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Lake Eyre in flood

BIRD’S EYE VIEW: Lake Eyre and the Channel Country in flood is one of the natural wonders of the world.
BIRD’S EYE VIEW: Lake Eyre and the Channel Country in flood is one of the natural wonders of the world.

IT happens once in a decade.

The heart of outback Australia comes alive, and rivers, lakes and waterholes teem with birdlife and wildflowers.

Many believe Lake Eyre in flood is one of the natural wonders of the world, and one that deserves to be seen from the air.

Skinny Dingo Tours has made available an exclusive package tour which showcases this natural wonder. Flying in a private plane, you will experience a three-day, two-night accommodation package, including a bird’s eye view of the famous Channel Country and Queensland’s outback and, of course, what is sure to be the highlight: a flight over Lake Eyre.

Few get the opportunity to witness such a spectacle.

Those who do take up the tour opportunity come from all over Australia and the world.

This tour is escorted by bush poet John Major who guarantees to make you laugh and cry on the three-day, two-night adventure.

The next tours available are August 6-8 and 20-22.

More dates on application.

A maximum of 11 passengers can take part in each tour.

Travel in a 14-seater Cessna Caravan operated by Seair.

Luggage is restricted to 7kg per person.

Group bookings are welcome.

Direct bookings 1300 138 687 or call John Major 5445 7701 for more details.


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