28 October 2021

Mini Outback Pub Crawl (NSW)

Explore iconic Outback pubs on this mini pub crawl within Outback NSW, no need to walk to to the next pub when we can fly you to it. Travel through NSW to have a beer with the locals.

Tour Highlights

Visit 8 Outback Pubs across over 2500km's

Have an icy cold beer in Australia's wonderful Outback

Experience true Outback hospitality as we take you to the most iconic Pubs scattered across this vast land. Enjoy scrumptious meals, cold beer and a warm welcome from the Locals.

Aerial views of remote landscapes across NSW

See Australia from a whole new perspective, 'flightseeing' across The Outback

Take in the uninterrupted views from above as we fly across magnificent landscapes including The Simpson Desert, Kati-Thandi Lake Eyre, The Marree Man, Lake Frome and The Flinders Ranges.

Visit the famous Living Desert display in Broken Hill

Relax and unwind with with your mates thousands of kilometres from home.

Experience a spectacular sunset from the Living Desert Sculptures, a vantage point with views across the western horizon.

Map and Itinerary

Starting point Sydney


Sydney to Bourke

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Bourke to Trilby Station

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Trilby Station (Louth) to Tilpa

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Tilpa to White Cliffs

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White Cliffs to Tibooburra

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Tibooburra to Broken Hill

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Broken Hill to Pooncarie

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Pooncarie to Sydney via Griffith

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Starting point Sydney

day 1

Sydney to Bourke & Trilby Station

We look forward to welcoming you at Bankstown Airport, Sydney, as we prepare to depart on this unique flying safari exploring The Outback and its iconic pubs. We board our private aircraft flying west to Dubbo where we will stop briefly to refuel and stretch our legs. Back in the air we fly to the bush town of Bourke, where we enjoy a welcome lunch at the Port of Bourke pub.

Our next stop is the Outback town of Louth, on the Darling River. We take an Outback dirt track to Trilby Station, a family owned 320,000 acre sheep station. This overnight stop focuses on offering the true Australian Outback station experience, gaining insight into life on a remote sheep property. Immerse yourself in the landscape, appreciating a bush sunset with drinks and canapés. Over a home cooked dinner under the stars you will hear about life on the station from fifth generation farmers, The Murray Family.

Accommodation: Trilby Station, an Outback sheep station on the Darling River (in renovated Shearers’  Quarters or Station Cottages with shared bathroom facilities)

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day 2

Trilby Station to Tilpa and White Cliffs

Wake up in peaceful and serene Outback surroundings. Take a morning walk along Trilby’s ten kilometre walking track beside The Darling. Walk with the wildlife… smell the bush. You are a world away from the Big Smoke. After a country cooked breakfast, our host Liz will take us on a walking tour to see the state of the art shearing shed and impressive aircraft hanger.

We then make our way across to Tilpa for lunch at the historic Tilpa Hotel. Established in 1894 to service the river boat trade, the pub is a classic, character-filled Outback establishment, built with corrugated iron and timber. After an incredible pub meal we board our private aircraft once again and fly towards the Opal town of White Cliffs. The town is home to Australia’s oldest commercial opal field and is one of very few places in the world where white opals are found.

Accommodation: White Cliffs Hotel


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day 3

White Cliffs to Tibooburra

A day to remember as we experience the history of White Cliffs, we spend the morning exploring an Opal mine with our local guide, where we learn about the mining process and the legends of the region.

Next stop is Tibooburra in Corner Country, surrounded by an arid landscape and remarkable granite rocky outcrops. You cannot miss the extraordinary Clifton Pugh mural in the bar of the popular watering hole of The Family Hotel. This evening we are dining at this iconic pub and enjoying the local hospitality. We are now 1,187km from Sydney.

Accommodation: Granites Motel – Tibooburra

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day 4

Tibooburra to Broken Hill

Enjoy a leisurely start to the day, as we spend the morning enjoying a hearty country breakfast and exploring the town. We board our aircraft to fly to our overnight destination – the Silver City of Broken Hill, which once boasted 70 pubs!  After lunch we explore Broken Hill for the afternoon, and then visit the 12 sandstone  sculptures created by a group of artists from all over the world.

Enjoy pre-dinner drinks surrounded by grandiose murals at the colourful Palace Hotel, famous from “Priscilla Queen of the Desert”. We celebrate our last night in the Outback with dinner at the boutique Broken Hill Pub, built in 1886.

Accommodation: The Royal Exchange Hotel Broken Hill

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day 5

Broken Hill to Pooncarie and Sydney

This morning after breakfast we visit the interactive Flying Doctors Museum in the Silver City before we fly to the Outback town of Pooncarie on the Darling River. Enjoy the warm Outback hospitality at the iconic Pooncarie Hotel. The perfect place to enjoy our farewell lunch in the Outback. Enjoy the scenery and relax as we cruise back to Sydney.

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Price and Availability

Oct 2021
Trip Starts

28 Oct 2021

Trip Ends

1 Nov 2021

Price Per Person from

$6,350 pp

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Tour Inclusions


Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner included in tour cost.

For this tour, the meal highlights are:

  • Traditional Pub lunch at Port Of Bourke Pub
  • Homemade Outback dinner and drinks under the stars at Trilby Station
  • A lunch date at Pooncarie Hotel
  • 2 course authentic Outback pub dinner at the iconic Family Hotel – Tibooburra
  • Lunch on the Darling River at the Tilpa Hotel


The included excursions on this tour are:

  • Visit the Living Desert Sculptures in Broken Hill
  • Trilby Station tour – walking tour encompassing the state of the art shearing shed and aircraft hanger.
  • Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service base and museum at Broken Hill, after having flown over the Flinders Ranges and Lake Frome.


As per the itinerary, air transport provided is to and from each lunch and dinner destination. Most hotels, are located within a few hundred metres to a few Kms from where we will be landing. Several destinations allow us to taxi virtually right to the Hotel.



Accommodation: Outback By Air book the best available accommodation at each location, bearing in mind that some remote towns have limited options. Guests are accommodated in twin share rooms at most locations and rooms have a private ensuite, unless stated otherwise. (Trilby Station accommodation – in renovated Shearers’  Quarters or Station Cottages with shared bathroom facilities)

Guests are responsible for drinks at each destination.

Throughout this Outback By Air tour, guests will be accompanied by two experienced pilots who are also your tour coordinators.

This tour involves a small amount of walking from the airport to some venues where transport is not available, please advise the crew if you have any mobility concerns with walking short distances.