13 Day Uluru to Melbourne Tour Package

    Embark on the ultimate Australian adventure, from the iconic Uluru to the vibrant city of Melbourne, and discover the heart of this extraordinary land

    Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Our Uluru to Melbourne Tour Package, operated by Real Aussie Adventures, is tailor-made for travelers aged 18-35 looking to explore the very best of Australia. Here’s why this tour is perfect for you:

    Iconic Australian Destinations: Immerse yourself in the unique beauty of Australia. From the awe-inspiring Uluru, Kata Tjuta, and Kings Canyon in the Red Centre to the quirky underground town of Coober Pedy and the stunning landscapes of the Barossa Valley, this tour offers a diverse range of Australian experiences.

    Knowledgeable Guides: With expert Storyteller Guides, you’ll gain deep insights into the history, culture, and indigenous heritage of the regions you visit. Learn about the Dreaming stories, Indigenous traditions, and the rich history of this vast land.

    Outdoor Adventures: If you’re an adrenaline junkie or nature lover, this tour is your playground. Enjoy guided hikes and walks, including the famous Uluru Base Walk, Valley of the Winds, and many more. Experience the magic of a starry outback night as you sleep under the open sky in comfy swags.

    Wine Tasting in the Barossa Valley: Savor the flavors of Australia with a full day of wine tasting in the renowned Barossa Valley. Explore one of the world’s best wine regions, indulge in local produce, and learn about the art of winemaking.

    Scenic Drives: The journey is as important as the destinations. Travel along the Great Ocean Road, one of Australia’s most picturesque coastal routes. Marvel at the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, and other natural wonders along the way.

    Cultural Experiences: Engage in cultural activities like didgeridoo performances and guided walks. You’ll get a chance to try your hand at ‘noodling’ for opals and learn about Aboriginal art.

    Unique Accommodations: Experience the charm of outback accommodations, including swag camping and a night in an underground bunkhouse in Coober Pedy.

    Sustainable Tourism: Our commitment to sustainable travel ensures minimal impact on the environment and supports local communities.

    New Friends: This tour is an excellent opportunity to meet like-minded travelers, make lifelong friends, and create unforgettable memories together.

    Flexibility: You have the freedom to customize your experience with optional add-ons and activities.

    Get ready to embark on a journey of discovery, adventure, and fun while experiencing the very best of Australia. Our Uluru to Melbourne Tour Package is perfect for young explorers looking to immerse themselves in this vast, beautiful, and culturally rich country.

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      Day 1: Ayers Rock / Uluru

      Your adventure begins at 2PM where you will meet your Storyteller Guide in front of the Desert Gardens Hotel.

      After a meet and greet, visit the Cultural Centre in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to soak up its mesmerising natural beauty and rich culture.

      Uluru and Kata Tjuta both hold great spiritual significance as they are places where many creation stories converge. Many of these stories are kept secret from outsiders, but you’ll learn a little about the local Anangu culture and appreciate the beauty of their land through exhibits and free presentations with Anangu and park rangers.

      After setting up camp this evening, head to a viewing platform to experience the famous changing colours of the magical Uluru at sunset.

      This is a great time to contemplate the vastness of the desert. Tonight, get to know your fellow travellers over our first campfire dinner and roll out your Aussie swag for the first time underneath a sky full of sparkling stars.

      Today we only drive around 60km.


      Swag camping at Ayers Rock Resort Campground



      Day 2: Uluru

      Rising early, breathe deep and soak up the serenity of a sunrise over Uluru.

      As the sunlight plays with the landscape, the rock formations change colour before your eyes.

      Next, it’s time to get close to Uluru, one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. At 348 metres high and some 550 million years old, feel a powerful presence the moment you set eyes on it.

      A guided 10km Uluru base walk is your best opportunity to connect with the rock and learn its stories.
      Relax beside tranquil waterholes, take a break under a magnificent Sheoak tree and peer into hidden caves.

      After lunch, return to camp for some free time.

      Relax by the pool or engage in some of the activities at Ayers Rock Resort, such as a didgeridoo performance, a guided garden walk or discovering artifacts at the museum.

      Enjoy a tasty dinner at camp tonight.

