Ayers Rock Uluru and The Olgas Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon Adventure guided camping and budget tented or luxury Safari in Style accommodation safaris and tours offered by experienced friendly staff at a online safari and tour specialist in Darwin Northern Territory Australia. We also offer custom made personalised itineraries for private charters.
Australia 4 Tours - Alice Springs to darwin and Darwin to Alice Springs tours Australia 4 Tours group of tour web sites for camping and accommodated guided adventure tours and safaris Australian Northern Territory and Central Australia  tours and safaris at Kakadu Safaris - Camping and accommodated tours Free quote at Australia 4 Tours Book at Australia 4 Tours Contact us at Australia 4 Tours group of tour web sites for camping and accommodated guided adventure tours and safaris
Home
Email us
Tel Int +61 879997511
• Tel Aust 1800 107371
About this site
Tours
Select a Tour | Safari
Tour styles
Tour summary
Camping
Hotels - Ayers Rock
Swags on tour | safari
Sounds of Silence
To climb Uluru or not
Commitments
Wayoutback Terms
National Parks
Kakadu Park
Uluru KataTjuta Park
Litchfield Park
Things to do in Darwin
Site
Disclaimer
Terms
Swags used on a Wayoutback adventure safari tour toUluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon

Remote Camp Sites

Our private bush camps are well away from other tours so you get that wonderful feeling of solitude while still having a good level of comfort.

We cook our food over the campfire (where possible) or bbq you can choose from a tent or swag on all our tours.

For our clients’ uncomfortable heading into the outback knowing they will be sleeping on the ground in a swag, Wayoutback provides tents* so your safari isn’t spoilt by not be able to get a good night’s sleep. However, we find that over 90% of people that book tents actually end up sleeping in a swag of their own choice. Once they get out there with their fellow campers around the campfire and the guide to help dispel any fears, they usually opt for the swag. So many people end up over the moon they have been able to overcome their fears and get the benefits and the experience of sleeping out under the stars just like the old swagmen and explorers.

* If you do want a tent, please make sure you let our reservation staff know at the time of your booking. If booking on-line, make your request known under “Special Requests”.

 

We have 3 elite sites located 8 km from the Kings Creek Station homestead out in the scrub.

No one else has this access.

If you want the exact locations of the sites - have a look on Google Earth

They are there - just go to Kings Creek Cattle Station Northern Territory and the sites are South East of the Homestead - between 5 & 8 km from the main campground at Kings Creek Stn. KCS is 40 km from Kings Canyon & 44km from Kings Canyon Resort. Or as below at Yulara.

Images "Trio Bed" & "Twin Singles" are the bed type in our tents ( families catered for) .
Food Area - here is an example of all our undercover huts at our campsites. - we are installing solar power, floors are to be paved and fridges being installed in the weeks to come. We have bench and table space to accommodate 20 persons at these sites.

Toilet & Shower

They are well distanced from each other.
There is absolute privacy
Hot & Cold running water - Toilets are flush
The only toilets/showers with the best view of the milky Way

Remote Camp Sites with no facilities
On a private charter remote as remote can be as requested below.

Swags - The Great Australian Bush Bed

Aussie Bush Swag

What is a Swag?

A swag is the historical Australian name for what is literally a bedroll. The materials and construction have changed considerably from early times so that the modern canvass version is much more comfortable, water resistant and keeps most bugs at bay. Today they are typically made of canvas or other synthetic materials, forming a cocoon which contains a mattress, sheet and pillow. Swags were originally carried by ‘swagmen’, who were itinerant farm workers, usually sheep shearers, that walked from job to job in Australia’s outback during the late 1800's to early 1900’s. Swagmen carried their belongings in a bundle called a swag, which usually consisted of a bluey (a blue bush blanket) rolled up with spare clothing inside a tarpaulin or ground sheet. They also carried a tucker bag containing a frying pan, tucker and a billy or billycan to make tea. This image was immortalised in Australian culture by the song Waltzing Matilda, meaning he was waltzing his swag (his de facto wife) as he walked (see below for the words to Waltzing Matilda and a glossary of terms).

