8 Day Uluru to Adelaide tour

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    Embark on a Journey Through Australia’s Heartland with the Uluru to Adelaide Tour

    Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable eight-day adventure through the heart of Australia? The South Australia to Northern Territory tour offers a journey through the untamed outback, taking you from the spiritual heart of the country, the Red Centre, to the Southern Ocean.

    Experience Australia’s rich Indigenous culture, witness stunning desert landscapes, and marvel at the otherworldly rock formations. Immerse yourself in the outback with stays in underground dugouts, opal mining, and traversing vast cattle stations.

    Take a walk on the wild side, hike through the ancient Flinders Ranges, and traverse iconic outback tracks. The days will be filled with unforgettable adventures and the evenings will be spent with magical outback sunsets, campfire conversations, and stargazing at the southern constellations.

    This tour is an incredible journey through some of the most breathtaking landscapes and unique destinations in Australia. Starting at the iconic Uluru, you can experience the cultural significance of the area and marvel at the natural beauty of the red rock formations. From there, the tour takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Outback, including the Flinders Ranges. Along the way, visitors can enjoy the unique flora and fauna of the region, as well as immerse themselves in the rich history and culture of the indigenous communities. The Uluru to Adelaide Tour is a truly unforgettable adventure that will leave visitors with memories to last a lifetime

    Don’t miss this chance to deepen your connection to Country and unleash your inner adventurer. Book your Uluru to Adelaide tour today!


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    Uluru to Adelaide Adventure Tour

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      Day 1: Yulara and Uluru Sunset

      Your eight-day adventure begins at 2 pm, where you’ll 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.

      • For those passengers who wish to book a bus transfer from Alice Springs to Yulara, please see the Important Notes.

      Accommodation: Swag camping at Ayers Rock Resort Campground

      Meals Included: Dinner

      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, participate in a fun and inspiring dot painting workshop with a talented local Anangu
      artist and interpreter. During this wonderful 1.5-hour authentic experience, you will learn about
      ancient symbols used in Anangu art and teachings and will be taught some introductory
      Pitjantjatjara words (the local language spoken by Anangu). Use this knowledge to create your own
      artwork to take home and treasure forever.
      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 basewalk. However, shorter Uluru walks are available.

      Accommodation: Swag camping at Ayers Rock Resort Campground
      Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch

      Day 3: Yulara to Kings Canyon / Watarrka

      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.
      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
      Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch

      Day 4: Kings Canyon to Coober Pedy

      It’s an early start this morning for the spellbinding Kings Canyon Rim Walk, which is guaranteed to be one of the most magical experiences of your life. With its 300-metre-high sandstone walls, hidden waterholes, fern forests, chasms, canyons and caverns, Watarrka National Park is central Australia’s answer to an oasis. Take in the 360-degree views and journey through Priscilla’s Crack, made famous by the classic Australian movie Priscilla Queen of the Desert. From there, see the sandstone domes known as the Lost City and the lush greenery and watering hole of the aptly named Garden of Eden.

      Rest your legs and settle in for a long drive today as we travel across the Northern Territory and South Australian border. There are plenty of stops along the way before we arrive in Coober Pedy, ‘The Opal Capital of the World’. Due to scorching temperatures, most of the town is underground, with residents living in cave-like houses carved into the hillsides. Tonight, you will stay in a unique underground bunkhouse and have some free time to explore and grab dinner at one of the many eateries. It’s big numbers today, covering approximately 760km.

      Accommodation: Umoona Opal Mine – underground bunk, multi-share

      Meals Included – Breakfast,

      Day 5: Coober Pedy to William Creek

      After breakfast, visit the Umoona Opal Mine and Museum. Here you will learn about Aboriginal and European settlement, see how the early miners lived, and try your hand at ‘noodling’ for opals. Next, spend time with some rescued joeys at Josephine’s Gallery and Kangaroo Orphanage. Established in 2008 to take in orphaned kangaroos from the far north of South Australia, it is about the size of Germany! It just so happens the gallery here is a world-class Aboriginal Art Gallery with an extensive range of Aboriginal artifacts and significant works by many of Australia’s best-known Indigenous artists.

