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From the rugged Australian outback of Kakadu or Uluru - Ayers Rock to the Kimberley's to the vast coast of Australia. Australia 4 Tours the Australian Darwin based specialist offers different tour styles such as Safari, Explorer, Unleaded and Unleashed 18-39 to offer you with an lifetime experience of fun and adventure with like minded travellers. Contact us now for your next holiday adventure.
Over 18 years experience finding you adventure safari and tours in small groups in Australia
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• Australia Return tours indicates as example tours starting from Darwin and tours finish in Darwin.
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• Australia Singles and independent traveller (traveler) tours - tours that anyone can book on such as an adventure tour.
• Australia Day tours short on time take time out for an adventure tour for the day
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• Australia Adventure tours - for reasonably fit and adventurous persons.
• Australia Explorer tours - Discover more of Australia - Explorer tour range was designed with ‘true blue’ adventure seekers in mind.
• Australia Safari Camp tours - Our SAFARI product is designed for those wanting a comfortable but adventurous experience. Whilst not a luxury tour (passengers have to walk to shared shower and toilet facilities), SAFARI is considerably more comfortable than our Explorer and Unleashed tour styles in terms of service and facilities offered.

About the Queensland Region

Area: 1,730,650 sq kms (668,207 sq miles)
State Population: 3,670,500
Capital: Brisbane
Population: 1,291,300

Two-and-a-half times the size of Texas and seven times the size of the United Kingdom, Queensland, more than half of which lies above the Tropic of Capricorn, is known as the 'Sunshine State'. It is home to the Great Barrier Reef, many resort islands, miles of golden sandy beaches, lush rainforest and huge wilderness areas.

Tropical North Queensland
This unique region of the state is where we operate our tours and there are many attractions and activities to explore. You can cruise, snorkel or dive on the amazing Great Barrier Reef, relax on one of the beautiful tropical islands, take a 4WD safari to the outback, trek into some of the oldest rainforest in the world or do all of the above!

Southern Queensland:

Our touring products travel through the rest of the state stopping at the Atherton Tablelands, A Cattle station, Magnetic island, the Whitsunday Islands, Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach and Brisbane. This provides for a diversity of experiences and inclusions as part of the tour because Queensland has something for everyone.

Culture

Queensland has a rich Aboriginal culture and you will get a taste of it on all our trips. Guides will introduce you to bush medicine, history, and stories.

Queensland Wildlife

You might be lucky enough to see fresh and salt-water crocodiles, kangaroos, wallabies, the endangered emu-like Cassowary, possums, the cute Green Tree Frog and a huge variety of bird life including pelicans and several species of cockatoos and parrots. You can guarantee to see all these, plus koalas and more, at Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, a unique reserve visited on many of our tours.

Queensland Climate

Aptly named the Wet Tropics, Far North Queensland experiences two distinct seasons (similar to the Top End of the Northern Territory). Average temperatures during the dry season (lasting approximately from May-November) vary from 14-26°C (57-79°F), though outback and highland areas can fall considerably below this during winter nights. July to August is a very busy time and booking accommodation and tours in advance is highly recommended. The green season begins with the first monsoonal rains, usually around the end of November, and between 75 and 90% of the annual rainfall is recorded during this time. Average green season temperatures range from 24-33°C (75-91°F).

Time Zones
Please note: At different times during the year there are time zones differences in Australia, for instance between New South Wales and Queensland.

Example: On certain tours that depart New South Wales at 8.00am and then stops to pickup more passengers just over the border in Queensland at 8.30am which would normally take 90 minutes to cover the same distance it's because of the time zone.

