Mulgas Uluru Travel Guide

Mulgas Uluru Travel Guide

Mulgas Uluru Travel Guide NT

Mulgas Adventures offer affordable camping trips into the Red Centre exploring stunning sites like Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Our Northern Territory experienced guides will take you on an unforgettable experience, hiking through these places and camping under the stars. Join in for this spectacular Mulgas Uluru travel guide to discover the Northern Territory.

The Tour Info

This Tour only operates on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays!!! Mulgas Adventure begins picking up passengers from their accommodation in the Ayers Rock Resort at 12.30 pm. Customers are welcome to arrive the day earlier and stay at the resort, or they can just fly directly to the airport on the day of the tour.  Or they can start from Alice Springs at 6 am.

Tour Options

Departing most days of the week, Mulgas Adventures has options to begin and finish tours in Alice Springs or the Ayers Rock Airport, plus an express tour between Alice Springs and Darwin. Mulgas Adventures is sure to be able to satisfy your travel needs. Go no further if you are thinking of a Northern Territory adventure. 

Day 1: Uluru

We’ll pick you up from the Ayers Rock Airport, then head to the Cultural Centre for lunch and an insight into the flora, fauna and local Aboriginal culture of the Red Centre. After lunch, you have the chance to walk around this amazing monolith. We then head off to watch the spectacular Uluru sunset while enjoying a glass of bubbly. Then we head to our camp to enjoy a delicious meal. Later, get into your swag for a perfect view of the outback stars.

Day 2: Uluru and Kata Tjuta

An early start to watch an Uluru sunrise, afterwards, we explore the many domes of Kata Tjuta as we hike through the Valley of the Winds. We then head back to the base of Uluru for a cultural walk with your guide. After lunch, we begin our drive to Kings Creek Station to camp for the night and enjoy a real outback BBQ dinner around the campfire.

Day 3: Kings Canyon

Today we take on the mighty Kings Canyon with a hike around the rim. It’s then back to Kings Creek Station where you have the option of riding on a camel, helicopter or quad bike (at own expense). We then head off to our private bush camp at Curtin Springs Station where you can enjoy sunset views of Mt Connor and your last night under the outback stars.

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