If you want to escape and explore the spectacular sights of outback Queensland follow us on a guided tour, starting with a station stay at Mt Perry and finishing in the heart of the QLD outback. Enjoy iconic pub stays, cotton farm tour, station stays, dinosaur history, camp fires, friendships, happy hours and so much more
Couple $2600 Solo $1950
DAY 1 - We start the safari at a farm stay in Mt Perry, enjoy the spectacular countryside and get to know your fellow travellers with a meet and greet happy hour (dinner at night included)
DAY 2- We start our travels and head to Boondoomba Dam for one night staying on the lookout and enjoying the view over the water
DAY 3 Travelling on to Chinchilla, where we stay one night, accommodation TBC
DAY 4 We travel to St George staying at the Pelicans Rest Caravan Park for 2 nights, free time in the afternoon to stock up, water and power available
DAY 5 We are collected by coach and taken on a Cotton Farm Tour and lunch at a winery (all included)
DAY 6 We travel to the iconic Nindigully Pub where we will stay one night, enjoy a cooked meal at the pub together at night (meal included)
DAY 7 We travel on to a farm stay, Charlottes Plains where we will stay 2 nights. Soak in the atmosphere and one of their artesian pools. Learn about the history of the place with one of their tours. Camp fires if permitted.
DAY 8 A day to relax and enjoy the surrounds
DAY 9 We travel to Thargomindah where we will stay for one night, power and water available, free time in the afternoon to explore
DAY 10 Today we travel to another iconic pub, the Noccundra Hotel where we will stay one night and enjoy a meal at the pub together at night (meal included)
DAY 11 We travel to Quilpie and stay for one night in the caravan park, power and water available
DAY 12 Travel to Eromanga where we will enjoy a tour at the Natural History Museum in the morning and enjoy lunch on Cooper Creek at Windorah then travel on to a jump up with stunning views, sit down and watch the sunset from this vantage spot, enjoy a yarn around the camp fire.
DAY 13 Today we travel on to Isisford/Yaraka for one night (day of travel, accommodation and overnight stay TBC)
DAY 14 We finish the safari at Lara Wetlands at Barcaldine where we can enjoy a camp fire together and reminisce about the trip. (dinner provided )
A big thank you again to our hosts and leaders Andrew & Renee, they just make our journeys so much fun and enjoyable. Would never have been able to do this safari on our own even if we had all the maps money could buy. Lots of research and effort goes into all safaris and again "thank you". Hopefully we have made a few friends along the way.
Max and Gerda
This was our sixth safari, hopefully many more. The enjoyment of camping in places and travelling on routes, one may not pick if on their own. Happy hour with people who become friends with common interests. Guided by a dedicated couple, who compliment each other with vasts depth of relevant knowledge
Lauri & Mary
Andrew and Renee are the perfect Tagalong tour group leaders. Their relaxed, inclusive, friendly manner belies the constant attention to detail, competence and experience that lies beneath. Uluru and Beyond met all my expectations and then some. I can now say that I have done the Red Centre.
Viveinne Page - Uluru and Beyond Safari 2018
We spent 30 days with Andrew and Renee covering thousands of kilometres, beautiful scenery. Exceptional stopovers we would have never seen. They were always available to help and this helped bring everyone together.
Trevor and Vicki Picket - Uluru and Beyond Safari 2018
As first time safari participants, we weren't sure what to expect, but we were very impressed with how organised our expedition leaders, Andrew and Renee, Led from the front. enjoyed travelling in a convoy for the first time.
Alan and Kathy Schulz - Uluru and Beyond Safari 2018
Awesome leaders! Had a great time going to the tip and back. Felt very comfortable following behind. Will be looking out for more tips to do in the future
Jeremy Lepherd - Cape York 2017
The trip to the Cape was awesome with hosts Andrew and Renee making it an effortless adventure. Can't wait till the next one, cheers guys
Ben Oliver - Cape York 2017
We personalise every trip so that you get the most out of your tagalong adventure holiday. It’s more than just a drive, enjoy the friendship, adventure and amazing sights along the way. We organise your trip, tours, accommodation, even fuel stops. We have it all covered for you.
Feel safe and secure in the knowledge you have experienced tour leaders guiding you on your tagalong through some of Australia’s most beautiful iconic destinations and remote locations. We offer tagalongs taking you to Tasmania, Ayers Rock, the Kimberleys, Victorian High Country, Murray River, Darling River, Flinders Ranges, Top End and so much more. We also offer short day trips and weekend trips around South East Queensland and the NSW Northern Rivers area.
Your tagalong tour will be personally lead by the experienced team of Andrew and Renee. Feel secure in the knowledge that we won’t take you anywhere that we haven’t been to first. Our team has many years of hands on tagalong experience, some in the remotest of locations. We always carry safety and emergency communications and are first aid trained.
Whether you have a motorhome, caravan, campervan or camper trailer come along and explore the country with us on our next tagalong tour, we would love to have you along.
Through our association with the Campervan, Motorhome Club of Australia you can join us on one of the CMCA member only Safari’s, we run short 7 day trips up to 60 days or longer throughout Australia.
See you somewhere around the campfire!
For years I have been hearing about this iconic trip so it was with some excitement and trepidation, not sure how I would like the isolation, that we made a plan to take the trip through the desert on our way back from WA to QLD last July. After finishing running our Kimberley & Beyond tagalong tour in WA the plan was to meet up with friends at William Creek to start our trek through the Simpson Desert. A mad dash across the Nullarbor Plains and after a couple days freezing in single digit weather in Broken Hill to stock up on supplies we set off for the Flinders Ranges. Our first night was spent at Alpana Station bush camping in our Tvan, a warm fire at night and frozen water hoses in the morning, but what a great place to visit, will keep that one for a future trip! We kept on ...