Rock the Centre - Alice Springs to Alice Springs

DURATION: 3 Days
Campfire
Valley of the Winds walk at Kata Tjuta
Kings Canyon
Uluru bush camp
Campfire games
Uluru sunset (Ayers Rock) credit Sarena Hyland/Tourism NT
Kata Tjuta hiking
Sunset viewing, Uluru credit Shaana McNaught/Tourism NT
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Rim Walk, Kings Canyon credit Shaana McNaught/Tourism NT
Uluru bush camp
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Campfire games
Uluru sunset (Ayers Rock) credit Sarena Hyland/Tourism NT
Kata Tjuta hiking
Sunset viewing, Uluru credit Shaana McNaught/Tourism NT
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Rim Walk, Kings Canyon credit Shaana McNaught/Tourism NT
Uluru bush camp
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Tour Details

Duration: 3 Days

Departs: Tue, Thu and Sat

From: Select Alice Springs Accommodation

Finishes: Select Alice Springs Accommodation

Tour Code: RTC3

Max People: 24

Itinerary

Day 1: Alice Springs to Kata Tjuta & Uluru

Meet your group and guide in bright and early and hit the road for Australia’s legendary Outback. Stop at an Outback roadhouse for an optional breakfast (at your own expense), then it’s back on the road for the drive to Yulara, stopping off along the way for views of Mt Connor and various salt lakes. After lunch, jump back in the vehicle and travel into Uluru National Park. Grab a coffee and check out the Cultural Centre, then walk over to the main attraction – Uluru. Depending on how active you’re feeling, you can choose to do an optional ten-kilometre walk around the base of Uluru. No two angles of the sacred monolith are the same and its sheer size will leave you gobsmacked. If you’d rather do a shorter walk, follow the ‘Mala Walk’ signs for a stroll to the Kanju Waterhole. In the evening, watch a spectacular Uluru sunset while enjoying some tasty snacks. Once the sun has gone down, drive to tonight’s campsite for a hot shower and hearty dinner. Roll out your swag (protected bedroll) and get comfortable under the stars. (L,D)

Day 2: Uluru Sunrise to Kings Canyon

Enjoy a glorious sunrise with a walk around the base of Uluru. Deepen your understanding of the land and the Mala people during a cultural interpretive walk with your tour guide.There’s an opportunity to purchase Aboriginal arts and crafts at the Cultural Centre before travelling to our exclusive campsite in Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon). Tonight again sleep in a swag (Aussie bedroll) under millions of outback stars. (B,L,D)

Day 3: Kings Canyon to Alice Springs

After breakfast, we drive to Kings Canyon for a guided 6km Canyon Rim Walk in one of the most spectacular areas of the outback. Visit the natural Amphitheatre and discover the Lost City, North and South Walls, and the exotic Garden of Eden along the way.The photo opportunities are endless in Kings Canyon so be sure to bring your camera. At the end of the trek it’s time to refuel with a bite to eat before making the journey back to the remote centre of Alice Springs. (B,L)

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Availability & Bookings

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BRING:

Travel voucher, 3 litres of water, sleeping bag (can be hired for $35/person), strong non-slip walking shoes, hat (wide brimmed is best), fly net, sunglasses, sunscreen, toiletries, torch (flash light), swim wear(warmer months), towel, camera, casual and comfortable clothing (cool, light clothing is best in summer and warm clothing for winter), travel pillow, a small overnight bag (please leave your luggage at your Alice Springs accommodation due to space limitations on the mini-bus).

INCLUDED:

Meals as indicated,  2 nights swag camping (A swag in an Australian invention. It’s a bed roll with a thinner mattress and a canvas cover. You hop inside with your sleeping bag then zip yourself up, only allowing enough space to view the amazing stars above you) and national park entry fee.

Tour Notes

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.

Itineraries may vary and/or attractions be substituted for any cause including seasonal conditions, weather extremes, and traditional owner/national park requirements.

Travel Insurance is compulsory for all travellers on all tours and details must be presented to your tour guide before departure. It is your responsibility to advise us if you have any special dietary requirements, allergies, or medical conditions well ahead of departure. From October to March it is likely that you will experience temperatures of over 35 degrees Celsius, and sometimes well into the 40s. Be prepared to endure extra physical stress due to the heat at these times, especially while on walks. These extreme temperatures can also place stress on the air-conditioning units within our vehicles, which can make travelling uncomfortable. Your tour guide will assist with regular breaks and information to assist keeping hydrated. In July and August, very cold temperatures can be experienced in the outback, especially overnight. Please come prepared for all extremes.

Please review our Terms and Conditions of Travel documentation for more information.