Darwin to Alice Springs via Uluru – The Red Centre Route
Explore Australia’s Red Centre from Darwin to Alice Springs via Uluru… It’s no secret that Australia has some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet, from dense rainforests to arid deserts, paradise islands, white sands, turquoise seas and even mountains – you can literally see it all! However, we know that that’s more easily said than done due to the sheer volume of the continent island.
Darwin to Alice via Uluru – The Ultimate Outback Camping Tour
Prioritise what you want to see whilst touring Australia
You need to prioritise what you want to see whilst touring Australia, but of course no trip downunder is complete without a visit to it’s most famous landmark – Uluru. Uluru tours vary in time and activities. And for those looking to gain ground whilst seeing the sights of the Northern Territory, hopping on a Uluru tour from Darwin down to Alice Springs is a great way to travel and explore at the same time.
Combine your Darwin to Alice Springs Tour
Combining a 3-day Rock Trip with the Darwin to Alice Springs Express, this journey will take you from Mitchell Street in Darwin all the way to Kata Tjuta (also known as The Olgas), Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, and of course the otherworldly Uluru, ending up in Alice Springs.
Camp under the starry night sky
You’ll camp under the starry night sky of the Southern Hemisphere, and feast on traditional Aussie food including kangaroo and camel for an authentic outback experience.
Combining the 3-day Rock Trip with the Darwin to Alice Springs Express is a great way to stretch your traveling budget and see more of Australia. Prices start from $669 and depart every Wednesday from Mitchell Street in Darwin from May until the end of August. Just make sure you book your accommodation for when you arrive in Alice Springs. This journey is also available from Alice Springs to Darwin including all the hotspots mentioned above!