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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.
Take a full-day detour from Darwin to explore the beautiful natural playground of Katherine Gorge. Cruise between ancient sandstone cliffs for an up-close perspective of Aboriginal rock art and crocodiles lounging on the riverbanks. Take a dip in a natural swimming hole at the base of Edith Falls, and recharge with a delicious picnic lunch. Get a glimpse of local cattle culture on a coach tour of Katherine, and pass through the historic gold mining town of Pine Creek.
Journey to the majestic chasm of Kings Canyon on this full-day adventure from Ayers Rock. Travel across the rugged landscape of Central Australia, stopping at the Kings Creek cattle and camel station for a taste of Outback ranch life for breakfast and an optional camel ride. Choose from a strenuous walk to the canyon rim for unbeatable views, or an easier route along the canyon creek bed. Stop for lunch (own expense) at the Kings Canyon Resort, and suit your sightseeing schedule with the option you selected when you booked: either returning to Ayers Rock or continuing on to Alice Springs.
Sip a glass of wine of beer as you watch the sun sink over Uluru (Ayers Rock), followed by an Aussie-style barbecue dinner. Snap photos of the spectacular hues reflected on the iconic monolith, located in Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia's Red Centre. Feast on mouthwatering dishes as you watch myriad stars light up the night sky. After dinner, your central desert outback experience is enhanced with a star tour. Includes hotel transport from Ayers Rock Resort.
Enjoy a camel tour against the incredible backdrop of Ayers Rock (Uluru) and Kata Tjuta. Choose an express camel ride in the morning or afternoon, or select a sunrise tour (includes billy tea and baked beer bread) or a sunset tour (includes sparkling wine, beer, or soft drinks with snacks) and watch the changing colors of Uluru at dawn or dusk. You’re led through the outback in Australia’s Red Centre by an expert cameleer who shares knowledge of the desert’s wildlife and ecology along the way. Hotel transport included.
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.
Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) and Kata Tjuta are two of Australia’s most photographed natural wonders and this full-day tour takes in both. Enjoy guided hikes to the Walpa Gorge, Mutitjulu Waterhole, and the Mala Walk; visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre; and tuck into a traditional Aussie barbecue dinner as you watch the sunset over Uluru.
Spend a day exploring the waterfalls, monsoon forest, and rock formations of Litchfield National Park on a small-group tour from Darwin. Swim in natural rock pools such as Buley Rockhole, admire massive termite pillars, take a guided walk in the forest, hear Aboriginal stories, and learn about Australian plants and animals. Take a dip at waterfalls that cascade from the Tabletop Range, relax over a barbecue lunch and travel by air-conditioned minivan with a knowledgeable guide.
Explore Kakadu National Park and learn about Australia’s Aboriginal heritage on a full-day tour from Darwin. You'll see the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed park, including ancient rock art of Ubirr Rock and views from the Nadab lookout. Then take a Guluyambi cultural cruise along the East Alligator River, traveling with an indigenous guide who stops along the way to show you the dramatic landscapes of Arnhem Land. Includes lunch, snacks, guide, transportation, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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
Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is widely considered among Australia’s most impressive natural attractions—but it’s difficult to feel its size and scale from ground level. On this tour, begin with pickup at your Ayers Rock Resort hotel and take to the skies by helicopter with your guide. Soar high over Uluru and nearby Kata Tjuta, and capture uninterrupted views over the 500 million year-old formations on camera.
Discover the best of Litchfield National Park on a full-day tour from Darwin. Head to the Adelaide River for a private Jumping Crocodile cruise that gives you great views of the crocs. Continue into Litchfield National Park to cool off in swimming holes such as Florence Falls, Wangi Falls or Buley Rockhole, see the sculptural termite mounds and have a picnic lunch. Back in Darwin, watch the sunset at Mindil Beach while sipping a glass of champagne and nibbling prawn appetizers before returning to your hotel.
One of the Northern Territory's key attractions is its isolation, but an increasing number of visitors means that the Territory's most popular attractions are becoming very busy. Cruise the Adelaide River without bumping into lots of other groups on this early-morning tour, with the chance to swim in picturesque rock pools and meet a crocodile without a horde of onlookers spoiling the experience.
Wetlands made Kakadu National Park a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Yellow Water Billabong is one of the most beautiful. Join Indigenous-owned Yellow Water Cruises on a guided journey of discovery among crocodiles, eagles, and reflecting waters. Choose between a sunrise cruise, with a hot buffet breakfast after you finish, or later cruises: the wildlife, like the light, changes throughout the day.
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.
Experience the wondrous landscapes of the Top End on this 5-day camping tour from Darwin. With a knowledgeable guide, travel in a 4WD vehicle to three popular national parks: Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield. View Aboriginal rock art, take a crocodile cruise, visit Katherine Gorge and cool off in waterfalls including Twin Falls, Jim Jim Falls, Gunlom Falls and Buley Rockhole on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people. Enjoy campfire evenings, complete meals and sleeping at private campsites in a ‘swag’ (bedroll) or a permanent safari tent.
Note: This seasonal tour operates from June through October.
Enjoy an absolutely iconic experience when visiting Australia’s Red Centre—a full trek around the base of Uluru. As you start your sunrise walk around the 7.5-mile (12-kilometer) base trail of Uluru, embrace the culture, geology, and environment that is the essence of this amazing monolith. Stop along the trail for a picnic breakfast with an amazing close up view. Your guide tells the cultural stories (Tjukurpa) of Liru (poisonous snake) and Kuniya (woma python) as well as many other Aboriginal creation stories associated with this amazing natural landmark. Witness the sunrise, visit waterholes, see rock art sites of the ancients, and immerse yourself in the nature and culture of this very special place.
Leave the driving to a professional while you soak up the legendary sights of Central Australia with this one-way shuttle service from Uluru (Ayres Rock) to Alice Springs. Travel aboard a luxury air-conditioned coach for the approximately 6-hour journey, while your driver provides commentary on Outback history and natural attractions. Stretch your legs with stops along the way to photograph ancient rock formations and admire Aboriginal art at a roadhouse.
Experience the magnetic allure of Uluru (Ayers rock) on this half-day tour from Ayers Rock resort. Get up close to the UNESCO-listed landmark with a drive around the base and follow the Kuniya Walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole. Discover Uluru’s spiritual significance as you admire ancient Aboriginal rock art and visit the Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. Then, sip a glass of wine and munch on canapés as you witness the dazzling sunset over Uluru. Finish your day with a hearty Aussie-style BBQ (if option selected) beneath the desert stars.
Travel with a small group from Ayers Rock to Cave Hill, the land of the Anangu located deep in the desert. Meet with an indigenous guide and hear Aboriginal creation stories of the Seven Sisters that have been handed down by elders over the generations. Be amazed by the ancient rock art of Cave Hill, one of Central Australia’s most significant Aboriginal rock-art sites. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to glimpse the history and culture of Australia's indigenous people. Numbers are limited to 11 participants, ensuring an intimate experience with your guide.
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.
Embark on an unforgettable Outback adventure on this overnight trip from Darwin to Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Go croc-spotting on a guided cruise down the East Alligator River and Yellow Water Billabong, and take in dramatic views of the wildlife-rich wetlands. Learn about local indigenous traditions from an Aboriginal guide as you visit the community of Arnhem Land and admire ancient rock art at Ubirr. Select from different levels of accommodation to suit any budget.
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).