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Mesa in the desert

Abflüge der Diamantina Touring Company im Northern Territory

Seit 1988 führt die Diamantina Touring Company mehrfach preisgekrönte Naturexpeditionen ins australische Outback für alle Altersgruppen durch.

Die Allrad-Safari-Touren bringen Sie abseits der Straße zu den besten Seiten des Outbacks – abgelegene Sanddünenwüsten, spektakuläre Bergketten, Aborigine-Gemeinden, abgelegene Schluchten und alpine Wildnis.

Tagsüber reisen Sie über Land durch weite Wüsten, erkunden die einzigartige Flora und Fauna und bestaunen die außergewöhnlichen, sich ständig verändernden Landschaften. Die Abende werden am Lagerfeuer verbracht und genießen gutes Essen und erlesene australische Weine, wie sie in Magazinen wie Gourmet Traveller vorgestellt werden.

Das Unternehmen befindet sich zu 100 % in australischem Besitz und wird von Australien betrieben.

  • Information


    • ECO Certified (Advanced Ecotourism) von Ecotourism Australia
    • Qualität Tourismus Accreditation
    • Respektierung Unsere Kultur (ROC) Zertifiziert von Ecotourism Australia
  • Tours

    Canning Stock Route Expedition

    A trip down the Canning is like nothing you could ever imagine. One solitary set of wheel tracks setting out across the Great Sandy Desert eventually connecting with Wiluna, 2000 km to the south making it the longest and most remote stock route in the world.

    It is a place of great natural beauty, with land systems ranging from spinifex plains to wetlands, dune systems, desert oak forests, spectacular ranges and escarpments and salt lakes. It is also the longest heritage trail in Australia, containing Aboriginal rock art galleries, lonely graves of stockmen and explorers, and the series of wells that punctuate the route. Some of these have been restored, and good water can be obtained. Others lie in ruins.

    This is a fully catered expedition. You can choose to travel in the vehicles or tagalong in your own. The Canning today is one of the worlds greatest 4X4 adventures that combines a rich cultural heritage, extraordinary natural history, and an exciting remote area tour. Diamantina have been operating on the Canning Stock Route since 1992. Travel with the acknowledged and recognised experts.

    Bindibu Country and the Pintubi Nine

    The rare and unique opportunity to spend time on country with first contact Aboriginal People. The Pintubi Nine first encountered Europeans in 1984.

    Travel from Alice Springs along the scenic Sandy Blight Junction Track to Kintore, then to Australia's most remote Aboriginal community Kiwirrkurra before heading north to Lake Mackay. You will then take a track not on any maps north 350 kilometres to Balgo, and then follow the original Tanami Track back to Rabbit Flat before turning south to Alice Springs.

    This is remote 4X4 camping expedition with all meals included, and expert caring guides.

    Red Centre to the Pilbara

    This tour captures the very essence of the Western Deserts and their astonishing diversity. From the rugged ranges of remote Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park and the ironstone red ranges of the lesser-known East Pilbara to the botanical wonderlands of the Gibson Desert bio region.

    This was the last wilderness in Australia, it was only in the 1960s that any vehicle tracks were made into the area. Back then, Terry Long, the Woomera Native Patrol officer said “No one had been out there. The desert, as far as the Department [WA Dept of Supply] was concerned... was an unknown, as it was to the whole of Western Australia . The Warburton Ranges [were] as far as anybody got. People in those days knew absolutely nothing about Aborigines.”

    This tour has a relaxed pace, and the four-wheel driving is not extreme, but the locations are extremely remote and beautiful. The tour departs Alice Springs and heads through the Western Macs to Haasts Bluff and Papunya, on through Kintore to Australia's most remote Aboriginal Community, visits Rudall River National Park, Marble Bar and the East Pilbara and returns on Beadell tracks across the Gary and Gunbarrel Highways.

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