Corner Country and Hay River Track 4WD Tag along Tour

Destination:  Corner Country & Hay River Track – 4WD Tag along Tour

Overview Itinerary A detailed itinerary will be provided upon booking and full payment of the tour cost
Dates: 9th to 23rd of July 2017 (inclusive)
Duration: 15 Days – 4WD Tag along Tour
Trip Cost: $2,995.00/vehicle  (inc GST) Per vehicle – 2 people (Additional costs for extra adults or children)
Where: Corner Country and Hay River Track to Birdsville
Degree of difficulty:

Driver Experience:

Moderate to Advanced 4WDriving

Some prior 4WD experience in sand would be useful and we will help you along the way or perhaps you’d like to attend one of our 4WD Driver Training Courses prior to the trip. Do you require 4WD Training?

Accommodation:  Bush camps and some powered camping sites
Fees: Camping, Aboriginal Lands Permits & Desert Parks Passes fees included
Approximate Distance: 4800 km’s approx. (return from Adelaide)
Days 1 – 3 Day 1  – We leave Broken Hill and head north through Milparinka and Tibooburra and on to Olive Downs Station.
Start Date: Sunday, July 9th Day 2 We make our way west to the first of our corner’s, Cameron Corner and then on to Innamincka to camp on the Cooper Creek.
  Day 3We visit Burke & Wills Dig Tree on the way to our next camp and our second corner, Haddon Corner.
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Days 4 – 6 Days 4, 5 & 6From Haddon Corner we make our way into the Diamantina and Channel Country and visit the towns of Bedourie and Boulia, before heading west to Tobermorey Station. Then it’s down the Plenty Highway to Jervois and our last fuel point before we head east for a relaxing break at Batton Hill.  4wd touring
 Days 7 – 11 Days 7 to 11We’ll have a rest day at Batton Hill exploring the area and watching the sunset with a ‘Happy Hour’ at Goyder’s pillar. From there we turn south and on to the iconic Hay River Track, as we make our way to Lake Caroline and through the various Camps towards the third corner, Poeppel Corner and on to ‘Big Red’ and then into Birdsville. 
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Day 12  4wd touring Day 12A rest day and a chance to look at the ancient Waddi Trees and a look around the towns historic sites and of course a visit to the magnificent Birdsville bakery with it’s unique pies and tarts!

To complete our epic journey, we’ll have a tour dinner and drink or two at the iconic Birdsville Hotel, to celebrate our tour!

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Days 13 – 14


Day 13Then we head southwards along the famous Birdsville Track, stopping for a drink at the Mungerannie Hotel and a look around the wetlands before making camp at Clayton Station.  4WD Touring
 End Date: Sunday, 23rd July** Day 14Then it’s on to Marree to visit the Tom Kruse museum followed by a visit to the Farina Ruins on the old Ghan line. Finally, we make our way back home along the rugged and picturesque Northern Flinders Ranges and back into Quorn.
   ** You may like to stay in Quorn for the night before heading on to Adelaide or where ever home is for you.**
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**  Clients are advised to ensure they have extra time available. Delays may occur depending on the terrain across the desert, changes in weather and any mechanical issues.
NOTE: To take advantage of the full 15 days, it is requested that you are packed and ready to go on the Sunday from Broken Hill, or you are welcome to join us leaving from Quorn on the Saturday. Quorn is approximately 4hr (336km) drive from Adelaide.

NOTE: Those travelling from interstate may wish to leave the Tour at Birdsville and make their way back home from there.

Price includes all Aboriginal Lands Permit fees, Parks Passes, Camping fees and dinner at the Birdsville Hotel.

Price: $2,995.00

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5 thoughts on “Corner Country and Hay River Track 4WD Tag along Tour

    1. Norman Bee

      Hi Kathy,
      Thanks for your inquiry and sorry we haven’t answered sooner as we’ve just found this on our website as it didn’t get to our email inbox for some reason. No the trip is not fully booked as yet and the basic itinerary is done and we’ve just had new brochures printed which include the trip details, so we’ll see what interest it generates and we’re happy to keep you informed as things progress.
      Our direct email address is:

      Norman & Coralie

    2. Norman Bee

      Hi Kathy,

      There has been a lot of interest in the last few weeks and there is still room available, but I need to organise the Hay River Track aboriginal lands permits as soon as possible, so please get back to me if you are keen to join us!


      Norman & Coralie

  1. Kent Techritz

    Hello we are interested in this trip, is there a limit to how many vehicles you take how are the bookings looking
    Kind regards

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