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Crooked Compass Welcomes WA, QLD and TAS Open Borders

December 3, 2020 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

Hello Western Australia, Queensland and Tasmania – we missed you! Crooked Compass is offering small-group tours to each state for travel from March 2021. The “domestic with a difference” itineraries include exclusive experiences not easily attainable on self-guided holidays. Experiences are immersive, culturally sensitive, promote sustainability, and are quintessentially Australian. Get hands on with local producers, learn about our rich cultural heritage from Indigenous guides, traverse our rugged landscapes and get up close to our distinctive wildlife.

Western Australia has emerged as a key bucket list destination for East Coast travellers. Discover the Pilbara & Coral Coast, where ancient landscapes meet white sand beaches. Venture through national parks etched with river gorges and natural plunge pools, dramatic rock formations and blankets of wildflowers. Discover the art, history and culture of the Pilbara people, with more than 700 Indigenous archaeological sites and one million rock engravings. Encounter the wildlife, both inland and in the underwater paradise, that is the Coral Coast. Swim in the clearest turquoise water on earth and drift over the world’s largest fringing reef, the World Heritage listed, Ningaloo Reef.

View itinerary, dates and pricing: https://www.crooked-compass.com/tour/discover-the-pilbara-coral-coast/

Indigenous & Wild Queensland offers up soft adventure with a touch of indulgence, for those looking to experience the natural beauty of outback Australia in class. Combine 4WD exploration, trekking, indigenous culture and rare wildlife encounters with rustic luxe accents – epicurean meals, sundowner drinks with spectacular sunsets and sustainable, private glamping accommodation. End each day with a dancing campfire beneath a canopy of stars before retiring to the sounds of the Australian outback.

View itinerary, dates and pricing: https://www.crooked-compass.com/tour/indigenous-wild-qld/

Bypass Tasmania’s well-trodden tourist trail and explore Bruny Island & Derwent Valley Explorer with your senses. Privileged access to Bruny’s lesser-known gems and the hidden reaches of Derwent Valley makes this journey ideal for nature lovers and foodies. Travel by private boat to Bruny Island and be spoilt with spectacular coastal walks, shuck oysters straight from the water, and breathe in the eucalypt at your luxury camping site. Venture by boat up the Derwent River to New Norfolk, a voyage not commonly done on water. Forage for your paddock-to-plate experience, discover one of Tasmania’s oldest national parks and sample some of the best wines Tasmania has to offer.

View itinerary, dates and pricing: https://www.crooked-compass.com/tour/bruny-island-derwent-valley/

View the full range of Crooked Compass Australia itineraries at www.crooked-compass.com/australia. For those seeking further exclusivity, charter flight journeys are available with Crooked Compass by Air at www.crookedcompassbyair.com.

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