How To Get From Darwin To Uluru
Planning how to get from Darwin to Uluru whilst seeing loads along the way? The Northern Territory is a big place with lots to see, so you’ll want to travel smart and pack in as much as you can to your trip.
How to get from Darwin to Alice Springs
There’s a lot to see along the way from Darwin to Alice Springs. If you’re travelling on a backpacker budget then catching the Darwin to Alice Springs Express is a sure fire way to see lots more of what the NT has to offer whilst making your way from Darwin to Alice Springs for even more Northern Territory adventure tours.
Northern Territory Adventure Tours
- 3 Day Rock Trip – Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon
- Rock to Rock tour – 4 day Uluru Tour
- Alice Springs to Uluru to Darwin tour
Things to see on the way from Darwin to Alice Springs
On the journey from Darwin to Alice Springs, you can stop off at a number of amazing things to see in the Northern Territory.
Visiting the Nitmiluk National Park will bring you to the gorgeous Edith Falls. Also known as Leliyin, Edith Falls are a series of waterfalls and a large swimming hole where you can cool off from the humid heat of the NT.
How to get to Elsey National Park
As you head southeast from Darwin, you’ll come to the Elsey National Park. This is where you can visit the Mataranka Thermal Springs. A set of natural thermal springs in the main pool, Rainbow Springs, water maintains a 34 C temperature making it delightful and soothing to slip in for a dip to break up the journey. The best time to visit Mataranka Springs is from May to September.
How to get to Karlu Karlu
The Devils Marbles – also known as Karlu Karlu, are a sight to behold on your way from Darwin to Alice Springs. Gigantic piles of granite boulders litter the landscape 393 km north of Alice Springs.
Book an Uluru tour from Alice Springs
Once you get to Alice Springs, you’ll, of course, want to book an Uluru tour and let the adventures start all over again!