Immerse yourself in the Kimberley’s ancient landscapes with this magnificent brant new Quadrant Australia Tour for 2021.
- Visit remote cattle stations and experience station life
- Camp overnight in the Bungle Bungles National Park
- Cruise on Lake Argyle and see the Ord River Irrigation Project
- Visit Cape Leveque and fly over the Horizontal Falls
- Spend a day with the Paspaley Group and relax in the pearling capital of Broome!
This tour operates away from the tourist areas, so accommodation and transport may not be what you’d find in more conventional areas! We’re excited to bring this special tour to our Quadrant Australia clients.
Led by Tour Escort, Mark Lucas, he is well travelled and together with Quadrant Australia, he has led a number of study tours focusing on pasture improvement and cattle, to South America, Russia and New Zealand. His knowledge and passion for this region is second to none, so rest assured you’ll be in good hands.
Don’t miss out on this tour, it will fill up quickly!
Your Tour Escort - Mark Lucas
Mark Lucas, the principal of Pasture Agronomy Service, is a highly-regarded agronomist/consultant based in Tumut NSW. He is widely accepted as an innovator and largely responsible for the adoption of pasture direct drilling and tetraploid ryegrass in southern NSW and Victoria. He is also the co-principal of Reiland Angus at Tumut (founded in 1973), which sells 180 bulls per annum and exports heifers to China and Russia. Over 1400 registered and commercial cows are run to produce feeder steers and breeding females. Mark is well travelled and together with Quadrant Australia, he has led a number of study tours focusing on pasture improvement and cattle, to South America, Russia and New Zealand.