floodplains and interdune corridors and swamps. Motorboats, camp fires, fishing and generators are not permitted in the park, ensuring a genuine wilderness experience.

Coongie Lakes is listed as a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance. The waterbird diversity is high for an arid wetland and is a significant feeding, resting and breeding site for an enormous number of birds that migrate to the area. The wetland plays host to a diversity of wildlife including fish, reptiles and frogs. It transforms into a breeding ground for an enormous number of migratory birds from around the world. The contrast from sand dunes to vast wetlands is remarkable. The park is a true wilderness for visitors seeking a place of solitude to enjoy nature. Take advantage of the wilderness – camp, canoe, enjoy photography, bushwalk, discover the Aboriginal history and generally relax in the calm surrounds of the wetlands. Overnight Innamincka.

Day 4 – For the early birds take a stroll to the nearby Coopers Creek look at creek side birdlife usually brimming with life.  – and quirky Innamincka – before we head for the SA/ QLD border and Nappa Merrie Station (previously owned by S Kidman & Co) to the Burke & Wills Dig Tree. Here, Burke & Wills, their support team waited 3 months and provisions were buried for the northern explorers. The support left 1 day before Burke & Wills return, and the supplies were not found leading to their demise. Lots of history, and birdlife here on the infamous Cooper Creek. Heading south we travel through picturesque desert then into sand hill country via Orientos, Santos and Sullivans Tank before crossing the border into NSW at the Warri Gate on the Dingo fence, and once again into the Sturt Desert. Taking in vast stony plains, the towering red-sand hills of the great Strzelecki Desert and the unusual flat-topped mesas around the Olive Downs, this park covers 340,000 hectares of classic outback terrain. Thanks to the protection of the dingo-proof fence, there are large populations of western grey and red kangaroos. We arrive Tibooburra for dinner & overnight at the local hotel in this most remote NSW desert town.
Cameron Corner Country Innamincka Dig Tree Coongie Lakes 4WD Tour - outdoor museum

Day 5 – Time to explore Tibooburra, and the Outdoor Pastoral Museum.  Flat-topped mesas and fantastic views characterise the central Jump-Up country. Remnant gidgee woodland, the catchment system of the ephemeral Twelve-Mile Creek and gibber and grass-covered plains dominate the east, while 450 million year old granite tors surrounding Tibooburra form part of the southern boundary of the park. We leave town and head for Pooles Grave & Depot Glen where in 1845 Charles Sturt’s men were stranded and lay camp. Travelling south via salt lakes and vast plains we arrive Broken Hill late afternoon with many a tale to share. BLD

Inclusions –

  • 5 days with 4 nights Hotel Motel Accommodation – twin share or single supplement available
  • Genuine small group tour vehicle – 4WD Landcruisers with a maximum of 4 people per car.
  • Professional Driver Guide
  • All meals
  • Wild wildlife!!
  • National Parks entry fees.
  • Tour price supports Outback Kids &Nature Care projects.
  • Book or Call Now 1300 763 188

Book here https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/catalog/319986/corner-channel-country

Soil, Grass and Cancer

Soil, Grass and Cancer Paperback – January 1, 2000

from, Amazon and common sense

This long-out-of-print classic showed that soil fertility was directly linked to human and animal disease. Almost a half-century ago, Andr Voisin had already grasped the importance of the subterranean world. He mapped the elements of the soil and their effects on plants, and ultimately, animal and human life as well. He saw the hidden danger in oversimplified fertilization practices and the use of toxic chemicals that ignore the delicate balance of trace minerals and nutrients in the soil.This is not, however, merely a persuasive testament to the link between soil, human and animal health. It is also essential reading for anyone committed to increasing both the quality and the profitability of their pastures. While grass and livestock farmers will benefit most from the wealth of information on rotation management and fertilization practices, there is much in this book for anyone who makes a living from the earth.

With a volume of meticulously researched information, Voisin issues a call to agricultural scientists, veterinarians, dietitians and intelligent farmers to stand up and acknowledge the responsibilities they bear in the matter of public health. He writes as well to the alarmed consumer of agricultural products, hoping to spread the knowledge of the possibilities of protective medicine part of a concerted attempt to remove the causes of ill health, disease and, in particular, cancer.


