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**please note that due to COVID19, our office is still open but tours are temporarily suspended until 1st Sept 2020. We will review the situation at that time and update our tours, as needed. Tours are available to book for 2021 and if you're interested in any of our tours from Sept 2020 onwards, please let us know so we can keep your details and get in touch when we know when the remaining state borders will open and our tours will be operational again**

Sacred Earth Safaris offer 2 types of touring : Scheduled and private tours. Scheduled tours have set departure dates, a set itinerary and you book a seat on the tour. Private tours are individually designed to suit your group, can depart on any date (subject to availability) and you book the whole vehicle for yourself- whatever your group size. You can choose from a 4WD that seats a maximum of 6 guests and a 6WD coach that seats a maximum of 23 guests.

Sacred Earth Safaris operate small group scheduled Kakadu tours, private 4WD tours to Kakadu & the Top EndInside our 6WD coach. Photo courtesy of Graham Bowden  and private tours through the Kimberley region, in the winter months of May-September. Between October and April, we have a base in Adelaide and operate small group scheduled and private 4WD tours throughout South Australia including Kangaroo Island, the Flinders Ranges, the Fleurieu Peninsula, across the Nullarbor and through Outback South Australia. Our private tours to Tasmania also run through the summer months of Nov - March and in 2021 we have a special one off scheduled Tasmania tour in November.

Maximum group size is 15 passengers for scheduled South Australia tours and maximum 6 passengers for scheduled Kakadu tours. For private tours we can cater for couples and small families in our luxury Sahara 4WD (maximum 6 guests) and medium sized groups in our 23 passenger seat Tatra 6WD coach.

Top End Tour accommodation

Our scheduled Kakadu and Top End tours stay in Bush Bungalows, motels and station accommodation. The motel rooms and Bush Bungalows have Bush Bungalow accommodationen-suites and the station accommodation has male and female bathrooms that are only shared between our group. Upgrades are available every night, for an extra cost.

If you charter us to take your family or group through Kakadu and the Top End, we can offer accommodation, permanent safari camps or a combination of both- the choice is yours ! Accommodation in the Top End includes Bush Bungalows (pictured to the right), motels, cabins, Luxury Wilderness Lodges, Cattle Station stays and B & B’s and we can design your itinerary to suit your budget and preferences.

Kimberley Tour accommodation

If you charter us to take your family or group through the Kimberley, we can offer accommodation such as wilderness resorts, lodges, tented cabins, motels and Cattle Station stays, where you get to experience the warm hospitality of the Kimberley locals.

We’ll design your itinerary to suit your budget and preferences.

South Australia Tour accommodation

Our South Australian scheduled Outback tours are fully accommodated in motels, hotels, station stays, wilderness resorts and Outback pub hotels, with en-suites every night.

If you charter us to taBirdsville Pub Hotelke you touring through South Australia, we can offer a range of accommodation options from farm stays, B & B's, permanent safari camps, modern holiday homes, cabins, wilderness lodges, vineyards, hotels and on Kangaroo Island we can also offer Heritage Lighthouse accommodation.

Accommodation in Outback South Australia includes motels, Outback Pubs (eg. Birdsville Hotel), underground accommodation (Coober Pedy) and station stays.

We’ll design your itinerary to suit your budget and preferences.

Tasmania Tour accommodation

All accommodation on our Tasmanian tours is en-suite, unless you have requested something specific, on your Tasmanian private tour. Accommodation on scheduled tours ranges from motel rooms, to wilderness lodges and cosy cottages.

We’ll design your itinerary to suit your budget and preferences.

Itineraries and activities

Our itineraries cater for all ages and levels of fitness and can include as much or as little activity as you’d like! Most walks and activities require only an average level of fitness (being able to climb a few stairs and walk over uneven terrain) and thLate afternoon visit to Big Red in the Simpson Desert. Photo courtesy of Paul Balfeere are often shorter or longer walks available to choose from. Everything is conducted at an easy pace and while walking, we often stop to look at flora, fauna, rock art and bushtuckers en-route. It’s up to you how much or how little you want to do- it’s your holiday, after all !

