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Flinders Island Olive Oil

Flinders Island Olives is the only commercial grove on Flinders Island. The olives are pressed on site within hours of picking to produce a magnificent organic olive oil. This organic extra virgin olive oil reflects the environmental character of the island. It is complex and peppery. We are lucky to be able to partner up with Jude to offer an authentic camping experience on Flinders.

Du Cane Brewing

Launceston’s first brewpub is designed for locals, families, bushwalkers, and outdoor adventurers to gather and celebrate the character and culture of Tasmania’s outdoors tradition.

Recommended local Launceston outdoor shop with high quality gear and friendly, experienced staff – also where we hold some of our pre trip gear briefings.

For Hobart’s most exceptional outdoor retail experience please support the team at Find Your Feet.

Tasmanian National Parks information.

Cradle Mountain Canyons, the best new tour operator in Tassie.

Specialises in unique, uninterrupted 8-day and 10-day white water rafting tours.

Friendly and comfortable accommodation on Flinders Island.

Rob Blakers has photographed in Tasmania’s wild places for 35 years. He is an enthusiastic advocate for nature and wilderness and is interested in the evolution of photographic values and techniques in the age of digital photography.

Our cabin accommodation for the Kangaroo Island trek.

Great Flinders Ranges accommodation.

South Australia’s 1,200km trail – join the Friends of the Heysen Trail!

Our Heysen Trail station stay with the Reynolds family.

Flinders Ranges outback icon.

South Australian National Parks information.

Wilpena Pound.

Quorn accommodation.

The best way to get to Kangaroo Island.

Northern Territory National Parks information.

Engage creatively with the beautiful and remote country of the Larapinta.

The original small group tour operator, with the best guides on the trail.

Not-for-profit community group helping to promote community awareness and involvement in maintaining the Larapinta Trail.

For stunning canoeing/kayaking and trekking in the top end.

Learn more about the Arrernte people – Traditional Owners and Custodians of the Central and Western Arrernte Country including the Western MacDonnell Ranges.

Chifley Resort Alice Springs

Olive Pink Botanical Gardens Alice Springs – do a great breakfast and lunch too!

Museum of Central Australia

Where the bloody hell are ya?

Find great Australian holiday and travel ideas in this large up to date travel guide for Australia.

Australian Tourism Accreditation Program – Trust the Tick!

For responsible tour operators like us.

The International Ecotourism Society

Representing the voices of stakeholders from all corners of the world, TIES’ global network supports and is supported by members from over 190 countries, who are leading the vital efforts to make travel and tourism more sustainable

Recommended trekking and camping gear.

Gear we use and recommend.

All the best outdoor gear in Alice Springs.

Delicious dehydrated gourmet trail meals.

Campers Pantry

Campers Pantry cooks with clean local ingredients and real Aussie meat!
We love complimenting our expedition menus with these!

For qualified outdoor industry professionals.

For toilet paper that builds toilets.

Bureau of Meteorology.

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Find a flight for your tour departure.

Our favourite currency converter.

The Travel Doctor – for all your medical needs while travelling.

Uniting people to protect the planet.

Bush Heritage Australia – protecting land, water and wildlife for future generations.

Amnesty International – work on a wide range of issues to protect and defend human rights.

Oxfam Australia – a future free from poverty.

Australian Indigenous Education Foundation – not for profit foundation focussed on empowering indigenous children in financial need to build a brighter future for themselves and for the nation.

Australian Red Cross – is there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live.

Save the Tasmanian Devil Program – is committed to saving the endangered Tasmanian Devil by building large free range enclosures that are called Devil Islands.

Fred Hollows Foundation – non-profit aid organisation working to restore sight and end avoidable blindness.

Beyond Blue – information, resources and support for people dealing with depression and/or anxiety.

Riding for the Disabled – horse riding as therapy and active recreation for people with disabilities.

World Wildlife – the leading organisation in wildlife conservation and endangered species.

UNICEF – works for children rights, survival, development and protection.