Here are 10 quotes from Andre Voisin to move from grass to the protective medicine of tomorrow:

  1. As yields double or treble, we remove 2-3 times more elements from the soil and replace only a limited number.
  2. It is not merely a question of healing the animal or man stricken by disease, it is necessary to heal the soil so as to have to heal the animal or man. We concentrate our efforts on the results and neglect the causes.
  3. The mineral element does not exercise the same influence when it is applied to the soil as it does when added to the ration. The trace element of the soil is organized by the plant.  Mineral elements of soil transformed by plant into organic compound which have a dietic value very different for the same element under its mineral form.
  4. The dusts of the soil control the metabolism of the cells.
  5. Disease created chiefly by destroying the harmony reigning among the elements of the soil
  6. Agronomic methods throw out of gear the mechanisms of the human cell.
  7. Agriculture constantly being forced to increase its output, producing more food, more cheaply without any thought for its biological value.
  8. Tasks of “protective” medicine is how to return nutritive value to food to halt diseases of civilization.
  9. Protection against cancer much more important that cancer therapy.
  10. Soil science is the foundation of protective medicine.

Remember who you really are – rediscover yourself here – https://www.spiritsafaris.com/vision-quest-online/

and see the book here  – https://www.amazon.com/Soil-Grass-Cancer-Andre-Voisin/dp/0911311645

Karijini National Park Tour from Broome

Karijini National Park Tour from Broome

Here we are showing a bit of Karijini National Park on our Karijini National Park Tour from Broome – The Circular Pool behind us in the video there and we’re looking into the Hancock Gorge. The whole area is this beautiful sedimentary rock of the Hamersley Range – I don’t know a place in Australia like this – it’s very unique. Hancock Gorge there again in the background and that lovely Snappy Gum tree on my right. We see more of the gorges there.

This this is our 6 day Pilbara Karratha Karijini National Park tour from Broome. You can also join in Port Hedland or Karratha.

There we see one of the Karijini Eco Retreat eco tents that we stay and then more of the Hancock Gorge nearby Weano Gorge and Oxer lookout. This walk is down in the Knox Gorge which is pretty easy going walking. You can also walk along the top of the gorges from some great views and beautiful environment. The Snappy Gums are plentiful here with some very special bark features about them. The gorges have water and lovely pools in them for swimming in this special place.

We viist the Burrup Rock Art and very nearby is the Red Dog memorial as well, so we check him. On screen is one of the Rio Tinto trains coming back to Tom Price – You many see Hamersley Iron on the trains as Rio are major shareholders. Tis train is heading back to Tom Price for another load of iron ore to head back down to Karratha and the Dampier Port with around 286 rail trucks. We travel down this Rio Tinto Railway Road next to the railway line which is unique and needs a special permit to do so.

The LNG Gas Plant is also visited at Dampier – that where gas comes in from offshore rigs, is cleaned and liquified for export to Asia and beyond.

We have several tours out of Broome this year so check it out at the website and calendar here

https://www.spiritsafaris.com/Pilbara-Karratha-Karijini-Tours/

or see and click calendar below

thank you – see you soon thank you

Richard O’Neill
Spirit Safaris

and see the map below …

Karijini National Park Tour from Broome


Waldheim Cottage Cradle Mountain Tasmania Tour


Discover these hidden wonders of Waldheim Cottage on Cradle Mountain Tasmania Tour Tasmanian Wilderness Explorer tour

“This (Cradle Mountain area) must be a national park for the people for all time. It is magnificent and people must know about it and enjoy it.” – Gustav Weindorfer, 1910

Nestled among the myrtles and King Billy pines at Cradle Valley, Waldheim Chalet provides an insight into the early history of the Cradle Mountain area and the people who played a pivotal role in the establishment of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Gustav and Kate Weindorfer.

The Weindorfers built the rustic home and guest chalet in 1912, naming it Waldheim, meaning ‘forest home’.

