4 Day Uluru Tour

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    Watch the ever-changing colours of Uluru at sunset | Sydney to Uluru

    Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of the world's great natural wonders

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    Wander along the rim of the stunning King's Canyon

    Explore the deep crevices of Kings Canyon

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    Explore the wilderness of Kata Tjuta
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    A 4WD is the perfect way to get around the dusty roads and tracks

    Look forward to off-roading in a 4WD vehicle

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    Stay in the iconic outback town of Alice Springs

    Stay in the iconic outback town of Alice Springs

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    Learn about ancient Aboriginal history and tradition

    Learn about ancient Aboriginal history and tradition

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    Stretch your legs on a Kings Creek walk

    Stretch your legs on a Kings Creek walk

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    Spend the day in the Macdonnell Ranges and Ormiston Gorge

    Spend the day in the Macdonnell Ranges and Ormiston Gorge

Group Tours

Duration(in days): 4

From: Alice Springs or Uluru

To: Alice Springs



Exc. International flights (per person, based on 2 sharing)

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    Taking you from Alice Springs to Uluru, this 4 day circular group tour introduces you to all the highlights of Australia’s spectacular Red Centre. Discover striking landscapes, ancient aboriginal culture and visit Australia’s most renowned landmark, Uluru. Visit Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon by 4WD vehicle with knowledgeable local guides - off-roading is truly the best way to explore this region and with all transport taken care of you can make the most of all the Red Centre has to offer.

    You can choose to sleep in permanent tents with real beds or perhaps experience sleeping in a ‘swag’ under the light of the stars! Look forward to spectacular sunset and sunrise over Uluru, wandering through the crevices of Kings Canyon and off-roading in your 4WD vehicle. Get involved with hiking, swimming and nature spotting while getting the true outback experience!

    If you would prefer an accommodated trip (no camping) or a self-drive experience, please speak to one of our consultants to tailor your perfect trip.



    • See a majestic sunrise and sunset over Uluru
    • Hike through the Valley of the Winds
    • Explore the crevices of Kings Canyon
    • Go off road driving through the West MacDonnell Ranges


    Itinerary in brief:

    • 1 night Uluru
    • 1 night Kings Canyon
    • 1 night Macdonnell Ranges


    Day 1: Arrive Alice Springs/Uluru (Ayers Rock)

    An early start today as you head straight to the magnificent icon that is Uluru. Optional extras en route can include a camel ride or the opportunity to buy Aboriginal paintings as a unique keepsake for your time here. After lunch you will arrive into Ayers Rock and meet with the rest of the group, it is also possible to join the tour at this point if this works better for your flights. We head to the Red Centre’s indigenous interpretive cultural centre where we have a chance to learn about the cultural, ecological, historical and geological significance of this very special national park.

    With the anticipation and excitement growing we make a short drive towards the base of Uluru as we begin to comprehend the sheer size and magnificence of the giant monolith, getting up close and personal to explore further.  Walking to Mutitjulu waterhole we discover sacred rock art sites in family caves and hear the creation stories of Kuniya and Liru as we continue our base walk towards Kuniya Piti.  From here we drive around sacred sites towards Kantju Gorge where we envisage the highest waterfall in Central Australia, (truly a spectacle to behold, even more so when raining) an elder’s cave and the world’s oldest pantry. 

    After exploring the world’s most impressive rock up close and personal, we retreat for panoramic views to witness one of the most incredible sunsets on the planet, all whilst having dinner cooked for you, to feed those hungry eyes and allow you to get to know your fellow travellers.

    Day 2: Uluru to Kings Canyon

    Another early start today as you watch the spectacular sunrise in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. You thought Uluru was special and just when you think it couldn’t get any more majestic, we approach the stunning silhouette of Kata Tjuta.  Here we set off on a hike through the Valley of the Winds or Walpa Gorge marvelling at the mighty conglomerate rock formations. After exploring Kata Tjuta, we make our way towards Kings Canyon region just in time to experience a glorious outback sunset followed by a hearty meal around the campfire.

    Day 3: Kings Canyon to MacDonnell Ranges

    We head off early to explore the mighty Kings Canyon (Watarrka) venturing into the ancient landscape and sacred grounds of the Ulpanyali and Lilla people. Arriving at the jewel in the crown at the centre of Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon) we find ourselves surrounded by towering 100 metre cliff faces, views of sandstone chasms and jaw dropping backdrops that will make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck. Grab your water, hat and sturdy shoes as we set off on foot to explore (the most seasonally applicable part of) the canyon in more detail.

    Rest up in the bus as we head back up north, passing through Alice Springs and heading out towards the West MacDonnell Ranges for an evening of stargazing at our bush camp.

    Day 4: MacDonnell Ranges to Alice Springs

    Known traditionally as Angkerle Atwatye, meaning “Gap of Water”, Standley Chasm is a 3-metre-wide, 80-metre-high gorge amongst the West MacDonnell Ranges. At dawn we hope to spot the native wildlife as we enjoy breakfast and look forward to the day ahead. Tracking west you are welcome to enjoy a dip in Ellery Creek Bighole, known traditionally as Udepata, surrounded by tall red cliffs and sandy Ellery Creek.

    Onwards to where massive geological forces created the towering red walls of Ormiston Gorge. Spend time here admiring nature and its finest before we begin our leisurely journey back towards Alice Springs, with our final stop at another amazing feature of the Tjoritja West MacDonnell region, Simpsons Gap, where several dreaming trails and stories cross. Featuring a permanent waterhole this is also a great place to spot resident wildlife.

    Now we’ve had our fix of the best of central Australia’s natural icons, we deliver you back to Alice Springs.


    Autumn is the best time to visit the Red Centre (March to May) with warm and sunny days without getting to the high temperatures typical within the summer months (Dec-Feb). January is the wettest month typically and the coolest time is during winter from June to August.

    There is a small National Park Fee payable locally – ask your consultant for details.

    This itinerary is purely a suggestion, and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you

    What's included
    • All transport
    • All touring
    • Meals as part of the tour
    Not included
    • International flights
    • Any meals not mentioned
    • Personal expenses
    • Tips and gratuities