      Today we only drive around 50km. You may walk up to 10km today if you do the full Uluru base-walk. However, shorter Uluru walks are available.


      Swag camping at Ayers Rock Resort Campground


      Breakfast Lunch and Dinner

      Day 3: Kata Tjuta

      This morning, we depart Yulara and make our way towards Watarrka National Park and Kings Canyon.

      But first, it’s time for another untamed moment as Kata Tjuta materialises before you.

      Rising 546 metres above the ground, this sacred site is a defining feature of the Red Centre.

      Translating to the Pitjantjatjara word for ‘Many Heads’, the site’s ridges and ravines are closely connected with numerous Indigenous creation-time stories.

      Embark on the Valley of the Winds guided walk for a moment in nature you will never forget.

      A sanctuary for plants and animals, including wallabies and gorgeous wildflowers, we’ll wander along the narrow creek valley between two of Kata Tjuta’s largest domes.

      After a lunch stop, travel to Kings Creek, where we will enjoy the one-hour Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience.

      Learn about areas of importance for the Luritja and Pertame (Southern Arrernte) people as they share stories about bush tucker and art.

      This afternoon, arrive at our camp at Kings Creek Station and enjoy some chill time before dinner at your leisure.

      Today you will cover about 325kms.

      Accommodation Swag camping at Kings Creek Station


      Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 4:

      Stay oak: – canal cleanup / sustainable

      Green Lion – b2b projects

      Letz Live – school assistants – run specific trips around school break

      Zulu – business intern itinerary

      Dragon Trip –

      English for the Global Market – online English

      Email Darryl re send out to db – we are looking for staff

      Amsterdam- Plastic Whale boat cruise
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      Day 5
      Day 6
      Day 7
      What To Bring
      Booking Info
      • See some of the most iconic and special sites in Australia – Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon.
      • Visit one of Australia’s most ‘quirky’ towns, in Coober Pedy.
      • Experience the stunning scenes of Ikara-Flinders Ranges and National Park.
      • Enjoy some of the world’s best wine in the Barossa Valley.
      • Take a journey along the National Heritage Listed Great Ocean Road
      • 2L Refillable water bottle
      • Wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses & sunscreen
      • Swimwear, towel & toiletries
      • Comfortable sturdy hiking shoes (tread closed-toe shoes)
      • All-weather clothing (it can get to below zero degrees at night-time in the Red Centre & outback during the winter months)
      • 15kg soft bag & small day pack
      • Tropical strength insect repellent
      • Mosquito or fly net (summer months)
      • Flashlight, headlamp or torch, and camera
      • Money for snack and meals
      • Bring your own sleeping bag (or hire one) & pillow
      • Recharge power bank (limited access to power to charge phone or cameras
      • This package is a combination of independent travel and joining scheduled tour departures.
      • Some of the touring operators, as part of their COVID-Safe protocols, require all passengers to complete an online check-in, including a ‘Fit for Travel’ self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness. This is mandatory and must be completed at the latest 24 hours before departure.
      • Prior to arrival you will be provided with vouchers and information for each component of the package, providing pick up times and other details for the accommodation and tour/activity providers.
      • Different specialist guides will be used in each region of guided travel to ensure the greatest knowledge in each area.
      • During the shoulder season in Kakadu some waterfall areas may not be accessible and during this time we may need to substitute some locations with others.
      • Itineraries are subject to change due to seasonal, cultural and weather conditions. If an attraction cannot be visited due to closure your guide will arrange for another attraction to take its place.
      • Luggage should be kept to 15kg in a soft bag or backpack with an additional day pack.
      • This package is not suitable for children.
      • The safari tours in this package are participatory, and guests will help with the preparation and cooking of meals, dish-washing and other tasks which may include collecting firewood.
      • A minimum number of 6 passengers is required to operate the tour. It may therefore be necessary to cancel a scheduled departure and to offer an alternative or full refund for that tour if minimum numbers are not met. Real Aussie Adventures will always strive to find the best suitable alternative for your client on the rare occasion a cancellation occurs.
      • Please advise of any medical/dietary/allergy requirements at time of booking. Further information and documentation may be required.
      • Moderate fitness level is required, and you need to be prepared for walks between 3-12 kilometres on some days. This may involve rough ground and perhaps getting wet.

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