Breathtaking gorges, rich cultural heritage, unique landscapes, and sprawling brown land – there’s nothing quite like the Aussie outback.
Whether you want to experience the hallowed ground of Uluru or kayak through Katherine River, our Charter Specialists can work with you to develop an outback Australia experience you’ll never forget! In this article, we’ll discuss some of our top destinations to visit while touring the outback. It really is true what they say – the natural beauty and community spirit of the outback capture the essence of Australia.
Freshwater swimming holes, bountiful wildlife, vibrant canyons and a vast sweeping landscape covering an area three times larger than England, this is Western Australia’s Kimberley. Considered one of the last wilderness frontiers, visiting the Kimberley is like stepping into another world. While you’re here why not cruise the Kimberley coastline with our friends at Ocean Alliance, visit the thriving town of Broome and stay at the luxurious El Questro Homestead.
While there’s a lot to do in the Northern Territory, the Katherine River situated in Nitmiluk National Park is definitely at the top of the list of things you must-do! Typified by the spectacular size and majestic beauty, Nitmiluk National Park is home to 13 gorges, each surrounded by ancient sandstone. Whether you choose to cruise, paddle, walk or fly across this incredible area, you’re sure to witness the spirit of Australia.
Also located in the top end, is the magnificent Uluru. Watch the heart of the red centre come to life under the night starts and stay in the spectacular Longitude 131, we’re sure you’ll never experience anything like it! If you’re looking to experience both the coast and the outback of Australia, take a look at Adagold Luxe’s Quintessential Australian Outback Reef Jet-Centric Tour, it provides the perfect fusion of these experiences.
Have you ever wanted to holiday underground? In the opal mining town of Coober Pedy, South Australia, it’s possible. In fact, most of the population lives underground. Why? To escape the heat! Stay underground at the Desert Cave Hotel, learn about opal mining and explore the Breakaways – a picturesque area once covered by an inland sea. And, if you’re a keen golfer, visit one of the world’s most unique courses – the Coober Pedy Opal Fields Golf Club. In this 18-hole golf course, you’ll traverse the outback landscape armed with a piece of artificial grass to tee off.
Located on the edge of some of Australia’s most recognised countryside – the Simpson Desert, Sturt’s Stony Desert and Channel Country – Birdsville captures the larrikin and desert beauty of Australia. Make sure you time your visit to attend the Birdsville Races – otherwise known as the Melbourne Cup of the Outback. During two days 6,000 racegoers from all across the world, converge on the small town of Birdsville for iconic outback Australian races.
Even though nothing quite says Australia like the outback, it’s a good idea to have charter experts such as Adagold Aviation on your side to help you navigate the beautiful, yet vast, open spaces.
Whether it be a private charter for your corporate event taking place in the outback or a luxurious holiday, Adagold Aviation is a trusted name in the aviation charter management industry. With over 70 years of combined experience, we are passionate about providing excellence in the form of private charters. Contact the experienced team at Adagold Aviation today to discuss your Aussie outback adventure.