  Average Minimum Average Maximum Description
October-December 22°C 36°C Days are usually fine and hot, with a late afternoon build-up of storm clouds, resulting in evening showers. This inspires many native trees to flower, bringing out the birds and pollinating insects. The outback creeks and waterfalls start to flow. This is also the main time of reproduction on the Great Barrier Reef, when we can witness the yearly coral spawning.
January-March 22°C 36°C Warm, Humid weather night and day. This is the time when the tropics experience the heaviest rainfalls throughout the year. The rivers are flowing, the rainforest is glowing with colour, and the outback turns green!
April-May 18°C 30°C This is the mildest time of the year, with the rains easing. The days are warm and usually sunny, often cooled by a sea breeze. The nights are comfortably cool.
June-July 12°C 26°C The coolest months in the tropics, and also the time when we experience the least rainfall. Perfect for sitting around an outback campfire under a star-filled sky! Our daylight hours are not significantly reduced in winter, so outdoors activities reign all year round.
August-September 15°C 30°C Temperatures start to warm up, but the sunny days are cooled with a refreshing sea breeze. Humpback Whales can be seen on their annual epic migration to the tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef, where they bear their young, before heading back to the Antarctic for summer.

 

Required clothes: Dress is generally casual throughout Queensland and, especially with the high temperatures, shorts and t-shirts etc are ideal for most of the year. A hat (particularly a one with a wide brim) would come in very handy to protect you from the sun. A light waterproof jacket is recommended during the green season (though it is definitely not cold!) and warm clothes for winter nights if you are venturing into the outback.

Queensland Places of Interest

Cape Tribulation - approximately 150km north of Cairns, Cape Tribulation is a remote community in the heart of the Daintree National Park. Captain Cook named the cape in the late 1700's, as it was just north of here that his 'tribulations' began when he ran his ship on to Endeavour Reef. It is famous for the discovery of rare and primitive plant species in the rainforest and also the only place in Australia where the reef meets the rainforest (the Great Barrier Reef and Tropical Lowland Rainforest). The stretch of coast that follows the Coral Sea is incredibly beautiful.

Undara Lava Tubes - these geological wonders were formed some 190,000 years ago when a volcano erupted and its molten lava flowed down a dry riverbed. As the top layer cooled and crusted, the magma below continued to flow through the tubes taking it further from the volcano. As the eruption stopped, the lava drained out of the tubes leaving a series of long, hollow tunnels. The word Undara means 'a long way' in the Aboriginal language and one of the lava flows here extends 160 kilometres, making it the longest lava flow from a single volcano in the world.

Fitzroy Island - 35 kilometres (18 nautical miles) south east of Cairns, Fitzroy Island is one of 600 'Continental' islands on the Great Barrier Reef and is surrounded by colourful fringing reef. It is actually the top of a submerged mountain and was connected to the mainland approximately 10,000 years ago but when the Ice Age ended and the ocean rose, the valley between Fitzroy and the other mountain peaks flooded.

Queensland Beaches

Cape Tribulation - has a beautiful white, sandy beach bordered by World Heritage rainforest and the clear waters of the Coral Sea.

Fitzroy Island - is surrounded by beaches made up of coral deposits. You can snorkel right off the beach.

Queensland Hikes

Rainforest Hike - Discover unspoilt freshwater streams and hidden waterfalls that can only be reached by foot on our 2 day hike exploring the valleys surrounding Little Mulgrave River.

Mossman Gorge - The 3km walking trail offers a beautiful introduction to the World Heritage rainforest of the Daintree National Park.

Silver Valley - enjoy a walk through the outback to a renowned Aboriginal rock art site.

Queensland Culture

Gold Rush - Approximately 150km west of Cairns, in the heart of the QLD outback, you won't believe that these rugged tree-studded hills were once home to 10,000 people scrambling for gold. 120 years ago Tyrconnell was the most famous mine on the Hodgkinson Goldfield and several original buildings and machines remain as testament to the era.

Aboriginal Outstation - a highlight of some of our 4WD safaris is the chance to interact with members of the local Barbarrum clan, learn about their way of life and try your hand at didgeridoo playing

Queensland Wildlife

You might be lucky enough to see fresh and salt-water crocodiles, kangaroos, wallabies, the endangered emu-like Cassowary, possums, the cute Green Tree Frog and a huge variety of bird life including pelicans and several species of cockatoos and parrots. You can guarantee to see all these, plus koalas and more, at Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, a unique reserve visited on many of our tours.

Queensland Other Activities

Canoeing - Have fun exploring beautiful Lake Tinaroo by canoe - a great way to get up close to wildlife along the banks. As included in some of our 4WD Safaris.

