Angorichina Station - homestead Angorichina Station - sunset over Flinders Ranges Australian Coastal Safaris - interacting with sea lions Australian Coastal Safaris - swimming with sea lions Australian Luxury Escapes - cruising the Sydney Harbour Ayers Rock by helicopter - Discovery Eco Tours Bay of Fires - light house Bullo River Station - horse riding Bullo River Station - river system Bullo River Station - water buffalo Burrawang West Station - Homestead exterior Cape Lodge - night time Capella Lodge - Lord Howe Island Capella Lodge - rainbow Enterprise Charters - exterior Exceptional Kangaroo Island - koala Exceptional Kangaroo Island - seals Faraway Bay - cliffs at sunset Faraway Bay - King George Falls Great Barrier Reef - aerial view Haggerstone Island - arriving at the jetty Haggerstone Island - mangrove Kimberley Coastal Camp - arriving by helicopter Longitude 131 - tent interior Lords Kakadu Arnhemland - Aboriginal guide & friend Lords Kakadu Arnhemland - Aboriginal guide interpretation Lords Kakadu Arnhemland - Magpie Geese Margaret River Discovery Company Meringa Springs - kangaroo spotting Outback sign Pepper Bush Adventures - exploring by 4wd Pepper Bush Adventures - rainforest qualia - dinning with a view Southern Ocean Lodge - sunset view True North - cruising at sunset True North - cruising past water falls Watsons Mountain Country Trail Rides - horse riding Western Australia - Kimberley boab trees Wrotham Park Lodge - lodge at sunset Wrotham Park Lodge - outside lounge
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As our name implies, Outback Encounter is dedicated to 'off the beaten track' travel, but with a distinctly luxurious edge. We act as your private travel concierge to arrange anything from dinner ...
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2010-08-17
Be one of the first to experience Saffire Freycinet, Australia's new luxury coastal sanctuary on Tasmania's east coast. Only Outback Encounter guests are offered free dinner per suite per night plus free upgrade. This is a limited offer. Be quick
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2010-08-16
Southern Ocean Lodge is offering all Outback Encounter client's an exclusive offer of 3 nights for the price of 2 plus a $50 Spa Treatment Voucher. Strictly for a limited time.
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2010-06-29
Be spontaneous and gather your closest friends and family for a luxury experience like no other at Maitraya Luxury Private Retreat. Outback Encounter is excited to be able to offer you 4 nights for the price of 3 including a bottle of local wine on your arrival.
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2010-06-29
HURRY: Set departures for Outback Encounter's 2 day 1 night luxury flying adventure are selling fast. Limited seats available.
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Tasmanian Locations

The unspoiled beauty of Tasmania awaits - a stunningly beautiful island that is an integral part of Australia's mystery and majesty. Sub-tropical rain forests and rural mountain charm make this island a nature lover's paradise. Nibble on local cheese, truffles and smoked trout to curb an appetite sharpened by your outdoor experiences. Sip cocktails beside a shimmering lake at sunset. This is an Australia seen and enjoyed by few.

Spend time in Hobart - the city is defined by the river and sea. Hobart is a city of warm sandstone, bright spinnakers on the water, fish punts at the docks, the slap of halyards on masts, and coffee under the sun umbrellas of Salamanca where the famous Salamanca Market is held every Saturday. The Islington Hotel is ideally situated for exploring Hobart.

Tasmania’s east coast is a coast of contrast - sunshine and sea life, wine and wildlife, crags and beaches, history and adventure. It’s a coast of national parks. Freycinet, a bushwalkers’ and sea kayakers’ paradise; and Maria Island, with its history, walks and fauna.

For the angler there's the opportunity to hone one's skills with a world-class fly fisherman at an internationally renowned trout lodge. Then there's the Tasmanian wilderness, bush walking, bird watching and unique wildlife. Or try the excitement of exploring limestone caves that open to richly decorated cathedral-like chambers and undeveloped grottos.

Top off your Tasmanian experience by staying at boutique lodges such as Cradle Mountain Lodge. Here you'll be surrounded by World Heritage national parks awash with majestic waterfalls, punctuated by jagged peaks rising eerily through the low lying clouds which shroud the pencil pines in mist and mystery.


Cradle Mountain 
Cradle Mountain, the start of the 65-kilometre (40-mile) Overland Track, is the northern end of the 161,000-hectare (397,840-acre) Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. [View]





Freycinet & East Coast 
The east coast village of Coles Bay sits beneath pink granite mountains at the entrance to Freycinet National Park. With a small permanent population of less than 200 people, the town caters to local and visitor needs. [View]





Hobart & surrounds 
Greater Hobart and its surrounding towns of Richmond to the north-east and Kettering to the south are an intriguing blend of heritage and lifestyle, scenery and vibrant culture.
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Launceston & surrounds 
Launceston is an ideal base to explore the many natural and historic attractions of the Tamar (the Valley of the Senses), without fuss or frenzy. A wine lover's and foodie's paradise, it's made for losing yourself [View]