20 January 2010
Safaris of the mountain regions of South Australia provide "awe-inspiring" sights for those who decide to visit the state.
This is according to the region's tourist commission, which noted that new itineraries available from Heading Bush Outback Adventures offer exciting three-day expeditions.
People attending the tours will be able to sleep under the stars out in the bush, enjoy a camel safari and meet local Aboriginal elders to explore their cultural background.
"From the moment participants head in to Alligator Gorge National Park for lunch on the first day, there is so much to see and experience," the South Australia Tourist Commission added.
Locations visited on the trek include Willochra Plain, the Aboriginal art sites at Yourambulla Caves and Brachina Gorge - known as the Corridors of Time.
Qantas recently announced that travelling back from Australia has been made easier, with the introduction of new flights from Sydney and Melbourne to London.
Posted by Dave Trimble"