Northern Territory Red Centre Discovery

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As the spiritual heart of Australia, Uluru and Kata Tjuta have a strong cultural history ingrained in each experience. Challenge yourself on
the Rim Walk to take in the views at Kings Canyon.

Includes

Includes
  • 1 NIGHT at DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs in a Guest Room with Mountain View ★★★★✩
  • 1 NIGHT at Kings Canyon Resort in a Deluxe Spa Room including breakfast ★★★✩
  • 1 NIGHT at Ayers Rock Resort staying at Voyages Sails in the Desert in a Superior Room ★★★★★
  • 3 DAYS AVIS car hire in a Hyundai Accent or similar with GPS+

 

Itinerary

Day 1: Alice Springs
Collect your car in Alice Springs and spend the rest of the day exploring this beautiful part of the Australian Outback. Why not visit the Old Telegraph Station, the Aviation Museum and the original Royal Flying Doctor Service. Overnight: Alice Springs

Day 2: Alice Springs to Kings Canyon (474 km)
Take the Stuart Highway (200 km) south to the Ayers Rock turn off. Turn west onto the Lasseter Highway.  Continue on Luritja Road to reach the Kings Canyon Resort for your overnight stay. Skirt the rim of the Canyon and hold your breath as you gaze 300 metres down to the valley floor. The soaring sandstone walls frame the Garden of Eden, a unique waterhole surrounded by palms and ferns. The best time to take the Rim Walk is early in the morning. Overnight: Kings Canyon

Day 3: Kings Canyon to Uluṟu (321 km)
Make an early start to complete the Rim Walk at Kings Canyon. Then travel via the Lasseter Highway to the spectacular region of Yulara. Now its time to see the worlds greatest monolith, Uluṟu (Ayers Rock) and also Kata Tjuṯa (The Olgas). On arrival check-in to your chosen hotel for an overnight stay. On your way to see sunset over Uluṟu, stop at the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa Cultural Centre to learn of the regions history and about the unique flora and fauna, how the earth created such remarkable landmarks and how the Aboriginal communities have lived and thrived there for thousands of years. What better way to finish the day at the famous sunset strip to see the sun setting over Uluṟu. Overnight: Ayers Rock Resort

Day 4: Uluṟu
Take some more time this morning to explore the region. You may wish to rise early to experience the beautiful sunrise over Uluṟu or take a walk into the majestic Olga Gorge.

Note: Drop your car off at the airport today by the same time as it was picked up on Day 1 to avoid any additional charges.

Travel Dates

29 Nov 2020 – 31 Mar 2021

Terms & Conditions

As the spiritual heart of Australia, Uluru and Kata Tjuta have a strong cultural history ingrained in each experience. Challenge yourself on
the Rim Walk to take in the views at Kings Canyon.

Includes
  • 1 NIGHT at DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs in a Guest Room with Mountain View ★★★★✩
  • 1 NIGHT at Kings Canyon Resort in a Deluxe Spa Room including breakfast ★★★✩
  • 1 NIGHT at Ayers Rock Resort staying at Voyages Sails in the Desert in a Superior Room ★★★★★
  • 3 DAYS AVIS car hire in a Hyundai Accent or similar with GPS+

 

Itinerary

Day 1: Alice Springs
Collect your car in Alice Springs and spend the rest of the day exploring this beautiful part of the Australian Outback. Why not visit the Old Telegraph Station, the Aviation Museum and the original Royal Flying Doctor Service. Overnight: Alice Springs

Day 2: Alice Springs to Kings Canyon (474 km)
Take the Stuart Highway (200 km) south to the Ayers Rock turn off. Turn west onto the Lasseter Highway.  Continue on Luritja Road to reach the Kings Canyon Resort for your overnight stay. Skirt the rim of the Canyon and hold your breath as you gaze 300 metres down to the valley floor. The soaring sandstone walls frame the Garden of Eden, a unique waterhole surrounded by palms and ferns. The best time to take the Rim Walk is early in the morning. Overnight: Kings Canyon

Day 3: Kings Canyon to Uluṟu (321 km)
Make an early start to complete the Rim Walk at Kings Canyon. Then travel via the Lasseter Highway to the spectacular region of Yulara. Now its time to see the worlds greatest monolith, Uluṟu (Ayers Rock) and also Kata Tjuṯa (The Olgas). On arrival check-in to your chosen hotel for an overnight stay. On your way to see sunset over Uluṟu, stop at the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa Cultural Centre to learn of the regions history and about the unique flora and fauna, how the earth created such remarkable landmarks and how the Aboriginal communities have lived and thrived there for thousands of years. What better way to finish the day at the famous sunset strip to see the sun setting over Uluṟu. Overnight: Ayers Rock Resort

Day 4: Uluṟu
Take some more time this morning to explore the region. You may wish to rise early to experience the beautiful sunrise over Uluṟu or take a walk into the majestic Olga Gorge.

Note: Drop your car off at the airport today by the same time as it was picked up on Day 1 to avoid any additional charges.

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