Charge your senses


“There’s no phone signal. No Wi-Fi. The isolation and the presence of an expert guide ensures swift immersion in the fascinating ecology and human history of the ranges.”

Helen Anderson
Gourmet Traveller


• Expert field guides
• Accommodation camping in deluxe swags on our signature star beds and / or in the Arkaba Homestead, a Luxury Lodges of Australia property
• All gourmet meals including trail snacks
• All drinks including premium South Australian wine
• Support vehicle & large duffle bag for transporting your main luggage between camps
• Hydration backpack to walk with during the day
• Sock protectors 
• Walking poles
• Toiletries
• National park entry fees
• Conservation Levy
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• Hiking boots offering good ankle support and are well worn in
• Light long pants – eg zip-off leg types or shorts
• Light wicking shirts (with SPF recommended) or light cotton shirts, preferably long sleeved
• Camera and spare batteries (no charging facility available until you reach Arkaba Homestead on day three)
• Wide brimmed hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
• Small personal first aid kit including blister protection and insect repellent
• Good socks 
• A spare pair of shoes for wearing around camp in the evening
• Head torch for evenings in walking camps
• Warm clothing for the winter months including a hat, thermals, scarf, gloves and fleece (May-August). Note: in mid-winter the nights and mornings can be very cold
• Wind cheater / waterproof jacket
• Binoculars for wildlife and bird viewing
• Swimming costume to use outdoor pool at Arkaba Homestead (in season)
• You are welcome to bring your own water bottle if you would prefer to the water bladders built into your provided day pack


• Satellite phone and navigation aid for emergency use
• Hand held UHF radio for communication
• First aid kit
• Flora and fauna identification guides
• Expert knowledge and passion!