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Oxford Dictionary : Expedition - a journey or voyage for a particular purpose especially exploration


    Expeditions spent considerable time travelling off-track through the deserts, retracing the history of our explorers in the 19th century. History & exploration was the major focus of these trips. Expeditions were opportunities to experience country few people will ever see.

    Facilities were limited to the extent that fuel and water drops were required during the trips. A travel average off-track of about 40 kms a day was normal. Vehicles complied with several preparation requirements such as; fuel & water volumes, tyres & tyre repair gear and vehicle spares.

    For those interested in an expedition; preparation advice, trip reports and all manner of information was available.

    Vehicle & Tyre choice is an important consideration for all tours and expeditions. Please click the links to Mick's articles explaining what to look for, as well as what to expect in regard to road conditions -:

    Vehicle Suitability for Long Range Desert Work

    Tyre Choices for Normal and Heavy Work

    Road Conditions in the Western Deserts



** We are not running strictly off-track expeditions anymore due to problems with
Native Title and permits for these types of trips.
We are frustrated and disappointed but will endeavour to persevere for future expeditions if at all possible. **




Travel Information - general guide to touring with us
Vehicle Preparation - important basics
Road Conditions - what to expect
Tyre Information - detailed help regarding tyres, tubes and repairs
Vehicle, Koni & Communications - choices and help with common problems
Interest Pages - includes Len, Anne, Desert Articles & Updates plus Handy Links



** Please note change of address **
35 Watsons Creek-Tilmunda Road
Watsons Creek, NSW, 2355
Home : 02 6764 0199
Mobile : 0408 841 447
Email : Beadell Tours
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