Discover the legendary heart of Outback culture on this half-day highlights tour of Alice Springs. Visit the historic Overland Telegraph Station and learn how residents have adapted to ultra-remote living at the Royal Flying Doctor Service base and the School of the Air. Encounter fearsome desert creatures at the Alice Springs Reptile Park, and take in sweeping views of the West MacDonnell Ranges from the top of Anzac Hill.
Benefit from a flexible itinerary and personalized attention on this private tour of the West MacDonnell Ranges from Alice Springs. You and your private party will travel in a luxury 4WD vehicle, which allows you to access attractions off the beaten path. Visit Simpsons Gap, the Standley Chasm, and take a walk to see the aboriginal rock art in Emily Gap. Homemade morning or afternoon tea is included to fuel you up on your adventures.
Get the ultimate outback experience on this overnight camping tour to Uluru. Explore the domes of Kata Tjuta before heading to the sacred rock formation of Uluru to watch the beautiful sunset. After sleeping under the incredible night sky, watch the sunrise over the rock and take a guided walk around the base to learn about the Mala people and the Aboriginal community in Australia.
Discover the natural wonders of Central Australia over three memorable days, including accommodation and hotel pick-up from Alice Springs. Watch the changing colors of Uluru (Ayers Rock) at sunset and sunrise, and view ancient Aboriginal rock art on a base walk. Keep your camera to hand as you get close to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), hike through the Walpa Gorge, then indulge in a ‘Sounds of Silence’ dinner and stargazing experience.
Get off the beaten track with a veteran driver/guide on this small-group 4WD adventure that whisks you from your accommodation direct to the Red Centre. Yet 4WD doesn’t mean roughing it: enjoy air-conditioning and three gourmet meals as you check off the surreal rock formations of Chambers Pillar, Rainbow Valley, and Mushroom Rock. Along the way, see ancient carvings, explore an Aboriginal art center, and watch a radiant sunset.
This private guided tour takes 4.5hours and visits spectacular scenery unique to Central Australia. Travel to the south of Alice Springs to the spectacular Rainbow Valley. Driving in we stroll onto the untouched sand dunes to get a feel for the arid zone. Long views to scenic sandstone bluffs and cliffs that are a photographer’s delight.
This is the most impressive sunset of Central Australia, mainly by it’s soft light and the whole feel you get around sunset time at Rainbow Valley. At this time of the day, the impressive sandstone walls change color, from ochre red to orange and purple.
The reserve is on the traditional lands of the Upper Southern Arrernte people and is known to them as Wurre. A Sandrifter Supper is provided at sunset and, shortly after, you may participate in a short star talk under our clear skies.