Oakabella's 'Outback Bush Tour' and Homestead Tour
Oakabella's Outback Campfire Bush Tour and Dinner is here!
The Oakabella Team together with Tony Turner and Dakota will leave you with a night to remember!
We want you to leave feeling a part of our family and experience something unique!
Come on a 3 1/2 hour tour with us around the historic Oakabella Homestead farm exploring the Oakabella Gorge on sunset and learning about the local bush tucker foods found here. Join us feeding the baby animals and learning how to find wolf spiders by night.
Around the campfire have a hands on experience making your own damper and cooking marshmellows whilst sipping away on Billy Tea.
Tony Turner will captivate you with the sounds of the didgeridoo being played around the campfire over dinner, whilst the men will learn how to play the didgeridoo (which is traditionally only played by men).
After a campfire Kangaroo Stew, spend some time gazing into the night sky looking at the stars and getting to know each other.
Have the option to have your photo take with Dakota (extra cost applies)
Cost is $95 Adults, Kids (5-12years) $55
During Summer, guided tours run at 10am on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
From Easter, during winter, guided tours run at 10am and 2pm.
TOURS CLOSED ALL OF JANUARY - re-opening Thursday, 6th February.
The tour takes you through the original 13 room Homestead and outbuildings, including the unique two-storey buttressed barn, which now serves as Oakabella's museum. Learn the story of the Oakabella Station, established in the 1850's from prior to settlement by the pioneers to it's incarnation as a working farm in the present day.
Cost is $10 Adults, Kids (5-12years) $5 or $25 for a family package (2 Adults,2 Kids).
Tours outside of advertised times can be arranged for group bookings.