Outback Odyssey

Do you long to get away from it all to the remoteness of pioneering territory?

A great opportunity presents itself in Australia’s outback, which is unique in its landscape, history, culture, flora and fauna. Once seemingly remote and inaccessible, it is now possible to experience the remote beauty of this magical place from the comfort and safety of a tent or lodge, with dining under the stars, access to Indigenous ceremonial performances and original artworks, and proximity to native wildlife in their natural environment.

Due to its remoteness, travel to the outback is best achieved by scheduled or charter aircraft, then upon arriving, by luxury 4WD.

You can explore the infamous Uluru (Ayres Rock) and Kata Tjuta National Park in the red centre, or you can experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Flinders Ranges from the comfort of a former sheep station, now transformed into a welcoming homestead.

If you itch to get up close and personal to some native wildlife, a stay in a bush camp on the edge of the Kakadu National Park might fulfil your desires.

Or head to Australia’s last frontier – the Kimberley region in Western Australia – and succumb to its ancient spell from the vantage point of your luxury homestead or private cruiser.

Exploring the outback has never been easier – or more inspiring – just ask us how!

To get you started with some ideas, check out these Evvoke blogs:

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The Arkaba Walk, Finders Ranges, South Australia, Wild Bush Luxury. Member of Great Walks of Australia. Photo by Graeme Michael Freeman


Banner photo – Uluru at sunset, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory