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Travel from Alice Springs to World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to see Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Considered the spiritual of the Red Centre, these two sacred sites feature stunning scenery and significant cultural importance. Discover the highlights with your guides, who take you to Mutitjulu Waterhole, Mala walk and the Cultural Centre. Learn about local Aboriginal history and traditions during this all-inclusive tour. Includes a buffet breakfast, lunch, snacks and an Aussie barbecue during the sunset at Uluru.
Discover the beauty of Australia's Red Centre on a 2-day camping tour of World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Start from Alice Springs or Ayers Rock, then travel with your guide to Uluru and Kata Tjuta where you take walks, hear stories of Aboriginal culture, and watch the sunrise and sunset over Uluru. Camp overnight in the national park, sleeping under the stars. An ideal tour if you have limited time, this small-group tour offers an intimate experience at one of Australia's most iconic sites.
Experience the majestic, Dreamtime landscapes of Australia’s Red Centre with this 3-day tour from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. Witness an unforgettable sunset and sunrise over Uluru and explore the mythical formations of Kata Tjuta. Take an optional camel ride, explore Aboriginal history at the Mutitjulu waterhole and take a guided walk along the spectacular rim of Kings Canyon.
Explore the West MacDonnell Ranges on a full-day tour from Alice Springs. Travel with an expert guide to highlights such as Simpsons Gap, Ormiston Gorge, Ochre Pits, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek and Glen Helen. Have time to enjoy the region's natural beauty and capture photo ops of the Australian Outback as you hike into rock canyons, discover hidden waterholes and view historical sites. Chances to swim and hike along the way
Experience the magic of outback Australia on this 3-day camping tour from Alice Springs and sleep under the desert stars. Hike around the rim of the awe-inspiring Kings Canyon; watch the sunset and sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and marvel over the mighty peaks of Kata Tjuta. Your action-packed itinerary also includes visits to George Gill Range, the Garden of Eden and the Valley of the Winds, plus the chance to ride a camel, sleep in a swag and try typical Aussie campfire food.
Make the most of your visit to Australia's Red Centre on a full-day tour to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park from Alice Springs. With your experienced guide, explore Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), both UNESCO World Heritage sites. Your guide leads you on nature walks around each site and shows you Aboriginal rock art. Visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre to learn more and watch the sunset over Uluru. Enjoy sparkling wine and a barbecue dinner for a memorable end to your day.
Sit back and enjoy the scenery of Australia’s rugged Red Centre with this one-way transfer from Alice Springs to Uluru (Ayers Rock). Travel by luxury air-conditioned coach through the mystical desert of the Northern Territory while your driver-guide points out passing attractions and shares Aboriginal history. Stretch your legs at stops throughout the journey, including the Outback Camel Farm, where you can enjoy an optional camel ride (own expense).
Camp at Kings Canyon and Ayers Rock Resort on a 3-day tour of Australia’s Red Centre. Marvel at the domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas); see the sunset and sunrise at Uluru (Ayers Rock) and take a base walk with a local guide, and explore the Lost City and Garden of Eden in Watarrka National Park. See rugged Outback landscapes, enjoy prepared meals and sleep overnight at permanent campsites: select a 'Basix' option or upgrade to 'Original'. Round-trip transport is included from Alice Springs.
Sometimes driving through a small part of the Australian Outback isn’t enough. See the desert from above on a morning hot-air balloon ride. This tour from Alice Springs gets you up in the air near dawn for a scenic ride. Spot wildlife, including the elusive Red Kangaroo, from above, take in views of the landscape, and enjoy sparkling wine afterward.
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.
Tick off all the highlights of Austrlia’s Red Centre on this 3-day outback adventure from Alice Springs. Embark on a guided hike around the dramatic Kings Canyon, enjoy impressive views of iconic Uluru and see the striking Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) rock formations as you explore the Valley of the Winds. That’s not all: learn about Aboriginal culture on a guided Mala Walk, try typical Aussie bush tucker and camp out beneath the stars in a traditional swag or tent.
Zip along sandy tracks, rugged cliffs and sandstone hills on a thrilling 4WD tour of the Finke Gorge National Park from Alice Springs. Keep your camera close to hand as you pass the dramatic landscapes of Palm Valley and the Finke River; take in the views from the Kalarranga Lookout; and learn about the Western Arrernte Aboriginal people in the Hermannsburg Historic Precinct. This full-day tour includes lunch and hotel pick-up.