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway - See the rainforest from a different angle! Experience amazing views of the canopy on this 7km gondola ride that takes you to Kuranda, the village in the rainforest. As included in some of our 4WD Safaris.

Horse Riding - explore the grasslands, rainforest and Cape Tribulation beach on horseback on our 3 Day 'Trails in Tribulation' Guided Transport packages.

Great Barrier Reef Diving and Snorkelling - take a day trip to the pristine reef off Cape Tribulation on our 3 Day 'Reef & Rainforest' Guided Transport packages or check out our 'Diving the Great Barrier Reef' section (see Itineraries in the Queensland 'Tours' menu) for day trips and Learn to Dive/Advanced Open Water courses from Cairns.

White Water Rafting - enjoy a full day of white-knuckle adventure rafting the Grade 4 rapids of the Tully River on our 3 Day Hinchinbrook Safari.

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What is the difference between a tour and a safari. In Australia especially in Northern Territory the two words 'tour and 'safari' can often be used together. Traditionally a safari is a African Swahili word safari indicating "long journey", previously used when hunting. A guided safari nowadays as in Australia is for travelling vast distances to observe, photograph and experience close up and in person animals, all other wildlife, natural habitats, national parks, pristine nature spots such as waterfalls and flora and fauna unique to that area.

Whereas an Australian guided 'tour' (being a noun) is traditionally a journey for pleasure in which several different places are visited such as the Great Ocean Road in Victoria and then onto the Great Barrier Reef near Cairns in Queensland. If the trip is from Sydney to Darwin and includes Ayers Rock Uluru and Kakadu then it may be called a safari tour. A tour can include a spectrum of sites, places, travel styles and activities.

An adventure safari tour is one generally for fit and adventurous persons usually over 8 years old and under 65 though we have helped many folks in their 70's and even 80's or with young families under 8 years old on selected tours and private customized charters who have been very fit and adventurous persons.

Some people like to travel only with same age adventure travels so tours are especially designed for certain age groups such as over 40's adventure tours or 18-35's adventure tours. All these adventure tours found here are for singles, couples, friends or small groups of friends and we call this DYI adventure tours.

As one of Australia's oldest and most respected tour specialists based in Darwin Northern Territory Australia we offer you a selection of tour companies with experienced guides and well maintained vehicles to get the best out of a limited holiday plan for your next vacation. We discounts and packages we will offer you valve for your next holiday.

 
The Tour Difference

• Scheluded tours operate and depart daily or multiple times weekly..
• As the Northern Territory's leading small group safari companies, the operatosr run tours to some of Australia's most famous landmarks including Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park.
• From the tropical Top End to the spiritual heart of the Red Centre, from Aboriginal Culture to abundant wildlife - experienced guides will help you discover the best of this unique and special state.
• The tour operator is an award winning company specialising in active, small group safaris for the adventurous traveller.
• We offer an extensive range of tours exploring the highlights and hidden delights of the Northern Territory, Central Australia, The Top End, South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, Western Australia and Tropical North Queensland.
• Their tours are nature-based with the emphasis on the unique scenery, wildlife and Aboriginal culture of each area and they cater for everyone from the fit and adventurous who want to get off the beaten track to those who prefer the sound of ‘soft adventure’ and more comfortable facilities!

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Goholi-Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals Group - Darwin Australia
Tel: International +61 8 7999 7511
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Email: info@australia4tours.com

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Our very experienced Northern Territory staff will help you discover the best of these unique and special tours offers across Australia with camping safaris to one day sight seeing coach trips, eco tours australia adventure camping safaris in Kakadu National Park and Uluru (Ayers Rock) from Alice Springs and Ayers Rock Resort (Uluru) in Northern Territory. We seek out tours from only reputable experienced tour companies to some of Australia's most famous landmarks including Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park. From the tropical Top End to the spiritual heart of the Red Centre, from Aboriginal Culture to abundant wildlife - then onto Adelaide and Cairns we have sourced an excellent range of tours for your next vacation in Australia. Our experienced staff have collectively over 30 years in the travel industry will help you as we have done with thousand's of other travellers in the past discover the best of these unique tour destinations within Australia and our special tours offers.

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