Camps & Lodges

Outback Spirit is Australia’s leading small group outback operator taking more than 5000 guests into some of Australia’s most remote and picturesque regions each year. Headquartered in Albury, regional NSW, the company also has bases in Broome and Darwin.

With six upmarket wilderness lodges across Cape York, the Kimberley and Arnhem Land, and with an impressive fleet of vehicles and aircraft, Outback Spirit are the experts in guiding visitors from Australia and abroad into the heart of Australia.

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On a remote stretch of the Western Australian coastline, where the outback meets the reef, you’ll find a place like no other: Sal Salis. A beachside safari camp with 15 eco-luxe tents dotted amongst the dunes, its unmatched setting offers exquisite views of the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef. Immerse yourself in this remarkable place, swimming with whale sharks and exploring the coral reef just metres offshore, while enjoying fine wine and dining. With privacy and comfort in equal measure, Sal Salis is the perfect wilderness oasis.

Award winning Cruise Whitsundays is the region’s largest and most experienced marine operator offering a range of day cruises and Island Resort connections.

Cruises visit the Great Barrier Reef, Whitehaven Beach and islands, and you can even stay overnight on the reef in one of two Reefsuites – the only underwater accommodation in Australia, or above-deck and under the stars in Reefsleep.

‘Resort Connections’ provide services between island resorts and the Whitsunday Coast, and connect with arrivals and departures at the region’s airports.

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