This outback survival course is essential for those who want to go further into the desert or drive overland through remote desert environments. The Australian outback is a harsh and unforgiving environment and should never be underestimated. Anyone could find themselves caught in a survival situation, so preparation is key. It not only gives you the knowledge and skills you need to survive, it provides you with the confidence to go out there and explore knowing you have a skill set to get you out of a tricky situation.


The skills you will learn in this course will stay with you for a lifetime. This is the only outback survival course of its kind in Australia. It truly is a unique experience, set on a private station in the Pilbara. The place is vast and beautiful, spreading over hundreds of kilometres of dunes, salt encrusted lakes, vast stony deserts and dense scrub.

Our Outback survival course is geared for those who need the skills to be able to survive in harsh desert environments.


Subjects usually covered

  • Build makeshift shelters

  • Collect and purify precious water in desert environments

  • Learn various signalling methods

  • Learn how to make fire using limited resources (Numerous methods)

  • Psychology of survival

  • Navigation: compass and map, GPS, navigation using the sun and stars.

  • In-depth survival strategies and the importance of extensive pre-trip planning

  • Identification of edible flora and fauna and food collection

  • Tips on what to put in your own personal survival kit

PRICE : $3995


  • All equipment (exclusions will be emailed to you in the kit list at time of booking)

  • All food & beverages (excludes first and last day)

  • All course materials

  • Transport to and from the airport.

  • Hotel on the last night.

  • Expert survival instructors

  • Once in a lifetime experience

  • All fees for use of the outback station


  • Minimum age 16 years old

  • Under 18’s must be accompanied.

  • You will be camping

  • Moderate-good level of fitness

  • You will not have access to showers, flushing toilets or phone reception for the duration as we will be in wilderness locations.


  • Closed toed footwear are essential

  • Water bottle

  • Sunglasses, hat and sunscreen

  • Comfortable clothing for the ten days, please dress for the weather and limit what you bring to an absolute minimum

  • Waterproofs if you have them

  • Sleeping bag 

  • Bowl and cutlery

  • Toiletries and personal medication

  • Head torch


Survival training difficulty

Moderate-hard. You will be camping in tents without access to conventional toilets and amenities, hiking through the desert for extended periods, you will essentially be a nomad for ten days.


The Pilbara - North Western Australia

Book you outback survival course today, places are limited to ten so make sure to secure yours!

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