ULURU & DARWIN
Your journey begins in Australia’s Red Center where the light has played across Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) for 550 million years. Explore the sacred sites and culture of the Anangu tribes who have called the red-rust dunes of the Western Desert home for 30,000 years.
After exploring at the foot of Uluru, retire to a private dining experience set in this beautiful wilderness, sipping Australian Shiraz as you watch the sunset change Uluru through a dazzling array of colors.
From utter seclusion to the thriving city of Darwin—the Northern Territory’s capital. You’ll rendezvous with Matt Wright, an outback wrangler and helicopter pilot skilled in tracking, capturing, and transporting wild animals.
With Matt piloting your helicopter, arrive at his exclusive Sweets Lagoon camp. Learn to fish before a crocodile search from the comfort of a jetboat. While learning about Matt’s conservation initiatives in the wetlands, you’ll encounter Tripod—a 17ft monster croc.
MOUNT MULLIGAN & WORKING RANCH
Near Cairns, discover the historic Mount Mulligan. This imposing tabletop mountain rises up from the encircling eucalyptus forest below. You’ll stay at Mount Mulligan Lodge, which offers panoramic views of this lesser-known natural treasure.
On the nearby weir, kayak, or paddleboard amid the serene landscape before exploring a former mining outpost turned ghost town.
Traverse the undulating pastureland and rugged terrain of the outback and see the stately Bullo River. Making your base at a working cattle station, you’ll explore this remarkable location by quad bike, horseback, and 4WD safari on the lookout for wild buffalo, crocodiles, or evidence of Aboriginal rock art.
Experience barramundi fishing and, for a true outback experience, try cattle mustering. Take to the air in a chopper above the tidal river system for spectacular views of the Pinkerton Range and secluded picnics.