So, what’s it like touring with Mulga?

Most days on a Mulga multi day tour start after 9am, so you can fit in a leisurely breakfast or a sleep-in, and appreciate the accommodation’s facilities.

We’ll discuss the day’s tour before we set off and one of our tour guides will cycle with you if the support vehicle can’t follow closely. You’ll be free to stop plenty of times along the way for photos or to learn about your surroundings, as well as to refuel or take a break. 

There’s always great food on a Mulga tour, and plenty of it. As much as possible we take advantage of seasonal local produce and have plenty of snacks and fresh fruit on hand during each day’s tour. We’re also more than happy to accommodate special dietary requirements.

We’ll reach our accommodation each afternoon and there’ll be time to unwind, explore, or socialise before an evening meal of great food and lively conversation. As much as possible, we try to ensure that dinners are not limited to set menus so guests are free to choose what they like to eat. After our meal we’ll head back to our accommodation and enjoy a satisfying rest before regrouping the next day.