Adelaide to Coober Pedy – 7 Day Small Group 4WD Eco Tour incl. Lake Eyre, Flinders Ranges and Outback

Adelaide – Coober Pedy – Lake Eyre – Flinders Ranges – Adelaide

7 Day – Small Group 4WD Eco Safari

Includes Outback SA, William Creek, Lake Eyre & Flinders Ranges.
Departs Adelaide 2nd Tuesday of each month (or on demand).

Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park
Historic Coastal towns
Pt Augusta Wadlata Outback Centre
Woomera Rocket Range
Coober Pedy mine and town tour
Sunset at The Breakaways
Remote William Creek pub
The Dingo Fence

Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park
The Oodnadatta Track
Maree Old Mail Run, relics
Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary
Flinders Ranges National Park
Wilpena Pound
Brachina Gorge Ediacaran fossils
Clare Valley


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This is an exciting 7-day small group 4WD Coober Pedy, Flinders Ranges and Lake Eyre Tour from Adelaide to the famous South Australian Flinders Ranges and outback. There is also an optional Lake Eyre scenic flight.

Lake Eyre, located 700km north of Adelaide, is the largest salt lake in the Southern Hemisphere — so large that it crosses the borders of three states. It is the lowest natural point in Australia (15m below sea level), and is also, on the rare occasions that it fills, the largest lake in Australia.

Come and see this beautiful outback marvel in the comfort of a modern 4WD vehicle!

This outback tour also includes a visit to Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary! Located 600km north of Adelaide in the ruggedly spectacular northern Flinders Ranges, this 610sq km sanctuary features unique geological features, rugged mountains, towering granite peaks, magnificent gorges and mysterious waterholes, and is home to a large range of bird, reptile and mammal species, including the endangered Yellow-Footed Rock-Wallaby.

This is the best Coober Pedy tour from Adelaide and will give you a true taste of the SA outback spirit!

Day 1

Follow the Gulf St Vincent and Spencer Gulf, stopping at historical coastal towns. Learn our rich maritime history maybe take a walk down the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere at Port Germain. This was once a bustling port for sail ships & seafarers.

During the safari your Tour Guide will introduce you to a remarkable and resilient history of both Aboriginal and white settlement in S.A. See the Southern Flinders Ranges, 600 million year old mountain peaks with spectacular views over this incredible landscape. Spend the afternoon strolling around the award winning Wadlata Outback Centre at Pt Augusta.

Overnight: Port Augusta Motel
(L) Included: Picnic Lunch
(D) Own Expense: Local Pub Meal

Day 2

Travel up the Explorer Highway to Woomera visiting the old rocket range and Military Base. As we head further North, East of the A.P.Y. Aboriginal lands take a break at the Lake Gairdner lookout to see this huge expanse of salt lakes.

Onto Coober Pedy the largest opal mining field in the world. Heading into town we will pass the extensive mining operations that help make this place so unique. Coober Pedy is a town where people live underground to escape the harsh desert conditions. Watch a magical sunset over the desert at KankuBreakaways Conservation Park before following the Dingo Fence back to Coober Pedy.

Overnight: Coober Pedy
(B) Included: Continental
(L) Own expense: Roadhouse
(D) Own expense: Local Restaurant

Day 3

Spend a leisurely morning visiting underground churches, opal shops and displays. Learn about the area on a guided mine tour to see how these hardy folks live.

After lunch we depart Coober Pedy crossing the famous dingo fence (the longest man made structure in the world) this helps to keep the wild dogs up north away from the sheep stations further down.

Travel along the red sand hill tracks through Anna Creek station to William Creek. This remote town stands out like an oasis in the desert, halfway between Adelaide to Alice Springs. Enjoy an ice cold beer at the bar of this famous Outback Pub that has a rich history of stockman, camels and life in the bush.