Waldheim Chalet continued to be used for accommodation until 1974. In 1976, Waldheim was demolished following a fire and a replica was built using traditional bush carpentry techniques. Made from shingles split from King Billy pine, it is an accurate reconstruction of the chalet as it had appeared at the time of Gustav’s death in 1932. – info from Parks Tasmania

More details from

WalDheim Cottage  – Cradle Mountain Tasmania

Gustav Weindorfer story

from https://www.cradlemountainlodge.com.au/about/history/

Gustav Weindorfer, an Austrian, emigrated to Australia in 1899 and married Kate Cowle of Tasmania in 1902. They bought part of Kate’s brother’s farm (Lauriston) near Mt. Roland and spent their honeymoon camping at the top of Mt. Roland. Both dedicated botanists, for them it seemed the ideal way to spend time together, sheltering in a canvass tent at night and cooking their meals over a camp fire.

In 1909, Gustav and a friend – Charlie Sutton, set out to explore Cradle Mountain. Both men were awed and amazed by the rugged splendour of the highlands and upon returning to Lauriston Gustav was intent on buying land in Cradle Valley.

In March 1902 Gustav commenced building Waldheim (Forest Home). This single roofed hut was gradually extended to provide accommodation for friends and acquaintances with whom he wanted to share his love of this wildly beautiful land. The accommodation and facilities were primitive but when one considers everything, including a large cast iron bath, was carried in by Weindorfer over many miles of trackless bushland, it is extraordinary that the home was ever completed.

In the summer of 1913, Gustav opened Waldheim for business, playing host to visitors prepared to forego contemporary conveniences in order to experience the magnificent highland scenery.

Gustav continued to live at Waldheim even after the death of his beloved Kate in 1916 and though he was to accommodate many people at the chalet he earned the reputation for being a hermit.

On 16 May 1922, the land extending from Cradle Mountain south to Lake St. Clair (some 161,000 hectares) was proclaimed a National Park. The park came into being largely as a result of the considerable efforts made by Gustav, Kate and friends – they had campaigned over many years to have the government recognise the unique nature of the region and to preserve it for all to enjoy.

Gustav died on 4th May 1932 aged 58. He was buried in front of his treasured forest home and in 1938 a monument to Gustav was mounted on the site. Years later Waldheim had fallen into disrepair and the buildings were demolished by the National Parks & Wildlife Service. However, the public outcry over the loss of Waldheim was such that a replica – built from slabs and pailings cut from King Billy Pine – was built on the site.

Today Waldheim is almost as the Weindorfers’ left it, it’s rough hewn walls and tiny rooms with the open verandah where they and their friends looked across the valley to the jutting peaks of Cradle Mountain, now holds records of the early days of Cradle Mountain and the Weindorfer’s efforts to create a National Park to protect it for all time. Every New Year’s Day a memorial service is held at Waldheim to pay tribute to their vision.

Discover these hidden wonders of Walheim Cottage on Cradle Mountain Tasmania Tour Tasmanian Wilderness Explorer tour

 

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Discover Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour

Discover Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour

Discover Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour

 

You can combine and discover Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour departing from Sydney or broken Hill. Are you looking for an adventure that will take you off the beaten track and into the heart of one of Australia’s most awe-inspiring natural landscapes? Look no further than World Heritage listed Mungo National Park, located in the outback of New South Wales. This ancient and remote area is home to a wealth of natural wonders, from towering sand dunes and shimmering salt pans to lush wetlands and an abundance of wildlife.

But the best way to experience the magic of Mungo National Park is on a 4-wheel drive tour. With 20 years of experience leading small group tours in this region, I can take you on a journey through this rugged and remote wilderness, showing you the hidden gems that most visitors never get to see.

Weethalle Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD TourOn our tour, we’ll explore the park’s incredible landscapes by 4-wheel drive, taking in everything from the ancient Aboriginal artifacts and history to the stunning sunsets and starry skies. We’ll also have the opportunity to spot a wide variety of wildlife, including kangaroos, emus, and an array of birdlife. For an added bonus, the tour includes an overnight stay in the comfortable and well-equipped Mungo Lodge, where you can relax and reflect on the day’s adventures in the company of your fellow travellers.