Aussie Bush Swag

Why Sleep in a Swag?

In keeping with Wayoutback’s philosophy of keeping it real and authentic, sleeping out under the stars in a swag is the only way to go. We want you to experience the outback in a way that you can really feel for and appreciate the unique environment in this part of the world. People travel to the outback from around the world just to view the southern stars with our mostly crystal clear nights. Sleeping in a swag puts you right in the VIP seats. What a way to finish a day in the desert - a hearty dinner with banter around the campfire and then quietly drifting off to sleep looking up in awe at the million of stars and clusters on display.

Please note that for those who suffer a little paranoia over creepy crawlies, we do have tents that you can book. (see Tents below)

Aussie Bush Swag

Wayoutback Swags

As we want you to be comfortable on your safari, our swags are made from strong, water resistant canvass and fitted with a high density Dunlop foam mattress, pillow and base sheet. They zip up on each side forming a cosy cocoon with your face open to the brilliant night sky above. They also have a flap at the head that you can pull over your face if there is light rain. Swags are warmer in winter and cooler in summer than tents. Tents keep the heat in with less airflow in summer and keep the cool air circulating forming condensation in winter. Swags can unzip and open up for lots of airflow in summer and retain the body’s heat in winter with a thicker covering and a smaller area to retain the heat. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag or, if you don’t have one, you can hire them from us at (from) $20.00 per person. Please let us know when making your booking.

Example - your tent may differ

Tents Available on Request

For our clients’ uncomfortable heading into the outback knowing they will be sleeping on the ground in a swag, Wayoutback provides tents* so your safari isn’t spoilt by not be able to get a good night’s sleep. However, we find that over 90% of people that book tents actually end up sleeping in a swag of their own choice. Once they get out there with their fellow campers around the campfire and the guide to help dispel any fears, they usually opt for the swag. So many people end up over the moon they have been able to overcome their fears and get the benefits and the experience of sleeping out under the stars just like the old swagmen and explorers.

* If you do want a tent, please make sure you let our reservation staff know at the time of your booking. If booking on-line, make your request known under “Special Requests”.

www.kakadu-tours.com, www.kakadunationalparktours.com, www.uluruadventuretours.com, www.kakaduadventuretours.com, www.australia4tours.com, www.ayersrockadventuretours.com, www.ulurucampingtours.com, www.kakaduayersrocktours.com, www.ayersrockkakadutours.com, www.kakadusafaris.com, www.ayersrocksafaris.com, www.ulurusafaris.com> are based in Darwin Northern Territry and is proudly Australian owned, Australian licensed and locally operated. Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals Group - Australia is one of the Northern Territory's leading small group safari, sightseeing, charter, tour and selfdrive specialists' it is a Darwin Northern Territory Travel Agent License.

Goholi - Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals Group - Australia
Tel: International +61 8 7999 7511
Witihin Australia Free call 1800 107 371
Email: info@australia4tours.com

MISSION STATEMENT

Our very experienced Northern Territory staff will help you discover the best of these unique and special tours offers across Australia with camping safaris to one day sight seeing coach trips, eco tours australia adventure camping safaris in Kakadu National Park and Uluru (Ayers Rock) from Alice Springs and Ayers Rock Resort (Uluru) in Northern Territory. We seek out tours from only reputable experienced tour companies to some of Australia's most famous landmarks including Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park(Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park. From the tropical Top End to the spiritual heart of the Red Centre, from Aboriginal Culture to abundant wildlife - then onto Adelaide and Cairns we have sourced an excellent range of tours for your next vacation in Australia. Our experienced staff have collectively over 30 years in the travel industry will help you discover the best of these unique and special adventure and sightseeing guided tours.

Copyright © - Page is Copy Software Protected - Do Not Copy