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 DAY TOURS

Unforgettable Experiences are specially designed for those who are short of time and seeking an ultimate experience. Overland Adventures cover a range of specialties geared toward different types of travelers. No matter which one you choose, we can guarantee you’ll leave having a better appreciation for everything you experience. Get in touch to book one of our popular tours today.  

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TUESDAY & THURSDAYS
HALF DAY EXPERIENCE BROKEN HILL TOUR

This half-day tour is intended to showcase the diversity of Broken Hill. The tour begins with a look at some of Broken Hill's heritage-listed architecture and mining history before moving on to explore the diversity of parks, gardens, mines, and homes in this outback oasis.

We'll pop into Bells Milk Bar then continue on to some well-known art galleries, such as the Big Picture and the Line of Lode.  The day concludes with a visit to the spectacular Sculpture Symposium on the outskirts of Broken Hill. This is one of Australia's most renowned sculpture collections, and it is a must-see.

Book your own private guide and luxury bus without the crowds for the price of a min 4 pax to confirm departure Monday - Friday. Min 6 is required for weekends. 

TUESDAY & THURSDAYS
HALF DAY SILVERTON TOUR

This half-day tour is intended to showcase the diversity Silverton.

 The tour departs from Broken Hill heading up to Silverton for the afternoon with some small stops along the way. We can pop into daydream mine, the quandong far and the Silverton Camel Farm, depending on your preference. You will also appreciate some of the historical landmarks that are not seen unless you are told about them. We visit the galleries and talk to some of the artists about their talents and inspirations.

 

We enjoy gazing out over the vast expanse of the Mundi Mundi Plains and a visit to Umberumberka Reservoir.  

Book your own private guide and luxury bus without the crowds for the price of a min 4 pax to confirm departure Monday - Friday. Min 6 is required for weekends. 

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WEDNESDAY
MENINDEE LAKES TOUR

Explore the magnificent Menindee Lakes and the historic Kinchega National Park. As you spend a relaxing day exploring the area, there are numerous photo opportunities.
Tea in the morning on the shores of Lake Pamamaroo. Explore the magnificent Menindee Lakes System, which is many times the size of Sydney Harbour.
Visit Kinchega National Park to see kangaroos, emus, and an abundance of birdlife. Visit the historic Woolshed before following the Darling River through massive Red Gum stands to Menindee township. Learn about the area's fascinating pastoral and Aboriginal history.

ALL-INCLUSIVE THE MOMENT YOU TRAVEL WITH US.

Morning Tea, Lunch, Guide, entry fees,  river cruise per person

(when running )

Book your own private guide and luxury bus without the crowds for the price of a min 4 pax to confirm departure Monday - Friday. Min 6 is required for weekends. 

SUNSET SCULPTURES TOUR
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 
Get your perfect sunset photo! 

Enjoy a leisurely drive out to Sculptures for one of our favourite sunset experiences in Broken Hill Australia.
Along the way, your guide will explain the geological and cultural history of the area.
Marvel at the unique flora and admire the view while you take in a magnificent outback sunset with a nibbles box and 2 glasses of your choice of beer, wine, sparking or bottomless soft drinks.   Includes entry fees, guides, drinks and nibbles. 

 

Commencing 16:00 – 18:15 or when sunset finishes.

Pick up from Visitor Information Centre

ALL-INCLUSIVE THE MOMENT YOU TRAVEL WITH US.

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MONDAY & FRIDAY
MAJESTIC MUTAWINTJI 

Awaken your senses and learn more about Aboriginal art, culture and history. 

Awaken all your senses with a tour to Mutawintji National Park. Mutawintji National park is located within the rugged Byngnano Ranges, with its beautiful gorges and creeks lined with majestic River Red Gums. Mutawintji means ‘place of green grass and waterholes’. The presence of shelter and water means this idyllic place is home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife. Among the gorges and cliffs are the secrets of an ancient culture. The Park reveals examples of rock carvings, paintings and stencils that provide evidence of aboriginal occupation of the area that dates back more than 8000 years. In September 1998 Mootwingee NP was formally handed back to it’s traditional owners. Today the area is called by its traditional name, Mutawintji.

 

 ALL-INCLUSIVE THE MOMENT YOU TRAVEL WITH US.

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