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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.
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
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.
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.
Head to Palm Valley from Alice Springs to explore an Aboriginal community and a beautiful oasis in the outback. Visit the historic town of Hermannsburg with its historic buildings and Aboriginal art gallery before heading to the Cycad Gorge for a nature walk around the oasis. Enjoy a picnic lunch at the Kalaranga Lookout and take in the views of the MacDonnell Ranges just as the sun sets behind them.
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.
Explore the MacDonnell Ranges on a full-day tour from Alice Springs. Stroll around the Ormiston Gorge until you reach the swimming hole where you can take a dip before having a delicious BBQ lunch. Then head to the UNESCO-listed Ochre Pits and Ellery Creek Big Hole and swim in the picturesque swimming hole surrounded by high red cliffs, also a special meeting place for the Arrernte people.
View spectacular outback scenery and take photos as we travel along through magnificent Outback Country, stopping at the many historic locations. As we depart town we will stop at the historical Flynn’s Grave Memorial. Enjoy beautiful walks at both Simpsons Gap and Standley Chasm. In the afternoon, tour the sights of 'The Alice' including The School of the Air, the historic Telegraph Station, and the Royal Flying Doctors Service, as well as the Alice Springs Reptile Centre. The tour concludes with a panoramic view of Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges from Anzac Hill.