Experience the areas prolific wildlife as many different species thrive in this Outback environment. Visit multi coloured ocre rocks that local Aboriginal people used to decorate themselves with for ceremonies by grinding the stone and making it into a brightly coloured paint.
Goin' Off Safaris
Goin' Off Safaris, Australia
David Doudle has a contagious passion for exploring and his home is the breathtaking undiscovered coastline of the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. David is a fourth generation local farmer; he has thirty years of living the perfect Australian lifestyle and guarantees his guests will encounter the true Australia at its very best.
The days on the trip are busy, focusing around the incredible rich marine life, which inhabit this part of the coast of Australia. Swim here with sea lions, tuna, dolphins and great white sharks (from a cage!), no other tour or safari in the world provides you the opportunity to interact with such a range of marine life.
Travelling the jagged coastlines, stopping at pristine beaches for lunch and exploring the untamed national parks the day ends with a beautiful soft pink sunset dancing on the superb open landscape.
Dinners are sumptuous, best local seafood of lobster, crab, abalone, and a variety of deep water fish complimented with a fusion of the regions best wines, at a setting in the open under the stars or on a wild beach with a campfire alight.
David’s comfortable vehicles provide access to the inaccessible, allowing you to savour the journey while he does all the logistics. The local accommodations utilised provide a sense of a great friend’s home.
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