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.
On 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
Private and Small Group Outback NSW Tours for 2-4 adults or families from 2-7 people per 4WD vehicle are now available from Sydney to Broken Hill, Corner Country, Mungo, Bourke and beyond, starting in June.
A range of tours from 4-14 days are offered by long term outback tour operator Spirit Safaris.
The company has 27 years experience with small and private group tours in remote areas and outback New South Wales.
With Covid-19 limitations, these private and small group tours are the best way to enjoy travel, have fun and keep your friends and family safe.
“These private and small group tours are a great way to escape Covid-19 lockdown and enjoy remote and outback wilderness areas, explore amazing parts of NSW, and support local communities while minimising Covid-19 risks” says Richard O’Neill, owner of Spirit Safaris. “Normally we operate in all states of Australia, so comply with the best safe work practices in the industry.”
People can travel as a couple or bring one or two of their friends and know that they are avoiding the crowds in buses or larger groups. As a small or private group, stops can be at the customers’ convenience or their places of special interest.
Tours explore NSWCorner Country, Mungo and Gundabooka National Park with unique Aboriginal Rock Art, Bourke, Darling River, Macquarie Marshes, Broken Hill and amazing icons on the way from Sydney and return over 12 days.
Broken Hill, which once had its own stock exchange, is a tour highlight. Guests visit the original BHP mine site, the Line of Lode memorial, Pro Harts Gallery, the Living Outback Sculptures and marvel at the history and size of the birthplace of the “Big Australian”, BHP. Shorter tours are also available that meet the train service to Sydney, and tour to Camerons Corner, Innamincka, Lake Eyre, Flinders Ranges and Coongie Lakes.
The Silo Art Trail is part of the 12 day tour, and is a new phenomenon of massive and beautiful artworks on outback grain silos in remote country towns. The artworks are a photographers delight, with such uniquely Australian images.
Supporting regional communities with visitors and bringing much needed income to country towns affected by drought and or bushfires, is also a primary intention of these remote regional tours.
These very personal small group tours are connecting people to each other and unique nature and the extraordinary beauty and history in our own backyard.
“Our GXL Toyota Landcruisers have a proven safety record and are very comfortable, as expressed by many passengers over the years,” says Mr O’Neill, a fifth-generation Australian with strong family connections to the land.
The 12 day tour includes visiting such sites as the Siding Springs Observatory in the Warrumbungle Ranges near Coonabarabran, Mungo National Park, Broken Hill, and the Darling River Run, Burke and Wills camp on the banks of Menindee Lakes. People can take a cruise on the Jandra paddleboat from Bourke and revisit the ancient Aboriginal fish traps in Brewarrina that are more than 40,000 years old.
Silverton and the movie sets where Mad Max and other Aussie icons were made, is on the list, and guests dine at Mario’s Palace Hotel, still with its incredible artworks as revealed in the movie Pricilla Queen of the Desert fame.
Camerons Corner, the Dingo Fence and Tippaburra are included to really take in the best of Outback NSW
These Private and Small Group Outback NSW Tours commence from June 10, 2020 through to November and then into 2021.
“This time of year we are usually operating tours in the Kimberley and remote areas such as the Canning Stock Route, Simpson Desert and from Broken Hill and South Australia including Lake Eyre, Arkaroola and the Flinders Ranges. The Covid-19 situation has caused us to consolidate, so travellers can now have an exciting adventure closer to home in New South Wales, reaching some of these unique places in these very capable and comfortable off-road vehicles.
Guests waiting in airport queues to catch a flight is also not needed, as tours depart Sydney or Broken Hill, and can often pick up guests enroute.