Central Australia Destinations
Mulgas Adventure Uluru camping 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.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Uluru is an unmistakeable symbol of the Australian outback and is one of the top Central Australian destinations for travellers and backpackers.
Kata Tjuta (also known as The Olgas) is a group of 36 domed rock formations not far from Uluru, in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Kings Canyon is a huge 270m high sandstone canyon in the Wattarka National Park, about 450km from Alice Springs.
Mataranka Hot Springs are a set of natural thermal pools in the Elsey National Park, about 420 kilometres South East of Darwin, Australia.
Devils Marbles is a site of unforgettable natural beauty, containing piles of gigantic granite boulders perched atop one another.
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.
With an official population of 9, Daly Waters is a ‘must do’ stop enroute Darwin to Alice Springs. This small town is home to one of the most iconic outback pubs in Australia.