Darwin to Adelaide Bus Tours

Perth to Adelaide by Coach or Bus
Dolphins pristine beach and empty space.

Watch Australia’s landscape change drastically on this express journey. This trip will get you all the way from Darwin to Adelaide while taking some of Australia’s most iconic locations. Hop on an overnight bus from Darwin to Alice Springs where you can begin your outback Adventure. Explore Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon before heading south to Adelaide on an overnight bus.

Darwin to Adelaide Bus Tours options

Overnight Bus

The overnight Greyhound bus takes you from Darwin to Alice Springs. Then you can enjoy Alice Springs for two nights in dorm style accommodation. While at Alice Springs you can visit Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Kanyon. After that you will get an opportunity to enjoy the 3 day 2 nights Red Centre Tour for which you have to pay $25 as national park fees.

Darwin to Adelaide Bus Tours other option on the way

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

The Park’s main features include Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock), the 348 m high red monolith rising from the desert, and the dome-shaped rocks called Kata Tjuta (the Olgas).


Then hop the overnight Greyhound bus from Alice Springs to Adelaide. Meals as indicated in itinerary (3 lunches, 2 breakfasts and 2 dinners) will be provided.

You will get an opportunity to spend 2 nights in a dorm, 2 nights swag camping and 2 nights on an overnight bus.


Transport is provided on a mini bus or a bus while a guide is there on tours. The daily departure time is 11:40 am while arrival in Adelaide is on day 7 at 6:20 am approximately. The difficulty of the tour is medium.  

What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, walking shoes, insect repellent, water bottle, and swimming gear and the usual stuff.

Hot tip Add the 3 day 2 night Kakadu and Litchfield 4 Wheel Drive Tour to the start of this itinerary and save $50.

Travel Uluru


Uluru, Ayers Rocks, The Red Rock – whatever you choose to call it, you can’t deny its status as one of the most iconic symbols of Australia.

Uluru Rising from No where

Rising up from seemingly nowhere, Uluru is a sandstone rock formation standing 348m tall with a round base of 9.4km. Situated in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory.

Alice springs is the nearest town to Uluru

The nearest town to Uluru is Alice Springs, a quintessential outback town with few shops and accommodation options to cater to the visitors and few locals. Despite being situated in one of the most desolate areas in the country. The Northern Territory has remained a consistent tourist attraction for years. As a result, there are many tour companies and activities available around Uluru.

Walk to the top of Uluru no possible

While you can no longer walk to the top, you can travel around the base of Uluru. You can walk, cycle, quad biking or motorcycling. It’s also very popular to view its changing colours during sunrise and sunset. Or, if you want a different perspective, there are scenic flights available.

Getting to Uluru is easy.

It’s now easier than ever to get to Uluru; tour companies travel from the Northern Territory capital of Darwin, and you can fly into Alice Springs airport from Cairns in Queensland and Adelaide in South Australia. You can then take the Uluru Express shuttle service between Ayers Rock Resort, Uluru and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), another outstanding NT attraction.

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