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   > 4 Day Red Centre Highlights package $1570/Couple - All Incl

Uluru,Kings Canyon, West MacDonnell.
If you have 4 days to see the best Central Australia has to offer-"This is the Tour for You" Includes Motel accommodation for 4 nights!

This package is for people who want to see the best of the Red Centre of Australia without having to camp.

Tour includes:

3 nights Accommodation at Alice Motor Inn (Deluxe Double/Twin Room)
1 night Double Room at Outback Pioneer in Yulara on the 2 day tour.
2 Light Breakfasts, 1 Lunch and 1 BBQ Dinner, snack pack.
Air conditioned Coaches/Bus
Park Entrance Fees

Tour Itinerary
Day 1
Pick up from outside your Alice Springs accommodation at 7.45am
West MacDonnell Ranges and Gorges Full Day Tour
Spectacular Outback Scenery and photo opportunities as we travel along the magnificent West MacDonnell Ranges, stopping at historic sites, enjoy beautiful walks at Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm (for morning tea), the Ochre Pits, and Ormiston Gorge for lunch and walk or swim. Next stop is Glen Helen, then on our way back we visit Ellery Creek Bighole (for afternoon tea). Ellery Creek Bighole is one of Central Australia's most pristine waterholes, so don't forget your swimmers in the warmer months! You will see these Mighty Ranges "light up" in brilliant oranges and reds on the return trip to Alice Springs at Sunset. Deluxe room at Alice Motor Inn
Day 1 - Operated By Emu Run

Our Professional Tour guides will show you the real Outback they love and enjoy so much.

We collect you from outside your Alice Springs accommodation approx. 6.00am, a light pack breakfast is provided on-board our comfortable air conditioned coach then off to our first stop 2 hours from Alice Springs at Erldunda Roadhouse with Aboriginal art display.

We arrive at Yulara approx 11.45am, after a quick stop, a pack lunch is provided while we drive to the World Heritage listed Uluru/Kata-Tjuta National Park.


We travel to Kata Kjuta/Olgas for the first walk of the day into Walpa Gorge, embrace the domes of Kata-Kjuta on your 45mins walk while taking in the views of the open plains on your return walk.

Aboriginal Cultural Centre

We then head back to Uluru national park and visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre, at the centre you will have time to learn about the local Pitjantjatjara people and buy some souvenirs. The Cultural centre was built with 90,000 mud bricks with the help of the local Anangu people.

Uluru Mala Walk

We head to the base of Uluru/Ayers Rock next to the entrance to the climb, from here one of the two guides will take you on the Mala guided walk the first walk is the Mala walk next to the Uluru climb entrance, The mala walk follows the north-west side of Uluru. There are many fine examples of Anangu rock art along this walk, and you can experience the sheer vertical walls, the guide will tell stories for the Anangu dreatime.

Mutitjulu WaterHole

We drive from the front of Uluru around to Kuniya carpark(back of Uluru) from here we start our second guided walk to the Mutitjula waterhole, the guide will take you short track to Mutitjulu waterhole, home of a wanampi, an ancestral watersnake. The guide will explain about some of the local tradition and how the Anangu people would use the waterhole for hunting. The caves containing rock art were used in the past by Anangu still alive today.

The Sunset BBQ

From here we head to the one of the best highlights of the day, The Uluru sunset with an Aussie BBQ, watch the majestic Uluru change colour with a glass of bubbly and good Aussie tucker(food).

After Sunset we will drop you to the Outback Pioneer Lodge where you will stay overnight. Accommodation is included in the package in a 4 share dormitory. Private upgrade is optional.

Day 2 - Operated by AAT Kings

Today you’ll rise before the birds to travel to Kings Creek Station. Although it’s some time before sunrise, you may be lucky enough to see the outback coming to life. Keep an eye out for the local wildlife as they wake for the day – dromedary camels, kangaroos, brumbies and dingoes.

Outback Life at Kings Creek Station - Cooked Breakfast @ Kings Creek Station

After a little under 2 hours on the road, you’ll arrive at the enormous site of Kings Creek Station. Enjoy a cooked breakfast at the station café.
Established in 1981, the station is a working cattle and camel station that covers an expanse of 1,800 square kilometres. You can take some time to explore station life and maybe even go on an optional camel ride led by the station hands. Or you can simply relax in the station café and treat yourself to a home cooked breakfast (own expense). Their coffee is said to be the best in the Outback!

Kings Canyon

It’s back on to the coach now for the 30 minute drive to the amazing Kings Canyon. On arrival you’ll realise that you’re experiencing something out of the ordinary. Located in the heart of Watarrka National Park, Kings Canyon is set among an incredible ancient Australian landscape that is sacred ground for the Ulpinyali and Lilla people.

Rim Walk

If you’re taking the six kilometre Rim Walk, you’re in for a memorable experience. You’ll climb up a 100 metre cliff face and walk around the rim of the canyon’s sandstone walls. This walk has some of the most impressive views looking out over the sandstone cliffs and down over the cliff faces.

The Garden of Eden

270 metres down into the chasm, between the sandstone cliffs you’ll arrive at a true oasis known as the Garden of Eden. Here, a natural spring waterhole surrounded by local and exotic plants and trees such as gums, bonsai looking trees and enormous prehistoric ferns all create a truly unique landscape.

Creek Bed Walk

If you’re interested in something a little more relaxing, the Creek Bed Walk is ideal. Take a little more time to enjoy your surroundings before setting off on your 2 kilometre stroll following the rocky creek bed that will lead you to views of the impressive canyon rim.

Uluru is located in the 1,325-hectare Uluru - Kata-Tjuta National Park. The park is World-Heritage listed for the importance of its natural phenomena and its` cultural significance.

Scenic Return Journey Sit back and enjoy the amazing outback scenery as we head back to Ayers Rock Resort or Alice Springs . It’s still daylight, so there’s plenty to see along the way.
Departure information
West MacDonnell Ranges 7.45am
Uluru/Kings Canyon 5.55am

Alice Motor Inn reserves the right to alter the itinerary of any of the tours and arrange alternative carriers to those advertised if necessary. No refunds will be given in these circumstances or in the event of any delay, curtailment or alteration of a trip resulting from any cause including severe weather conditions or mechanical failure.
A minimum number of passengers is required to operate each tour. It may therefore be necessary to cancel a scheduled departure and to offer an alternative or full refund for that tour. Alice Lodge backpackers can’t guarantee pick up or drop off times and are not liable for passenger failure to connect with other services. We accept no responsibility for loss or damage to personal belongings or baggage.

Alice Motor Inn will charge the following fees in event of booking cancellations: 100% of fare - if Cancelled less than 48 hours prior to departure;
50% of fare -if Cancelled between 48 hours -7 days prior to departure
25% of fare – if Cancelled between 7 Days & 60 days prior to departure.
There is a $1 per $100 credit card levy when processing bookings.
Extra information about this Tour
What To Bring
Dress in the Northern Territory is casual and comfortable. Winter nights (May to August) can be cold, so bring warm clothing. Days are sunny and warm. Remember to bring strong, non-slip walking shoes, hats, sunglasses, camera, water bottle & sunscreen.

$1570/Couple - Saving of $100/couple
$960 Single person price . Saving of $50.
-No more to pay.
Prices Valid until 31 March 2015.



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