Category Archives: Outback Treks

Charity Camel Treks How To Do Your Own

Charity Camel Trek How To Do Your Own

 Admittedly, we LIVE for charity camel treks! Between us (Russel & Tara) we’ve managed to raise over $30,000 for charities that are close to our hearts and we encourage others to do the same, hence this new podcast all about how YOU can do your own charity camel trek. Although the title suggests that […]

Australian Camels Gag Reel 2017

If we’ve had the pleasure of having you on one of our camel training camp, camel treks or an international camel journey you’ll know that we love what we do and take our job with camels very seriously….But… Not too serious! 2017 Gag reel will see some camel training go ‘not quite as planned’, uncontrollable laughter […]

What Everyone Ought To Know About Camel Trekking

Camel Trekking

So often, people ask us ‘what is camel trekking like?’ For each and every person it is different, but our main objective is to get you back into the REAL WORLD. The world that we stray far from as we live within the world of concrete and glass, schedules and bills to be paid. The […]

From Songlines to Maps: 5 Things a Map Can’t Tell You

Camel Expedition

Once in a while you surf the net and come across something totally unique and different. So you’ve landed upon this site. You’ve had a look around and began to realise that this is different. Something you’ve probably never considered before. Camel Trekking in the Flinders Ranges or anywhere really! In ancient times, in Australian […]

Unusual But Achievable Australian Holiday

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So you’ve been to Bali, the Gold Coast and maybe even Europe for your holidays in the past. Travelling opens the mind and allows for a change in scenery. What’s next? What other type of experience could you have that makes your holiday time a memorable one? Maybe you’re starting to think ‘what haven’t I […]

Why 60yo’s Go Camel Trekking

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Article Feature in ‘The Australian’ By Trish Clark (Outback Camel Trek Participant) WE are a small party, and complete strangers. Margaret and I are both in our 60s; Olaf, a septuagenarian, is fresh from Finland. Russell, the final member of our group, is an experienced cameleer, author and adventurer. But we aren’t strangers for long. […]

Why Camel Trek in Australia – Interview

As seen on Down Under & Beyond Podcast, by Brett Parry This week features the very first interview I have done for the podcast and it turned out to be a beauty! I found the Australian Camels Facebook page by accident and after a good browse through this and also their website, I had to […]

Muslim Camel Trek – Islam in the Outback ABC

It’s a spiritual safari for Australian Muslims, many of whom have never being out of the city before. Participants learn how to camp on the desert sands, wash without water and how to tell prayer times by the sun and stars. Learning how to bond with your camel is all part of this spiritual adventure […]

Camel Tour Holidays – The Whys

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Camel Tour Holidays are the perfect way to see country exactly as it is was designed. Camel tour holidays are not restricted to roads and tracks. Camels can practically go anywhere and on one of our Outback Camel Safaris, there is plenty of country to explore, a lot of which very few people have seen […]