TWO DAY ITINERARY

SUGGESTED ITINERARY FOR TWO DAYS IN BIRDSVILLE

**times are a guide

Day 1

0730 Birdsville Walking Tour with Alex from Big Red Tours

1030 Morning Tea at The Birdsville Bakery

1130 Browse the Wirrarri Information Centre

1300 Enjoy an OBE Organic burger at The Humpy Cafe, made with locally produced beef 

1400 See the desert from the air with an Birdsville Aviation scenic flight

1500 Browse Annandale Trading Co, our local 100% Australian Made and Owned homeware & gift shop

1700 Catch the sunset at Big Red, on your own or on an all inclusive tour

1900 Dinner at The Birdsville Hotel

2100 Take in the Outback Sky with 4-holes of night golf at the unique Birdsville Dunes Golf Course (from May 2022)

Day 2

0700 Early morning walk to Pelican Point

0800 Breakfast at The Humpy Cafe

0930 Experience the Birdsville Court House Hologram Display (from mid 2021)

1100 Morning tea at the Birdsville Bakery

Take a break before a scrumptious lunch

1300 Lunch at the Birdsville Hotel

Afternoon Options

  • Enjoy our new water park at Anzac Park

  • Drop into the National Parks office for a chat with Ranger Don about the area

  • Play 9 holes at the unique Birdsville Dunes Golf Course (from May 2022)

  • Hire Finska from the Birdsville Roadhouse and play at your camp, billabong or oval

  • Drop into the Birdsville Roadhouse and pick up our free Scavenger Hunt

  • Explore the history inside the Birdsville Hotel

  • Take a drive to see the rare Waddi Trees

  • Checkout the Thutirla Pula Dreamtime site (currently closed due to flood damage)

  • Follow the Footsteps of Time around town

  • Hire racquets and balls for a hit of tennis

  • Walk through the Birdsville Race Course and imagine it filled with 5000 people

  • Visit the Burke and Wills Tree

  • Take a look at the Old Diamantina Crossing and imagine hauling food and supplies across by boat in floodwaters

  • Drop a line in the Diamantina and try your luck at fishing

  • Put your feet up and let the kids play at the parks in town

  • Head back to Big Red for an afternoon of fun in the sand

1700 Enjoy a sunset paddle on the Billabong

1930 Grab dinner and a nightcap at The Birdsville Hotel

In the spirit of Reconciliation, we acknowledge the Wangkangurru Yarluyandi people, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which Birdsville was built.

We pay our respects to their Elders; past, present and emerging, and encourage the continuation of their cultural, spiritual & educational practices.