Enjoy outback travelling with experienced company, join us on your next "Outback" adventure

Not everyone wants to travel alone , It can be quite daunting by yourself in the middle of the outback, especially if things go wrong. I have been involved with four wheel driving along with outback travel for over thirty years now. I still travel solo occasionally, however I do prefer the company of like minded people these days. Safety in numbers as they say, come "atagalong" with us.


Warren has traversed many areas of Australia over the years, from the Victorian High Country to the Kimberly, Canning Stock Route, Holland Track, Anne Beadell Highway, and many more. Most of these trips have been undertaken by himself in a solo vehicle. Warren will not take you where he has never been before, so feel comfortable in the fact that he has the knowledge and experience to guide you. Warren has completed many certified courses including, 

  • A Driver Awareness and Vehicle Recovery    
  • Trip Leading: Short Trips.
  • Extended Trip Leading: Trips over 7 Day’s in Duration.
  • First Aid , including CPR.

For the non-experienced Adventurer seeking an Outback Holiday, Warren is just the person to guide you along. By the end of one of our tours you will have gained valuable experience in Driving Techniques. Feel secure in the company of other like minded people, relax and enjoy as you “Atagalong” with us on your next adventure.

Private Tours: Full Accommodation, Fully Catered.
By arrangement we offer fully Accommodated Tours for a Couple to anywhere in Australia. 

The Catering is Bush BBQ Style, your sleeping quarters are above the ground, secure in your Camper with lockable doors and full privacy. You will sleep well, in a Queen size Bed, a Heater for those really cold nights and storage areas for your personal items. Our unit is also equipped with a Portable Toilet Facility.  

Speak to Warren as this type of tour must be booked well in advance. 

Atagalong Tours and Staff recognise
the Original Custodians of this Land, we respect the
Cultural Heritage of the First Australians.

Enviromental Policy

Environment Policy

We are committed to developing our activity with the greatest amount of respect and protection for the environment.

We recognise our responsibility towards the environment and we hope to achieve the following:

To comply with all State and Territory environmental regulations and guidelines and surpass these where practicable.

To promote the minimalisation of waste generated on our tours and at our camp sites to assure the best possible waste management.

To introduce measures to reduce the consumption of water and energy around our camp areas.

To promote environmental awareness to our staff and guests, along with training of our staff and guests of good environmental practices.

To continually evolve achieving the highest possible standards where practicable.



All tour deposits are held in a Trust Account and are fully refundable should Covid-19 disrupt tours or tour participants.                                        

What Type of Vehicle is suitable for a Tour.

Any 4WD vehicle that has reasonable ground clearance and a high/low Transfer Case. Note: All wheel drive vehicles will not be accepted on any tour.       

Do I need to modify my Four Wheel Drive Vehicle?

For your safety and ours we ask you to install rated recovery points on the front using high tensile rated bolts to secure the recovery points. A rear rated recovery point must be carried to insert into your tow bar with rated shackles. They are not expensive to purchase and are easily installed.

** Please note tie down points that are not rated recovery points and can break, potentially causing personal injury and damage to another vehicle. Should you lose momentum and become bogged, we will not be in the position to use a winch or snatch strap to recover your vehicle without them. ** 

If your vehicle is in good condition, we simply advise you to have it serviced and inspected by a reliable 4×4 expert mechanical business. Explain to them the trip you are about to undertake and ask them to pay particular attention to your vehicle’s suspension. Pack your vehicle correctly (not overloaded) and your standard suspension should be more than adequate.

Ensure you have a minimum of 60% tread on all of your Tyres. If at all possible carry two spare tyres on rims. Tyres must be all terrain tyres not the standard issue fitted by the Vehicle Manufacturer 

Please refer to Tour Preparations.

What happens if my Vehicle breaks down?

We do our best to get you going again and will contact our 4×4 specialist via satellite phone for advice as required. Should we not be able to get you going, then we will get you to a safe place and help with arranging a recovery. In the Insurance marketplace there are companies that offer recovery policies.

We have never been remote Four Wheel Driving!

Our tour guide is right there to assist you in any given situation where possible.

Approximately how long is each day?

We like to depart camp by 8:30am, we stop for morning tea and lunch. We will stop at points of interest throughout the day and we aim to set up camp with enough time for you to enjoy the sunset each day.   

What is Bush Camping?

Bush camping is just that, out with Nature in the bush. Depending on the tour destination, we may be able to camp in a location that has long drop toilets for example, however generally we are out in the bush with no facilities.

What if I get sick?

We are equipped with a Satellite Phone to contact RFDS or any other Emergency Responder. We are trained First Aiders, and carry an Emergency First Aid Kit that includes a Heart Defibrillator and Blood Pressure Monitoring Machine. We do hope you will be in perfect Health prior to Departure.

Do we pay for lots of extras?

Our tours are as Advertised, any Activity outside our listed Brochure is at your own expense.

What happens if it rains?

Weather events can disrupt tours due to park closures, road & track closures. Atagalong Tours reserves the right to change routes, tours or tour dates due to weather events, or any other events or any other factors outside its control. 

What happens if State Borders are closed?

State Border closures due to any Public Health issue may affect tour’s that cross over State Borders. Atagalong Tours reserves the right to change routes, tours or tour dates due to Border Closures beyond its control. 

How do I make a booking?

Simply Book Online here, call us, Email directly on info@atagalongtours.com.au or send us an enquiry via the contact us Form.