Head outback for tours

Outback Queensland has experienced a bumper tourism year in 2021 and 2022 is shaping up to be the same.

And why not? Outback Queensland is packed full of authentic experiences and incredibly diverse landscapes.

Longreach-based Outback Aussie Tours are specialists in guided tours of Outback Queensland. Owners, Alan (Smithy) and Sue Smith, love the Outback and share a passion for its strong sense of community and freedom. For more than three decades, this passion has translated to some truly memorable touring adventures for their guests.

Outback Aussie Tours are a proud Eco Certified Nature Tourism Operator committed to best practice environmental sustainability and supporting their local outback communities. In depth interpretation of the natural and cultural stories is guaranteed when touring with this Savannah Guide Operator. Comfort and safety are assured aboard their fleet of custom-built vehicles, designed for outback conditions.

Touring experiences are carefully selected for their authenticity and local flavour. Guests benefit from their close working relationship with outback communities, station owners, accommodation providers and local tour operators. As ‘Smithy’ likes to say, ‘Our guests leave as true friends of the outback.’

Guided Tours range from four – 14 days to destinations including Longreach and Winton, Birdsville, Corner Country, Gulf Savannah, Cape York and Torres Strait. All tours can be packaged with flight or rail connections for a seamless travel experience – just speak to their enthusiastic reservation team. They also operate a selection of day tours and cruises in Longreach including the award-winning Drover’s Sunset Cruise with Smithy’s Outback Dinner & Show.

With Outback Queensland touring in high demand, they are about to open sales for their 2023 program. If Outback Queensland is on your bucket list, you’re encouraged to book in early!

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