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Paddling down the Cooper Creek

After running out of time the last couple of trips, we were stoked to be able to jump in a few canoes and paddle down the Cooper Creek on our last trip. Then there was the amazing feed at the Birdsville Hotel and the incredible views flying over Coongie Lakes, Goyder’s Lagoon and Lake Eyre.…

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2012 Birdsville Races Tour

Goin’ Off Safaris is incoorperating the 2012 Birdsville Races into a classic 3 Day flying Outback Pub crawl! Departing on August 31 from Adelaide, we fly into classic outback pubs such as Marree, Innamincka, Birdsville and William Creek with some magic scenery to take in, especially with low level flying over the Flinders Ranges, Cooper…

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Get on the “Flying Outback Pub Crawl”

Here is our new Outback tour with a twist – a  Outback Pub Crawl! Lots of fun, laughter, fantastic food,cold beer and great company over 3 amazing days. We visit 5 of Australia’s most unique outback pubs including Marree, Innamincka, Birdsville, Glendambo & Australia’s most isolated pub- William Creek. You also get to see the…

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Visiting Kati Thanda

Our plane took off again on last Friday for another exciting trip exploring Lake Eyre and surrounds. We had a fantastic group of 8, as we ventured through the outback towns of Port Augusta, Innamincka, Birdsville, William Creek and Coober Pedy. It was a jam packed few days, which you can read about in our…

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Fantastic weekend away in the Outback

Friday morning was what you would typically expect on a winters morning in Adelaide; slight drizzle, cold & cloudy as we made our morning pick ups for another 3 Day Lake Eyre & Outback Supreme Scenic Safari. The cloud stayed with us until just before Port Augusta when right on cue, the wind pushed them…

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Another great 3 day Outback Flying Safari!

Here are the comments from our guests from last weekends 3 Day Lake Eyre & Outback flying safari. The low level flying over Coopers Creek ( we could not land at the Dig Tree due to a wet airstrip from the previous weeks 40mm), Coongie Lakes and of course Lake Eyre was one of the…

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