Arrival and Departure

Comfortable return bus transfers from Adelaide City to our treks' starting locations are easily arranged with Genesis Tour and Charter company. Genesis offers a pick-up service to and from the Adelaide Central Bus Station, and pick-up from any Hotel in Adelaide City with prior arrangement, please note a $10 surcharge applies for Hotel pick-up. Once our guests have arrived for Clayton Station or Beltana Station camel treks, cameleer staff will be there to greet them and transfer to the Camel campsite for the first night in a swag. Arrival 2019/20: The Genesis Transport Company departs from Adelaide City to the turn-off for Beltana Station in the Flinders Ranges on Monday and Thursday's, leaving Adelaide at 6.45am offering a pick-up service at your accommodation in Adelaide City CBD if arranged with advance notification at the time of your booking($10 surcharge). You will arrive at the turn-off to Beltana Station approximately between 2pm -5pm ( depending on weather and traffic conditions) and Camel Treks Australia Cameleers will collect you and your luggage transporting you to the first nights camp location in one of our all terrain four wheel drives. Departure 2019/20: The Genesis Transport Company departs from the Beltana Station turn off at approximately 7.10am to Adelaide City on Tuesdays and Fridays. The Camel Treks Australia crew transfers guests from the Camel trek location or Station Homestead ( if you chose accommodation on your final nights stay )for guests booked on this service. Guests can choose to spend their last trek night in historic Beltana Station accommodation along with a beer at the Station's woolshed restaurant. The return bus service stops for refreshments in Wilmington arriving at the Adelaide Central Bus Station between 4.00pm - 6.00pm depending on weather and traffic condition. Arrival and departure times vary for Clayton Station 'Off The Birdsville Track' guests as this is located in a more remote desert location with regular snack and toilet breaks as well as a visit to the historic township of Farina and the underground wood fired bakery. Guests planning to catch evening flights from Adelaide International Airport Genesis can pay an additional fee of $10 per person for Genesis to transport them directly to the airport arriving at approximately 6pm which allows for check-in on most domestic and International evening flights. Booking a return bus transfer with Genesis Tour and Charter is an option for most Camel treks in 2018/19, please contact us if you are not certain. Call Alan on (+61)8 8552 4000 or (+61)428552700 to book your seat with Genesis Tour & Charter or email: / web site: . Fares are $170 one way / $340 return to Clayton Station and 'Off the Birdsville Track Trek', Beltana Station fares are $135 one way / $270 return.


What exactly is MicroLouvre?

It’s a woven fabric with an amazing 17 micro blades in every inch of fabric. Each blade is paper thin, only 0.054” wide and angled at 17⁰ and with an incredible 80% open area.

What colour is MicroLouvre?

For external use it’s normally black as lack limits re-reflected solar glare and heat, absorbing the heat gain to dissipate externally. Black also best replicates the appearance of glass in its neutral state.

Surely it’s better to be able to retract the system.

MicroLouvre gives perfect outward vision and high light levels. Also office lights are always turned on anyway as lighting levels always have to be balanced. MicroLouvre will just stay in place and occupants don’t even notice it’s there.

How is the screen product made?

Simply cut a frame from one of the three frame sections to suit the size. Cut a piece of the MicroLouvre metal fabric just smaller than the screen size, using scissors and/or a special cutting tool that we provide and using the stainless steel tensioning strip, assemble the screen. It only takes 30 minutes to make a 6’ x 8’ screen!

How do I install MicroLouvre?

It couldn’t be simpler, you have a range of possibilities, some of which require no drilling or screws: 1. Direct to glass or window frame (if suitable) with the famous 3M VHB products, no fixings, no screws. 2. In horizontal or vertical lift in/ lift out or sliding tracks, which can also use 3M VHB attachment systems. 3. With a range of simple, screw on hinges.

Do I need complicated support frames etc?

Absolutely not. A massive 6’ x 10’ screen weighs less than 30lbs.

If it’s so light surely it can’t be strong?

40 years on the 28 floor Indianapolis County Building in the USA proves its strength. The secret to this strength is the 80% open area offering negligible wind resistance. It has been laboratory tested (BRE) to hurricane winds above 100mph.

Can MicroLouvre be easily retro fitted?

Yes, due to its light weight nature and range of attachment methods, MicroLouvre can easily be retro fitted to any building type without the need of any structural engineering works.

How do you clean and maintain MicroLouvre screens?

MicroLouvre™ Screens are maintenance free as there are no mechanical parts to maintain. With regards to servicing when externally fitted, we recommend a simple pressure washer with fresh water no more than twice a year, or as and when required. The rain does a very good job at keeping the screens clean. Remarkably the screens actually have the effect of acting like a window skin removing the need for regular window cleaning.

How do you clean the glazing with MicroLouvre in front of it?

Glazing access is all dependent on the application design or preferred installation method, as in some instances the screens are mounted far enough away from the glazing to ensure cleaning access from below. However, normally the screens are opened on hinges or slide/lift out of the way depending on the fixing method if access to the glazing is required. This takes minimal effort.

Will MicroLouvre™ increase the need for lights to be turned on?

No, MicroLouvre™ is not the difference between the lights being on or off. This is a personal preference and in most cases internal lighting is always turned on regardless of the weather conditions.

Why would you use MicroLouvre™ when you can just use solar control glass?

Glass alone isn’t the answer when it comes to effectively reducing solar heat gain and overheating in buildings. There is a far greater solar heat gain reduction with MicroLouvre™ in combination with the glazing system, than just the glazing system alone. MicroLouvre™ increases the solar heat gain performance of any glazing system.

Would I need still MicroLouvre when I have internal blinds?

Yes. External and internal shading devices are two separate tools, external devices are primarily used to control solar heat gain to prevent the building and occupiers from overheating during the summer, while also reducing mechanical cooling loads/costs. Internal devices are used more so for low sun angle glare and high level privacy.

Isn’t this just a fly screen?

This system is far from any other fabric style screening and certainly no generic fly screen (as some think at a quick first glance), this is a woven metal fabric that weighs 0.102Kg ft² (0.23lb ft²) and has an 80% open area. When used as a window covering for solar shading allows perfect outward vision, natural ventilation and a high degree of natural day light whilst providing high performance solar shading from the high summer sun blocking up to 100% of the sun’s heat. This is very unique passive solar shading system.


Smartlouvre manufactures high quality sustainable louvred metal fabrics for multiple commercial applications. Precise engineering for optimum performance is at the heart of what we do.

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18 The Tanneries
Brockhampton Lane
Havant, Hampshire


United Kingdom

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