Overnight: William Creek Cabin
Optional extra: Lake Eyre & Painted Desert Scenic Flights.
(B) Included: Continental
(L) Own expense: Café/Bakery
(D) Included: Hotel Meal

Day 4

Continue our epic journey down the famous Oodnadatta Track, following the historic route of the Cameleers. This area has a rich history of Aboriginal culture and pioneering settlements. Enjoy a picnic lunch at the edge of Lake Eyre South National Park. This is where Sir Donald Campbell broke the land speed record in 1964 in the Blue Bird. Visit thermal springs that have been the life blood of this arid land for centuries.

Arriving at Maree late afternoon, check out the old Afghan mosque and relics of our pioneering days. This historic town is where Outback legend Tom Kruse left on his epic mail run deliveries to Birdsville and beyond.

Overnight: Maree Cabins
(B) Included: Continental
(L) Included: Picnic lunch
(D) Included: Pub Meal

Day 5

Venturing further east into the remote outback of Australia, we will cross ancient creek beds that meander out to Lake Frome. Witness a stunning change in the landscape from spectacular deserts to the ancient mountains of the Gammon Range.

Arriving at the Arkaroola Village around lunch time you will have time to relax and take in this world renowned area of stunning beauty. Alternatively take the exhilarating 4wd ridge top tour to the top of Mt Siller or maybe a scenic flight over this breathtaking land.

Optional extra: The Famous Arkaroola 4wd Ridge Top Tour
Optional extra: Flights over the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary
Optional extra: Night sky observatory
Overnight: Arkaroola Wilderness Lodge
(B) Included: Continental
(L) Own expense: Arkaroola Café
(D) Included: Arkaroola Restaurant

Day 6

This morning we travel south along the top of Lake Frome, which can been seen in the distance from vantage points where early explorers once stood. See the Red Sandhill country that holds thousands of years of sacred beliefs to the Adnyamathanha aboriginal people.

Have lunch at the old copper mining town of Blinman, the highest town is SA. Our local guide will drive you on a wonderful journey through the secluded and ever-changing creek beds of Brachina Gorge, known as The Corridors Through Time. This is an area alive with wildlife and boasts a remarkable geological history including Ediacaran fossils. World-renowned South Australian painter, Sir Hans Heysen, was inspired by this country and painted many of his landscapes here.

Take that special photograph or just enjoy some of the most spectacular outback scenery there is. As the sun becomes low in the sky we will follow the road through a landscape of absolute beauty. Wildlife including Kangaroos, Emus and Wedge-tailed Eagles are prolific in this rugged terrain and are usually spotted in the late afternoon.

Overnight: Wilpena Pound Resort, Rawnsley Park Station or Quorn Motel (depending on availability)
(B) Included: Continental
(L) Own expense: Blinman Café
(D) Own expense: Restaurant

South Australia Lake Eyre Tour

Day 7

Enjoy an early morning walk, breathe in the fresh air while listening to the unique sounds of the Australian Bush. Spend a relaxing morning travelling back to Adelaide along the eastern side of the magnificent Flinders Ranges with its mighty red gum forests. The land will change into lush expanses of natural rural beauty as we head south. Enjoy a break in the world-famous Clare Valley wine region.

No doubt you will leave with life-long memories to share with family and friends about your journey to the Flinders Ranges & Outback Australia!

(B) Included: Continental
(L) Own expense: Café/Bakery

Please note:
CODE (B) (L) (D) indicates which meals are included and which meals are at the passengers own expense.
Optional extras are on request and can only be booked while on tour!
Advertised itineraries & vehicles may change due to circumstances beyond our control.

Departs Adelaide 2nd Tuesday of each month (or on demand).

Tours require a minimum of 4 adults and a maximum of 16 passengers

All prices are Per Person


What to Bring

  • One small day pack (a smaller bag to be carried in the vehicle)
  • One duffel bag or small suitcase for clothing (a larger bag to be stored in the trailer)
  • Any special medication you require
  • Warm clothing, including long sleeve tops & pants
  • Shorts & t-shirts
  • Fly nets are advisable
  • Insect repellent, hat, sunscreen
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Swimming gear
  • A 1-litre water bottle per person (we carry bulk water on board that you can refill from)
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