They are back! Goin’ Off Safaris very popular Lake Eyre scenic flight and Outback tours are back on for 2012, with our new Lake Eyre webpage and all details now updated and online.
At the moment there is plenty of water flowing in the Cooper Creek towards Australia’s biggest lake and there will be plenty more to come as rains in Queensland and New South Wales, continue to fall. With lots of local rain forecasted this week for the far north of South Australia, this will obviously help other smaller rivers, creeks and tributaries run into Lake Eyre, as was the case in 2011.
As we know, seeing Lake Eyre when flooded is just an added bonus to these flying safaris that we run. The outback characters that you meet, the vision and scenery from the air, the meals, the ground tours, the history and culture, the countries vastness, the planes comfort,our friendly and experienced pilots plus guide, all make these 2 and 3 day packages a weekend to remember for a long time!
The Dig Tree, Coongie Lakes, Flinders Ranges, The Cooper Creek, Spencer’s Gulf, Sturt Stony Desert are just some of the natural highlights that you will closely encounter from the air as well as checking out the classic Australian bush towns of Marree, Innamincka, Birdsville and the opal capital of the world, Coober Pedy.
If you missed out on this classic Aussie experience over the last 2 years, here’s a chance not to be missed again! Please visit our website for dates, itineraries, FAQ, images, videos and contact us for any more information that you require.
Hope to hear from you soon. Cheers!