Immerse yourself in the mythical desert landscape of the Outback on this 2-day tour from Alice Springs. Witness an awe-inspiring sunset and sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and admire the majestic rock formations of Kata Tjuta. Delve into aboriginal history at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and come face-to-face with ancient rock art at the Mutitjulu waterhole. Travel by comfortable coach, and stay overnight your choice of accommodation near Ayers Rock.
Enjoy a scenic one-way transfer from Alice Springs to Yulara, where you can be dropped off at either the Ayers Rock Resort or Connellan Airport. Along the way, stop at a camel farm for an optional ride through the Outback and pop in at the Erldunda roadhouse for any needed refreshments and facilities. It's a convenient and stress-free way to get to Uluru or make a flight connection from Ayers Rock.
Camp in the Outback on this 5-day tour of Australia’s Red Centre, departing from Alice Springs. Travel by 4WD vehicle to Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Kings Canyon and the West MacDonnell Ranges. Swim in rock holes, take guided walks, and see the monoliths at sunrise and sunset. On a visit to the Oak Valley Aboriginal Community, you’ll witness ancient cave paintings and hear storytelling by Aboriginal guides. Enjoy campfire meals and sleep under the stars in private bush camps on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people.
Take a full-day detour from Alice Springs to visit Palm Valley — a fertile oasis in the midst of the Outback that’s accessible only by 4WD vehicle. See ancient rock formations and spring-fed pools, and enjoy a picnic lunch in Finke Gorge National Park. Learn about the area’s indigenous history with a visit to the Aboriginal community of Hermannsburg, where you can tour the town mission and a local painter’s home.
The MacDonnell Ranges are an ideal place to see rare desert wildlife, gorges, and watering holes—they are also conveniently located closer to Alice Springs than popular Uluru. This makes it easier to see a lot of the ranges in one day, as this tour does. Make more than half a dozen stops at watering holes, gorges, and archeological sites, and take advantage of provided meals and transport from your hotel.
This 4-day, 3-night tour allows you to explore Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, and the outback town of Alice Springs. Travel from Alice Springs or Ayers Rock in an air-conditioned minibus, sleep around a campfire at a private campsite, and learn about the history and people of the area. Drinking water, some meals, and camping equipment provided.
Enjoy an authentic desert adventure right in the heart of Australia, as you ride a camel close to Alice Springs. Mount up for a thrilling circuit along red sand tracks and forest trails; and spot wild kangaroos and wallabies from your unique vantage point. Finally, stop for a memorable photo against a dramatic backdrop of the Western MacDonell Ranges.
Discover the plants, animals, and people of Australia’s central desert environments during an evening tour of the Alice Springs Desert Park. Your guide leads you on a nighttime walking tour that allows you to see creatures such as echidna and mala (rufous-hare wallaby) as they become active after dark.
Let Emu Run Experience transfer you from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock Resort on our comfortable coach with air conditioning and an on board toilet.
Itinerary: Alice Springs to Ayers Rock Resort Bus Transfer
We collect you from outside your Alice Springs accommodation at approximately 6am. We arrive at Yulara at approximately 11:45am and we drop you off at the Outback Pioneer Hotel at Ayers Rock Resort.
Please note: no food/meals are included with this transfer service, however the bus will stop off at Erldunda Roadhouse on the way so you can purchase food there.
Beat Australia's summer heat on this water-focused tour of the Wes MacDonnell Ranges. Spend the whole day pool-hopping in the national park with a small group, which ensures personalized attention and an intimate atmosphere. Stops include Ellery Creek Big Hole, Ormiston Gorge, the Glen Helen Gorge, and others for chances to don your bathing suit and jump in. Along the way, listen to guided commentary on the area's ecology and wildlife.
Alice Springs Walking Tours give visitors a unique insight into this famous town.
The friendly, local tour guides give you an interesting, funny and fascinating perspective into the history, culture and heritage of "A Town Like Alice"
Explore the plants, animals, and people of the desert during a self-guided visit to Alice Springs Desert Park. Learn about the arid regions of central Australia from interpretative displays and daily talks by the staff. Find out who resides in a waterhole and which critters come out at night, among other fun facts.