While we don’t want to be nosy, letting us know if you have any special needs or requirements will help us make sure you get the most from your trip and that we don’t take you somewhere unsuitable.

Our scheduled tours include a variety of activities and for private touring we can include all kinds of activities to suit your family or group interests, such as wildlife cruises and experiences, helicopter flights, fishing, canoeing and cultural experiences. Special interests can also be catered for, such as photography, Aboriginal rock art enthusiasts and bird watching.

Vehicles and equipment

We use only the best equipment available and have fully equipped, air-conditioned 4WD'S, for comfortable travellTatra 6WD tour coaching in the Outback. Our vehicles are serviced regularly and are well maintained to ensure their safety and reliability. Our tour vehicles also carry recovery gear, comprehensive first aid kits and guides have a satellite phone in case of emergency. Our Tatra also carries a defibrillator.

Our Sahara 4WD seats a maximum of 6 guests and tows an off- road trailer for luggage and food. Our Tatra 6WD coach seats a maximum of 23 guests, with storage space in the rear of the vehicle.


Every piece of equipment used on tour has been selected by us to make life easier and to make your tour as comfortable as possible.

Our scheduled South Australia Outback tours and special interest tours are conducted in our Tatra 6WD coach. With coaSahara 4WDch seats, air-conditioning, tinted windows, travel in comfort in the harsh Outback conditions. Scheduled tours in the Tatra carry a maximum of 15 passengers but for private tours we can carry groups up to 23 passengers.

Scheduled Kakadu tours are conducted in our Sahara 4WD with a maximum of 6 guests.

Our Tatra 6WD coach is available for hire Australia-wide, for private touring, with driver included.

Our Sahara 4WD is available for charter throughout the NT and South Australia only.

Your tour leader has a senior first aid certificate, and safety equipment is always carried on board including a first aid kit, defibrillator (Tatra only) and satellite phone.

Meals

Most meals are included on our tours (depending on where we're staying), Dinner at the Birdsville Pub as well as some light snacks, including fruit. Iced water is always available in your tour vehicle. We're happy to cater for vegetarians and passengers with medically diagnosed conditions such as coeliacs disease, lactose intolerance and allergies. We are unable to cater for lifestyle choices. You need to let us know your dietary requirements when you book.

Alcohol is available at most places we stay at but not everywhere (you will be advised on your packing list). If you would like to bring your own, we’re happy to keep it chilled for you. We recommend purchasing alcohol before the start of your tour as it’s unavailable for take away in most places we visit. Due to the risk of breakage on the dirt roads, we only accept canned beer, casked wine and spirits must be stored in non- glass bottles.

What do I need to bring?

South Australian Photography tour. Photo courtesy of Denise Keelan
For all tours you will need to bring your personal items, swimwear, a towel, toiletries, camera (with charger and spare or rechargeable batteries for longer tours), medication, sunglasses, wide brimmed hat, sunscreen, walking boots and / or sandals, water bottle (at least 1 L per person) and a small torch. Some people like to bring hiking poles too, to aidwith walking over uneven terrain. Most accommodation properties we stay at have bars to purchase alcohol but for nights there is no bar available, we'd recommend purchasing takeaway alcohol before you begin your tour. Buying takeaway alcohol en-route can be expensive with limited availability. You will be advised about the facilities your accommodation has, on your tour packing list.

Other items may be required, depending on your destination and the time of year. For every tour we provide a packing list and copy of your itinerary, which will be sent to you upon receipt of your deposit.

Luggage is limited to a day pack per person and 10kg pp for tours of 6 days and under and 15kg pp for tours of 7 days and over, depending on your tour type and group size. You will be advised on your packing list. Soft bags and soft suitcases are preferable to hard plastic suitcases as they travel better on dirt roads and are easier to pack and load.

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We look forward to hearing from you!