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North Simpson Desert | 2025 Hay River

* Prices for outback tours include one vehicle carrying 2 adults and children under 12 years of age.

 

Additional passengers outside of the 2 adults and children under 12 years vehicle configuration are $500 per person. 

 

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2025 TOUR DATES:

16 - 27 April 2025

17 - 28 June 2025

19 - 31 Aug 2025

16 - 27 Oct 2025

 

Our desert 4x4 tag along tours take in the best of the Australian outback. Discover gems like Birdsville, Lake Eyre, Anna Station and the amazing scenery of The Simpson Desert from the comfort of your own four wheel drive.

 

DURATION: 10-12 days

 

RATING: Medium, with some difficult sections

 

TOUR MAP: Click here

 

Don't miss out on our next adventure... we have plenty of dates to suit you and your schedule. 

 

We want you to enjoy unique places and experiences you wouldn’t normally get the chance to see and do. It’s all about gaining the experience and confidence to take on that sand dune or steep, muddy incline.

 

We want to see more people - from all ages and backgrounds - escape the city and discover the bush. And most of all - we want you to fall in love with the adventure and have a fun, safe and unforgettable time with us!

North Simpson Desert | 2025 Hay River

$3,500.00Price
GST Included

We leave from Marree and travel past Lake Eyre South – Kati Thanda National Park, to William Creek near Anna Creek Station, the largest cattle station in the world at just over 6 million acres.

We travel up the Oodnadatta Track past Dalhousie Springs where we can swim in the thermal water, and then go on to Mount Dare and further to where we enjoy a stop-over at Molly Clark's Old Andado Homestead.

We visit Mac Clark’s Conservation Reserve and explore the Acacia Peuce trees, commonly known as the Waddywood tree which was used to make the waddy waddy for Aboriginal hunting, and which are found only in two other places in the world.

Next, we head up Binn’s Track to Alice Springs and East along the Plenty Highway to the start of the Hay River Track.  After stopping at Batton Hill we spend several nights camping on this remote track.

Things to see on the Hay River Track include camels, wildflowers, and majestic river gums. In the past this part of the Northern Simpson was closed to the public. The aboriginal custodians now welcome us to their land, and we might even learn how to find bush tucker.

Finally, we head to Poeppel Corner, marked up in 1880 during a survey of the Western section of the border between Queensland and South Australia, and across the QAA Line towards Birdsville. We stop at Big Red and take in the spectacular views over the mighty Simpson Desert, the biggest parallel dune desert in the world, then on to enjoy what Birdsville has to offer, including a beer in the famous Birdsville Pub.

After these wonderful adventures we head South down the Birdsville Track past Mungerannie and back to Marree.

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