Katherine Outback Experience
There is dust and chaos, and things don't always go to plan, but that's part of the beauty and charm of the outback as we know it.
There is something for everyone during the 90 minute outdoor show. The kids love feeding the animals, whilst the adults are mesmerised by Tom's horse and dog training knowledge, skill and patience. The show wouldn't be complete without some hilarious bush yarns and some catchy Australian music tunes.
Free refreshments including cold water and lollies.
DescriptionKatherine Outback Experience offers a unique insight into life on Australian outback cattle stations, highlighting the important role of working dogs and horses in the pastoral industry. Working on outback cattle stations away from the modern comforts of TV and internet, inspired Tom to pen his first songs. This led to an award-winning music career including his title track from the CD ‘Smack Bang!’, written about living and working in the NT, which topped the Australian County Music Charts for several weeks. Tom’s passion for working with and training animals, combined with his love of music inspired him to launch Katherine Outback Experience in 2013, providing guests with a sense of what goes on in the outback, often behind closed doors.
Come and watch Tom break-in a horse, work the cattle dogs and sing a few Aussie anthems, often from atop of a horse. Children are invited to interact with the station animals - some of which are unique to the outback. The show is in a constant state of evolution, with new animals and acts being introduced on a weekly basis. No two shows are the same.
An experience not to be missed that will leave you with a greater understanding and appreciation of the everyday men and women who live and work in the outback.
Adults: 18 years+.
Seniors: Senior card required.
Students: School aged students under 18 years.
Children: 5 years and Under.
Please contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone on +61 428 301 580 should you have any queries, wish to make a group booking of 10+ guests or inquire about an alternative date.
6.1 km east from the Katherine Tourist Information Centre towards Mataranka, turn right onto Byers Road (also spelt Buyers), right onto Collins Road, and right at the 3rd gate. Follow the road around to the car park.
DUNSBOROUGH, WA (Dec-Feb): 'Kareenya' 88 Genoli Road, Quindalup.
5km from the Dunsborough town centre. Drive towards Busselton from Dunsborough along Caves Road. Turn right onto Commanage Road at the roundabout, follow the road around the 'dog-leg' bend past Simmo's Ice-cream. Turn left onto Genoli Road and follow it to the end, through the stone entrance. Follow the signs to the car park.