Book one of two outback tours with Tri State Safaris by June 30, 2017, and you pay just $1 deposit per person while solo travellers can enjoy special offers.
The special offer applies to two tours departing Broken Hill this August – a four-day Corner Country Safari from August 29, 2017, and an eight-day Birdsville and Outback Loop trip leaving August 15, 2017.
Under the easy-payment offer, travellers pay just $1 deposit each (instead of the normal 30 percent of the our) with nothing more to pay until the 30 per cent is due on June 30, with full payment not required until 30 days before departure.
The four-day Corner Country Safari departs Broken Hill in far west NSW on August 29, 2017, and takes explorers in four-wheel-drive comfort north to the State’s most remote town, Tibooburra, with a visit to the dingo fence at Cameron’s Corner where three States meet, and a night spent below the earth in the famous White Cliffs Underground Motel.
The guided trip includes 10 meals and is available from $2020 person, twin-share, or $2250 for solo travellers (11 per cent supplement). Discounted fares (five per cent lower) are offered for senior concessions – $1919 person, twin-share, and $2138 for solos.
The eight-day Birdsville and Outback Loop adventure on August 15, 2017, takes guests on a safari across three States. The itinerary takes in the giant red sand dunes off the Simpson Desert, the vast Strzelecki Desert and Sturt Stony Desert, a two-night stay in the famous Birdsville Hotel, a night at the also famous Corner Store where three States meet at the dingo fence, two nights in Queensland’ Channel Country, a visit to Burke and Wills’ iconic and remote Dig Tree monument at Cooper Creek in South Australia, a night at the tiny outback settlement of Innamincka and a night also at a hotel in Tibooburra where guests can meet local characters over a beer.
The guided trip includes 22 meals and is available from $3950 person, twin-share, or $4315 for solo travellers (nine percent supplement). Discounted fares (five percent lower) are offered for senior concessions – $3752 person, twin-share, and $4100 for solos.
On both tours, guest stay at comfortable, outback hotels, motels and cabins.
Tri State Safaris, which is based in Broken Hill, offers 16 unique, outback tours from one to eight days in length. Tri State Safaris is owned by NSW outback tourism company, Out of the Ordinary Outback. which also owns White Cliffs Underground Motel, The Argent motel in Broken Hill, the Warrawong on the Darling tourist camp and cabins at Wilcannia, Cobar’s Copper City Motel and also the Ivanhoe Hotel.