3 Days Survivor Island Adventure

//3 Days Survivor Island Adventure

3 Days Survivor Island Adventure


Includes 2 days & 2 nights camping on Middle Island Transfers from the Greyhound Bus Stop to the Airfield Flight to Middle Island and Return LARC (Army Duck),National Park fees Power boats, sand boarding, crab pots and fishing equipment, Lighthouse Tour Free use of kayaks, rubber tractor tubes, life jackets and other assorted items. Roomy tents with thick mattresses Camp kitchen with cooking and eating utensils, food storage boxes (wet and dry), maps, first aid kit Water for drinking and cooking only Camp toilet USB power and lighting Evening meal – compulsory additional cost $5/night – see below. (a hearty beef stew – for vegetarians it is a hearty stew without the meat).

Are you up to the challenge? Buckle up and leave the crowds behind as we fly you into your own tropical paradise, landing on the beach where you will be left for 3days/2nts to be a Survivor with only a handful of fellow thrill seekers and an array of native wildlife.

With only a camp supervisor to ensure the smooth running of the tour, there is no-one planning your stay or looking after you…

Try kayaking, explore caves, go fishing or crabbing with your local Aussie Bushman, sand board down 35m sand dunes into the water, zoom about in motorised boats, snorkel, find oysters, explore the natural wonders of this isolated island…or better still, just relax, lie back on the beach and do nothing!

At the end of a big day, what better way to relax than by watching the glorious sunset over the western side of the island whilst enjoying our famous Survivor camp fire stew! Spend the evening under the amazing stars, around the camp fire with new friends playing camp fire games and signing songs. This is the opportunity of a lifetime…and we guarantee you'll remember it!

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  • Castaway Island

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You will attend a briefing at the Greyhound Bus Stop on Round Hill Road (close to the Caltex service station)before departure. At the briefing, flight times will be allocated, any questions can be answered and all the recommendation will be done.

You will be picked up and transferred to the airfield where you will board your flight to Castaway. Your flight will take approx 15 min, so have your camera ready for the amazing scenery!

The plane will land on the beach right outside your camp.There is a Camp Kitchen (under shelter) with tables, gas cooking stove, fresh water, cutlery, pots and pans, can opener, cool boxes and food storage containers. From the Camp Kitchen area there is a short trail leading to the tents, the tents are set up and include thick mattresses. We expect you to loo k after our tents and take extra care when using zips.

The camp is set up and ready for you to arrive, but remember that you will be expected to keep it clean while you are there, ready for the next campers to arrive.

Lights and USB power (for phones etc) are available in camp; The Camp toilet is located a short distance from the Camp Kitchen, you will need to bring your own toilet paper. Please be considerate of others and do not litter the area with toilet paper – put all waste, (other than what goes in the toilet) in the bin provided. You will find Maps for walking trails in camp, please take care when moving around on the island, there are snakes about …STAY ON THE TRACKS and watch where you are walking.

“LARC” on the way back on an amphibious vehicle!

Arrive 1/2 hour before your flight time.

Do Not At Any Time Move Towards The Aircraft While The Motor Is Operational.
Do not touch anything on or in the aircraft without the consent of the pilot.


(There is a First Aid Kit on the Island – inside are instructions for emergencies. In the unlikely event of a serious emergency the injured or sick person will be flown out by a Rescue Helicopter).

Extra Costs

Hearty evening meal $5/night – payable to pilot on the day of your flight (compulsory due to limited space and cooking facilities for 15 people)

Optional Sleeping bag – can be purchased or hired.


Additional information


3 Days and 2 nights


Agnes Water


Middle Island


15 maximum, on the island camp.


A small bag is all that we can allow. Storage can be arranged before you depart.


Moderate. Great sense of adventure

Dietary requests:

If you have a special dietary requirement (eg gluten free or vegan) please advise in advance.

What to bring:

A small back pack for your personal items of clothing; Food for breakfast, lunch and snack food you require for the entire time you are on the island. (No glass containers). Dinner is provided for $5/per night Everyone helps to prepare the dinner and clean up. Drinks or alcohol as required (No glass containers) Note: water is provided Ice (optional) A water container for hiking Sleeping bag (purchase or hire locally) Insect repellent, sunscreen and hat Toilet paper Torch Bushwalking shoes Phone and recharger – (for safety if there is an emergency) Snorkel, goggles and fins (optional – purchase or hire locally) Fishing lines and bait (optional – can purchase locally) A sense of adventure!

Optional Activities:

Optional Snorkeling equipment – can be purchased or hired. Optional fishing gear – deposit required


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