David Doudle, better known to most as ‘Lunch’, has a contagious passion for exploring the breathtaking coastline of the Lower Eyre Peninsula and beyond.
A fourth-generation farmer, Lunch has spent 30 years exploring the local area.
He brings a wealth of experience and his undying enthusiasm to his adventurous tour Goin’ Off Safaris.
A former sheep shearer, swimming and aquatic instructor and very keen world traveller himself, the safari seed was sown in 2005 by Lunch and some close mates whilst travelling on Fire Island, New York. In the years following, it grew into the thriving business that it is today.
Meet Mandy Drummond
But, beside every good man is a good woman and in this case, Mandy is no exception!
Mandy comes from a management and hairdressing background, is a qualified beautician, masseur and has lots of experience in the hospitality industry around the world, she really does complement the business.
She too has travelled world wide and many a visitor have had the pleasure of one of Mandy’s massages after a day of adventurous activities whilst laying on the decking as the sun is setting, an additional bonus that the business provides that will help you enjoy your stay that little bit more.
Meet Neil ‘Fish’ Cordon
Tour guide, Neil ‘Fish’ Cordon has lived and worked all of the Eyre Peninsula for the past 35 years.
He’s passionate about this region, which he believes is the best kept secret in the world. Fish’s tales are notorious and his cheerful, easy-going personality makes every visitor feel at home.
Fish loves Australian history and geography, and he brings a wealth of knowledge to anyone ready to experience the uniquely stunning outback with Goin’ Off Safaris.
Accreditations and Affiliations
Goin’ Off Safaris is an Accredited Tourism Business under the Australian Tourism Accreditation programme, and is endorsed by the Tourism Quality Council of Australia through the use of the T-QUAL logo. We are a Licensed Tour Operator and are proud to promote the Eyre Peninsula, Australia’s Seafood Frontier. Experience the Eyre Peninsula.