Whether you’re travelling Australia for the first or fifth time, there’s one pilgrimage all visitors to Oz must take, and that’s to the Red Centre.
Making sure you see all of Australia is near impossible, but plan your time and tours right and you can see the very best bits. It’s customary to spend a good deal of time being a beach bum whilst in Australia. After all, you’ve come Down Under to catch some rays, some waves, see a roo or two and cuddle a Koala, but there’s also some damn fine scenery to take in along the way.
If you’re travels to Australia have brought you to the deep south city of Adelaide, then you’ve probably cuddled a koala, spotted a few kangaroos, and now you’re ready to indulge your inner culture vulture.
Hop on board an Adelaide to Alice Springs Overland tour and you’ll be immersed in Australia’s great outback. From the Flinders Ranges, to the weird and wonderful underground town of Coober Pedy, right up to Australia’s crown jewel – Uluru, this adventure is certainly one that will inspire a few travelling tales for years to come.
A few treats to expect along the way…
- Wilpena Pound
- Anna Creek Station
- Coober Pedy Mine tour
- Josephine’s Gallery and Kangaroo Orphanage
- Dingo Fence
- Uluru & Kata Tjuta National Park Entrance
- Uluru Base Walk
- Uluru Cultural Centre
- Kata Tjuta
- Maruku Arts cultural experience
- Watarrka National Park Entry Fees
- Kings Canyon Rim Walk
Once you’ve slept under the stars of the Southern Hemisphere, made friends for life along the way, and taken in the vast scenery of Australia’s Red Centre it’s time to plan your next adventure…
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