      Next, travel into areas seldom seen by most tourists as we leave the sealed roads of the Stuart Highway behind us and travel on unsealed roads to one of the remotest towns in the world, William Creek. On the way, travel through the largest cattle station in the world, Anna Creek. Gaze out at the endless horizons as we pass by the lake with the longest name in the world, Lake Cadibarrawirracanna. Arriving in town, set up camp and have a hearty counter meal at the heritage-listed William Creek Hotel. Fall asleep as you count shooting stars snuggled up in your swag. Today we travel approximately 170km.

      Accommodation: Swag camping at William Creek
      Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

      Day 6: William Creek to Flinders Ranges via the Oodnadatta Track

      Today, continue off the beaten path and travelling along a section of one of Australia’s most iconic unsealed roads, the Oodnadatta Track. Drive through eerie lunar-like landscapes and, along the way, uncover highlights such as the mind-bending Mutonia Sculpture Park and Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest salt lake. Grab lunch at one of the quirky outback towns along the way before we arrive at Skytrek Willow Springs Station in the magnificent Flinders Ranges. This 70,000-acre working sheep station features secluded bush camping, walking trails, natural springs and Aboriginal rock etchings.

      The Flinders Ranges is famed as having some of the Southern Hemisphere’s clearest skies. So, for the next two nights, enjoy front-row seats to one of Earth’s most spectacular light shows. After a campfire dinner, roll out your swag under a sea of stars blanketing the ancient landscape and spend the evening marvelling at the Milky Way and countng constellations.

      Today we drive approximately 500km.

      Accommodation: Swag camping at Skytrek Willow Springs Station

      Meals Included- Breakfast and Dinner


      Day 7: Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park

      This morning, it’s time to unearth the magnificent Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. Experience the geological grandeur forged over more than 540 million years. Ancient gorges invite exploration, and beauty reveals itself at every turn. So, pull on your hiking boots for a hike through tall river red gums and pines, past waterholes and a historic ruined homestead, culminating with breathtaking views over the surrounding wilderness.

      Regeneration is at our core, so meet with a Park Ranger to learn about conservation efforts within Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. Then, give back by participating in meaningful conservation work, which will vary depending on the time of year.

      After a picnic lunch, take a beautiful scenic drive at Brachina Gorge, Finally, head back to camp to relax and have our final dinner together. The total driving distance today is approximately 160km.

      Accommodation: Swag camping at Skytrek Willow Springs Station

      Meals Included- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

      Day 8: Flinders Ranges to Adelaide

      After our final breakfast together, it’s time to roll up your swag one last time and set out on the Arkaroo Rock Trail, which has impressive views over the Chace Range. Arkaroo Rock is also a significant cultural site for the Adnyamathanha people. It has an incredible example of Adnyamathanha rock art depicting the Yura Muda (Dreaming or creation story) of Ikara.

      Enjoy a picnic lunch before travelling to Alligator Gorge in the Southern Flinders Ranges. Located in Mount Remarkable National Park, this is the perfect way to end the tour. Our last stint on the road will see us travel through the picturesque Clare Valley wine region before arriving in Adelaide at around 6 pm.

      Today we travel approximately 450km.

      Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch

      Booking Info
      • Experience the wonder of Uluru
      • Learn from First Nations people during cultural experiences
      • Be mesmerized by otherworldly landscapes like Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon
      • Witness unforgettable sunsets and sunrises in the Red Centre
      • Traverse the iconic Oodnadatta Track
      • Sleep in a dugout in Coober Pedy
      • Discover the ancient Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park
      • Immerse yourself in nature with hikes
      • Participate in conservation volunteering in the Flinders Ranges
      • Weather conditions in the Australian outback can change quickly and dramatically. Our experienced guides will always put the safety of our passengers first and stay abreast of weather conditions.
      • Itinerary changes may occur to ensure we provide the best possible experience. For example, in the hot summer months, from December to March, we may change the times of hikes to earlier in the day. Any itinerary changes will be communicated to the group in advance.
      • Please advise of any special dietary requirements when you book. We offer plenty of variety and do our best to provide fresh products. Snacks, soft drinks and alcohol are not included.
      • To get the most from this adventure, you need to enjoy the outdoors, hike, and be able to cope with extreme weather conditions.
      • A 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
      • For travel from Adelaide to Uluru check out our 8 Day Adelaide to Uluru Tour
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