Four Day Tour

At a glance

  • Places visited: Adelaide, Woomera, Coober Pedy, Breakaways, William Creek, Oodnadatta Track, Marree, Ochre Pits, Parachilna, Flinders Ranges and the Clare Valley Wine Region

  • Duration: 4 Days, 3 Nights

  • Cost: $2400.00 (minimum 4 persons) or $2750.00 fly to Coober Pedy

  • Departure point: Adelaide CBD

  • Departure day: Friday

  • Departure time: 6.30 am

  • Inclusions: All meals, some beer and wine, transport, accommodation, and flights


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Day One

Adelaide to Coober Pedy

Departing from the O'Connell Inn at 6.30 am, we’ll journey north, via Port Wakefield for coffee and lunch in Port Augusta. The tour will continue on to the town of Woomera for a quick tour of the town and information centre. On the road again, we will arrive at Lake Hart, Glendambo for fuel and to stretch the legs. The final stop, after a long day on the road, is the 'Opal Capital of the World', Coober Pedy, where your underground accommodation awaits.

Alternatively, commence the tour in Coober Pedy. Rex Airlines offer direct flights from Adelaide Airport.


Image Credit: Lachlan Swan, South Australian Tourism Commission

Image Credit: Lachlan Swan, South Australian Tourism Commission

Day Two

Coober Pedy to Marree

Following breakfast, we will embark on a morning tour of Umoona Mines, where you’ll have an opportunity to buy some magnificent precious Opals. Explore the township of Coober Pedy and the amazing colours of the desert scenery at ‘The Breakaways’, only a short drive out of town.

Next, we will take a two-hour drive to William Creek, which is located on the largest cattle station in the world, Anna Creek Station. Here, we will stop for lunch at the iconic William Creek Hotel. Following lunch we will hit the road again, following the Old Ghan track where you will get your first sight of Lake Eyre from ground level. We will spend the night in Marree, the home of the Old Ghan.


Image Credit: Adam Bruzzone, South Australian Tourism Commission

Image Credit: Adam Bruzzone, South Australian Tourism Commission

Day Three

Marree to Parachilna

After an outback breakfast at 8.00 am, we hit the skies for our birds eye view of the amazing Lake Eyre with water and its incredible bird and other wild life. In the afternoon, the tour will continue south and visit the old railway town of Farina. No tour is complete without spending some time admiring the beautiful colours of the Ochre Pits, and stopping in to see an Outback identity, Talc Alf. The tour arrives at Parachilna late in the afternoon, where your night's accommodation awaits at the iconic Prairie Hotel, Parachilna.


Image Credit: Adam Bruzzone, South Australian Tourism Commission

Image Credit: Adam Bruzzone, South Australian Tourism Commission

Day Four

Parachilna to Adelaide

Wake up to a breakfast to remember at the Prairie Hotel, before hitting the road south to explore the majestic Flinders Ranges. The tour will stop at Hawker to visit Jeff Morgan Gallery. Enjoy a delightful lunch in Jamestown before sampling some award-winning wines in the Clare Valley wine region. The tour will conclude in Adelaide in the evening.