But the true highlight of our tour is the chance to immerse yourself in the ancient culture of the traditional owners of this land, the Barkandji Muthi Muthii and Ngiyampaa people. We’ll learn about their rich history, customs, and way of life, and gain a deeper understanding of the land and its significance to the people who have called it home for thousands of years.


Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour departs from Sydney or Broken Hill and include lunch, snacks, refreshments and accommodation including in Mungo Lodge. We’ll also provide all the necessary equipment and gear, so all you need to bring is a sense of adventure and a camera to capture the memories.

So why wait? Book your spot on our outback 4 wheel drive tour on the Discover Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour today and discover the hidden gems of this ancient and remote wilderness and fascinating destinations in rural New South Wales.



Discover Silo Art Trail and Mungo National Park on an Outback 4WD Tour – Map shows 8 day tour made of 5 or 3 day route

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MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR and Tours for 2023

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Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023

Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023

Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023 plus Silo Art, Darling River, Corner Country, CSR, Simpson, Lightning Ridge, Outback NSW & More … Check out these Features Tours.  Big savings are available for Earlybird bookings SAVE up to $1000 per couple or more than $3000 for groups of 4 or more.  – so check them out at the tour linkKimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023

 

 


Join us on a Journey on “A Road Less Travelled ” and be inspired – Kimberley Tours on The Gibb River Road or one of these Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023


Private Small Group 4WD Adventures for 2-4 or more people

Announcing a new line up of exciting tours for 2023 and end of 2022. These Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023 are Private Small Group 4WD Adventures for 2-4 or more people

Accommodated Kimberley Tours options have been increased and we still have our popular camping tours, and access to Mitchell falls and Horizontals Falls option, plus Cape Leveque. Kimberley tours are booking up quickly for 2023.  Our accommodated or camping Kimberley Tours current options are shown here – https://www.spiritsafaris.com/kimberley-tours/

There is currently 1 Kimberley camping tour on 18 June ie https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/429514/kimberley-broome-to-broome-via-gibb-river-road-bungles-el-questro-manning-gorge-tour-8-days

Accommodated Kimberley 12, 8 and 7 day tours include –

12 day – Kimberley Broome to Broome Accommodated Mitchell Falls Rock Art Bungles El Questro Lake Argyle Gibb River Road –
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/526047/kimberley-broome-to-broome-accommodated-mitchell-falls-rock-art-bungles-el-questro-lake-argyle-gibb-river-road-12-day-tour

8 days Kimberley Broome to Broome via Gibb River Road Bungles El Questro Manning Gorge Tour with add on options
https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/525007/kimberley-broome-to-broome-accommodated-mitchell-falls-gibb-river-bungles-el-questro-windjana-tour-8-days

7 days Kimberley Broome to Broome Accommodated via Gibb River Road Bungles El Questro Windjana Tour with add on options – https://spiritsafaris.rezdy.com/524223/kimberley-broome-to-broome-accommodated-via-gibb-river-road-bungles-el-questro-windjana-tour-7-days

Lake Eyre Tours and Flights

Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023 Lake Eyre Includes 4WD to the lake shore, latest bird viewing, and optional spectacular flight choices over Lake Eyre and surrounds viewing the Warburton Groove (major inflow) Elliot Price Conservation Park, (Donald) Campbell Point, Jackboot, Halligan & Belt Bays, Lake Eyre South, major islands & landmarks – see details here  – https://www.spiritsafaris.com/lake_eyre_tours_flights/


NSW Outback Warrumbungles Mungo National Park Cameron Corner Country and More …

Kimberley Karijini Lake Eyre Mungo NSW Private Small Group Tours 2023 silo art trail and outback NSW

Check out your own back yard with these fascinating tours to these unique iconic areas Cameron Corner, Tibooburra, Broken Hill Mungo Lightning Ridge Museum of Ancient Fishes, Gundabooka Bourke Darling River Run and more – see here https://www.spiritsafaris.com/nsw_tours


Please email if any questions regarding these Tours or give a us a Call on 0417 244600

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