The Outback Of Australia With Mulgas Adventures

Discover the spirit of the Outback of Australia and all it has to offer with Mulgas Adventures.

The Red Rock, camel rides, camping under the stars and natural springs – if you want a unique experience of the Northern Territory, you can’t go wrong with Mulgas Adventures. With a range of tours, plus the option to book a private charter, you can explore this outback region of Australia extensively.

As the symbol of the outback, Mulgas Adventures pays a focus to Uluru with three and four-day tours, both of which begin and end in different locations to suit your plans, and run all year round. The 3 Day Rock Trip kicks off in Alice Springs with visits to Uluru, Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Kings Canyon, camping under the clear night sky, and even tasting kangaroo and camel meat in an authentic bush meal before your return back to Alice Springs to continue your travels. To top it off, on this tour, you even get to experience a ride on a camel’s back, all for just $370pp. If you want longer in the outback, you can opt for the Rock To Rock Tour at $395pp for four days. Seeing the highlights, enjoying classic outback food and camping with new friends, you can choose to depart and return from Ayers Rock Airport, Ayers Rock Resort, or Alice Springs.

If you’re looking to get to Alice Springs or Darwin quickly, while being able to see unique spots of the north, you can get to your destination in just two days with Mulgas Adventures Express Tours. Only available between March and October due to the extremely hot summers, you spend a night at the famous Daly Waters pub, and even visit the Devils Marbles, Mataranka Thermal Springs and Edith Falls, at $259pp.

How about combining the two? As well as a tour of Uluru and the surrounding area, you can start from Darwin and end in Alice Springs and vice versa with the package tours. Not only do they save you money
at $589pp, you really get to discover the true treasures of the outback across five days, including Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, Mataranka Hot Springs, Devils Marbles and Edith Falls, with travel to your final destination. Rather than simply going from A to B, this is a great opportunity to see the Northern Territory of Australia from March to October.