Explore hidden wonders and secluded gorges in the Carnarvon Ranges with your own expert ecologist guide. See Aboriginal rock art, dinosaur plants, amazing rock formations and enchanting wildlife all on a privately owned 71,000 acre cattle station.
The tour cost is $239 per person which includes a fully catered full day tour (0700-1830) with lots of EPIC photo opportunities. We will be travelling to a large privately owned cattle property nestled in the Carnarvon Ranges where we will explore secluded gorges, see amazing rock formations, unique Aboriginal rock art, Australian wildlife and rare plants. While lining up the great camera shots there will also be opportunity to learn about inland Queensland’s natural ecosystems, pioneering history and see first-hand how nature and farming coexist in this rugged, yet beautiful landscape.
Boobook tours have available two 4WD air conditioned vehicles. The first has 10 seats (including the driver) and the second 12 guests (including the driver). To allow for greatest comfort and storing of camera equipment we have capped the trip to 15 guests with 2 Canon Collective hosts.
All meals supplied including morning tea, afternoon savouries and a scrumptious lunch of wholesome outback tucker presented in buffet style. We also will have own professional ecologist as your interpretative guide.
What to Bring:
• Sense of adventure, good humour and questions
• Small day pack
• Comfortable walking clothes and covered-in shoes
• Full water bottle
• Insect repellent
Meeting point at St Paul's Anglican Church Hall, 41/47 Bungil St, Roma.
Note: This event is part of the 2019 Canon Collective QLD Regional Festival, to see more festival events click here.
Landscape, Nature, Travel, Adventure, Macro, Sunset
Bring your own EOS Camera gear or borrow some of the Canon Collective kit. We will have a limited range of equipment for loan. Collective will have a limited range of EOS R cameras, adaptors and lenses available.
Meeting at St Paul's Anglican Church Hall, 41/47 Bungil St, Roma. Parking available at the church hall, https://goo.gl/maps/a1qq43Bwt4mhPYsw8.