The UNESCO World Heritage site of Uluru is an unmistakeable symbol of the Australian outback and is one of the top destinations for travellers to Australia. Standing 348 metres tall, Uluru is surrounded by waterholes, springs, caves and fascinating rock formations as well as ancient aboriginal rock paintings.Read More
Read more about Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Mataranka Hot springs, Devils Marbles, Edith Falls and Kings Canyon! Mulgas Adventure tours can take you to some of the most spectacular parts of the central Australian outback. Visit the places you've always wanted to see.
Mataranka Hotsprings are a set of natural thermal pools in the Elsey National Park, about 420 kilometres SouthEast of Darwin, Australia. In the main thermal pool, Rainbow Springs, water flows at a constant 34ºC and is beautiful and clear.Read More
Edith Falls (also known as Leliyin) is a series of waterfalls and a large swimming hole, located in the Nitmiluk National Park about 30 kilometres from Katherine in the Northern Territory, Australia.Read More
Ormiston Gorge is one of the must see spots in the Central Australia. Located 135km west of Alice Springs, it offers visitors all the spectacular geology and landforms of the MacDonnell Ranges. The rugged scenery of the the Gorge is complemented by a near-permanent water hole, estimated to be up to 14 metres deep at its southern end.Read More
Glen Helen was formally a cattle station but is now a tourist resort that caters to visitors that want to truly immerse themselves in the West Macs. The permanent waterhole at Glen Helen Gorge is home to many species of animals, including a variety of water birds and fish.Read More
A must see for every visitor to Alice! In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Desert Park. Hundreds of species of plants and animals found across Central Australian deserts can be seen, smelt and heard.Read More
Mt Sonder is located at the western end of the MacDonnell Ranges. It's also the end of a 223km hiking trail called the Larapinta Trail which starts in Alice Springs. For the determined walker who reaches the top of Mt Sonder, 1380 metres above sea level, the reward is an awe-inspiring view over the West MacDonnell Ranges and the surrounding plains.Read More