We love what we do, and we'd love to show you!

Camel smile!
Camel smile!

Get close and personal with our camels!

Maryam Schindler Photography
Maryam Schindler Photography
Photographing the teacher.
Photographing the teacher.

We welcome private groups and schools.

Trevor and Photographer
Trevor and Photographer

Trevor is one of our best camels, she's just beautiful and yes her name is Trevor ... long story!

Water fun on a Family Trek
Water fun on a Family Trek

The Family Treks are revolved around the children and what fun they have.

Bella and the crew
Bella and the crew

Our camels love affection!

Waterholes
Waterholes

Water in the semi arid region of the Flinders Ranges is precious. We visit some very special waterholes revered by local Aboriginal people as sacred.

On the trail
On the trail

Each days exploring is varied from the days before, no two tracks are the same.

Photography group
Photography group

Truly folks the Photography Treks are a highlight.

Emu
Emu

We see lots of these characters on treks.

Bearded Dragon
Bearded Dragon

A Bearded Dragon warms his cold blood on one of our camel tracks.

Grey Kangaroo
Grey Kangaroo

The trekking grounds abound with varieties of Kangaroos.

Up the tree
Up the tree

Cameleers moved this character off the track away from camel pads.

Mayo's Gorge
Mayo's Gorge

This is Outback Country at it's best.

Sunsets
Sunsets

The sun has a big landscape to play with out here, this is our theatre.

Wedge Tailed Eagle
Wedge Tailed Eagle

The Wedge Tailed Eagle is a magnificent sight to behold.

Shingleback Lizard
Shingleback Lizard

A Shingleback Lizard stands up to the Camels!

Feast for the Soul
Feast for the Soul

Expansive landscapes have the capacity to put the little things into perspective ... it's great to be alive.

Paul and Karen Ellis
Paul and Karen Ellis

The proprietors of Camel Treks Australia share a mutual love of Camels and the Outback.

Better than four wheel driving
Better than four wheel driving

Treks combine riding and walking ... you choose the ratio.

Getting to know the Chariots
Getting to know the Chariots

Our camels are our family, you will find them to be inquisitive and get to know each ones individual character.

Gorgeous Baby Bearded Dragon
Gorgeous Baby Bearded Dragon

Wildlife abounds in the Flinders Ranges

Riding under a great sky
Riding under a great sky

Riding is relaxing and easy

Swags and Camels
Swags and Camels

As the sun sets the camels wander to browse at bushes.

The Old Ghan line
The Old Ghan line

Living history, The Old Ghan Railway line, once frequented by Camelmen and their long camel strings who enabled its production.

Photography Trek
Photography Trek

Pete Dobre our Photographer makes these journeys ... learn skills, make friends, have fun!

Kids on Treks
Kids on Treks

The Family Treks are hands on fun from dawn till dusk. Kids love the opportunity to help create camp oven meals and cakes.

Campfire cooking every night
Campfire cooking every night

Our camp oven cooking skills are second to none!

Sam riding atop on the look out!
Sam riding atop on the look out!
Vehicle Backup
Vehicle Backup

Every trek has an emergency back up vehicle on site.

Adventures in the desert
Adventures in the desert

Sand, sun, and sky

The night sky
The night sky

Stars, stars, stars!

Swag or Tents
Swag or Tents

Our swags are fully lined and insect proof, fall asleep gazing at the stars or enjoy your own tent.

Camel riding
Camel riding

Camel riding is easy relaxing fun and the rhythm is gentle.

The campfire
The campfire

Living in the bush on treks revolves around the campfires, you won't miss any technology.

Paul and Karen Ellis
Paul and Karen Ellis

The proprietors of Camel Treks Australia with one of their Chariots, Millie.

As far as the eye can see
As far as the eye can see

Some tracks we take offer an infinite expanse.

Sunrise
Sunrise

Sunrises in the Flinders Ranges are really very special.

Landscape Photography
Landscape Photography

Bring you camera or join a Photography Trek with Pete Dobre.

Creek beds and River Gums
Creek beds and River Gums

Each day is unique with varied terrain.

Camel Riding
Camel Riding

Shadows make for great images.

Galahs
Galahs

A flock takes to the sky.

Night sky
Night sky

With no air or light pollution the night sky looks vastly different and very much alive.

Kangaroos
Kangaroos

A Big Red Kangaroo stops to observe the camel string.

Wedge Tailed Eagle
Wedge Tailed Eagle

Australia's largest bird of prey is often seen soaring above.

Jocko and Gunga Din
Jocko and Gunga Din
Karen riding Mumpy
Karen riding Mumpy
Sam leading the A String
Sam leading the A String
Karen and Rajah the Camel
Karen and Rajah the Camel
Sara and Canning the Camel
Sara and Canning the Camel
Pete Dobre Photography - June 2015
Pete Dobre Photography - June 2015
The String in Mern Merna Gorge
The String in Mern Merna Gorge
Gabi and Zaki the Camel
Gabi and Zaki the Camel
Karen and Rajah the Camel
Karen and Rajah the Camel

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