Multiple dates, November 2021 & April 2022

Outback Air Safari NSW

We invite you to visit NSW with us, and travel in style and comfort as we see some of the amazing places that this great State has to offer.

Tour Highlights

Working Sheep Station Experience

Enjoy the company of your generous hosts, The Murray Family, as they share their 320,000 acre home with you.

Immerse yourself in the peaceful landscape, appreciating an Outback sunset with drinks, before relaxing by a camp fire with a home cooked dinner. Trilby Station has 10kms of walking tracks along the banks of The Darling River, a state of the art modern shearing shed and aviation hanger for the working machines of the bush. There will be plenty of opportunity to chat to your hosts about their unique lifestyle.

Lake Mungo’s Ancient Dreamtime

Explore the home of the Mungo Man, a spiritual place rich in aboriginal history

Make tracks to the iconic Walls of China with a local ranger who can guide you through one of the most spectacular Outback landscapes with immense cultural significance. Human footprints dating back 20,000 years have been found at this national park. Be amazed at the star-filled skies, unlike anything you have experienced before. You will definitely feel like you have arrived in Australia's Outback.

Mudgee Wine Country

Indulge in fine dining and award wining wines in Mudgee

Foodies rejoice as we explore the glorious rolling countryside of Mudgee. Celebrate this epicurean centre as we sample the local produce and the finest Australian wines.

Map and Itinerary

Starting point Sydney


Sydney To Mungo

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Mungo To Broken Hill

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Broken Hill To Tibooburra

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Tibooburra To Louth

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Louth To Mudgee

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Mudgee To Sydney

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Starting point Sydney

day 1

Sydney to Mungo National Park

Relax as our private aircraft sweeps west from Sydney to the ancient spiritual world of Mungo National Park. Our local ranger will guide us through one the most spectacular Outback landscapes with immense cultural significance. Walk the Walls of China where scientists have discovered artefacts dating back over 50,000 years. See the footsteps, ancient fire places and where the famous Mungo Man was discovered. Witness the stunning sunset over this vast landscape. You are truly in Australia’s Outback.

Accommodation: Mungo Lodge

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day 2

Mungo To Broken Hill

Our plane takes us over the Menindee Lakes to the Outback mining town of Broken Hill. We visit the interactive Royal Flying Doctors’ Museum, showcasing an important part of our pioneering history. Explore the dusty streets of nearby Silverton, made famous by the Mad Max movie. Gain an insight into the harsh realities of mining a century ago as we explore a former underground silver mine. What better place to view the golden hour but at the Living Desert Reserve with its massive sculptures surrounded by endless flat terrain.

Accommodation: The Royal Exchange Hotel

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day 3

Broken Hill To Tibooburra

The surrounding unique Outback landscape of Broken Hill has always been a magnet for artists and art lovers so a visit to Pro Hart’s Gallery is a must.
Enjoy Outback scenery from our unique aerial perspective as we fly to our next destination – the historic gold rush town of Milparinka, where we can taxi to the front door of the pub for an afternoon refreshment.
Amongst the arid landscape and remarkable granite rocky outcrops we land at the remote Outback post of Tibooburra in Corner Country. You cannot miss the extraordinary Clifton Pugh mural in the bar of the popular watering hole of the Family Hotel.

Accommodation: The Granites Motel Tibooburra

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day 4

Tibooburra To Trilby Station

Today our plane takes us to 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.

Overnight Accommodation: Trilby Station, an Outback sheep station on the Darling River

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day 5

Trilby Station To Mudgee

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.
Departing the Outback with a deeper connection to the bush spirit of Australia, we fly to our final destination. Mudgee is a refined country township, with heritage streetscapes. It is Australia’s oldest wine region.

Accommodation: Perry Street Hotel, boutique historical luxury

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day 6

Mudgee To Sydney

We venture out into the glorious rolling hillsides to visit some award winning wineries and sample their stunning produce. With more than 40 cellar doors in the region, we have hand picked what we consider the best for you. What better way to end our trip over a farewell lunch in this gourmet Mecca and treat ourselves to the region’s famed local produce. After a indulgent day of eating and drinking in style, relax as our private plane returns us home to Sydney.

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Price and Availability

Apr 2022
Trip Starts

20 Apr 2022

Trip Ends

25 Apr 2022

Price Per Person from

$7,750 pp

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Tour Inclusions


* Daily Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. (Including drinks. Wine is served with dinner)

For this tour, the evening meal highlights are:

  • Authentic Outback dinner under the stars, Trilby Sheep Station
  • Paddock to plate experience at the acclaimed Zin House at Lowe wines.
  • Outback Pub meals in Tibooburra and Milparinka


The included excursions on this tour are

  • Mungo National Park guided tours
  • Visit to the Royal Flying Doctor Service base and museum at Broken Hill
  • Visit Pro Hart’s Gallery
  • Visit Silverton
  • Experience a stunning sunset at Living Desert Sculptures
  • Visit cellar doors in Mudgee


As per the itinerary, air transport provided is to and from each nightly destination.
– Coach transportation is provided to and from daily excursions.



* Accommodation: Guests are accommodated in twin share rooms (bedding subject to request).

A limited number of single rooms are also available.  All rooms have a private ensuite, unless stated otherwise.

(Trilby Station accommodation – in renovated Shearers’  Quarters or Station Cottages with shared bathroom facilities)
* Taxes & National Park Passes: All Air Transport taxes and National Park Passes are included for daily excursions.
* General: Throughout this tour, guests will be accompanied by two experienced Outback by Air pilots.