8 Day Adelaide to Uluru Tour


    Embark on a journey of discovery with us on our Adelaide to Uluru tour.

    Uncover the timeless beauty of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. Venture into the wilderness on an off-road adventure, exploring the surreal lunar landscapes of the famous Oodnadatta Track. Spend a night in a cozy dugout beneath the Earth’s surface in Coober Pedy and immerse yourself in nature with inspiring and rewarding hikes. Be enchanted by spiritual sites like Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon, connect with the local Indigenous culture, and experience a magical sunset over Uluru.

    Lie back in your swag and gaze at the billions of stars in the Milky Way. Plus, make a difference by participating in meaningful conservation work.

    Join us for a camping adventure, where participation is key! Help with meals and camp setup, and experience the great outdoors. We’ll be camping at a mix of national parks and campgrounds with basic toilet and shower facilities. Sleep under the stars in a single swag, made from sturdy canvas with a built-in mattress. Simply bring a sleeping bag and pillow.

    Connect with the heart of Australia on an Uluru to Adelaide tour. Explore the Red Centre on an 8-day camping adventure through the Outback. Discover the richness of Indigenous culture and the diversity of wilderness landscapes. Hike ancient gorges, visit Coober Pedy’s underground labyrinth, and witness the beauty of the Red Centre’s deserts, mountains, and sacred sites. Bond over magical sunsets and campfire tales with new friends.

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    Adelaide to Uluru Tour

    Adult( 13 - 99 ) $1995
    Child( 2 - 12 ) $1596
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      Day 1: Adelaide to Flinders Ranges (Thursday)

      Your eight-day outback adventure begins in Adelaide at 6 am, where your Storyteller Guide will greet you. After a caffeine stop at the coastal town of Port Wakefield, arrive in the Southern Flinders Ranges for a morning hike at Alligator Gorge. Located in Mount Remarkable National Park, this is the perfect way to start the tour.

      After lunch, have a quick stroll around Quorn, famous for the Pichi Richi Railway. Arrive at Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park and embark on a hike at Arkaroo Rock, a significant cultural site for the local Adnyamathanha people. See rock paintings featuring ochre and charcoal images that depict the Yura Muda (Dreaming or creation story) of Ikara (Wilpena Pound).

      This afternoon, experience a Welcome to Country in the Adnyamathanha people’s language at Wilpena Pound Resort. Feeling connected to Country and nature, arrive at Skytrek Willow Springs Station. This 70,000-acre working sheep station features secluded bush camping and is our base while we explore the Flinders Ranges.

      Eat a tasty dinner prepared by your Guide, then kick back and enjoy front-row seats to one of the most spectacular light shows on Earth. The Flinders Ranges is famed as having some of the Southern Hemisphere’s clearest skies. Roll out your swag under a blanket of stars twinkling over the ancient landscape.

      The driving distance today is approximately 510 km.


      Swag camping at Skytrek Willow Springs Station

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      Day 2: Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park (Friday)

      The fossils discovered in the Flinders Ranges are so old that geologists had to revise the geologic timeline of Earth’s history, identifying a new era called the Ediacaran period.

      After breakfast, we will experience more of this amazing park as we pull on our hiking boots for a morning hike through tall river red gums and past waterholes, culminating with breathtaking views over the surrounding wilderness.

      Regeneration is in our DNA, so today, we will meet with a Park Ranger to learn about conservation efforts within Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. We can also give back by participating in some meaningful conservation work. After lunch, we’ll take a magical scenic drive at Brachina Gorge.

      Quench your thirst with a well-deserved drink at an iconic country pub before returning to camp to relax and have dinner. Driving time today is approximately 3 hours.


      Swag camping at Skytrek Willow Springs Station

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      Day 3: Flinders Ranges to William Creek via the Oodnadatta Track* (Saturday)

      Today we are getting off the beaten path and travelling along a section of one of Australia’s most iconic unsealed roads, the iconic Oodnadatta Track. Drive through eerie and moonlike desert scenery as the landscape uncovers highlights like Lake Eyre (Australia’s largest salt lake) and the Mutonia Sculpture Park. Travel through Anna Creek Station, the world’s largest working cattle station. Covering an area of six million acres, it is equivalent to the size of Belgium!

      Come late afternoon, arrive in the tiny outback settlement of William Creek. In the middle of nowhere, on the way to somewhere, this quirky town with a population of ten is an icon of the South Australian Outback. After dinner, you might like to enjoy a cold drink in the heritage-listed William Creek Hotel, which opened in 1887. Then curl up in your swag under the stars in the campground.

      The total driving today is approximately 500 km.


      Swag camping at William Creek

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      Day 4: William Creek to Coober Pedy (Sunday)

      After breakfast, journey to the famous underground town of Coober Pedy. The opal capital of Australia features a sun-baked lunar landscape, fascinating history and a unique way of life. Have some free time to explore the town. Afterwards, visit Josephine’s Gallery & Kangaroo Orphanage. Established in 2008 to take in orphaned kangaroos from the far north of South Australia, it is about the size of Germany! The gallery here is a world-class Aboriginal Art Gallery with an extensive range of Aboriginal artefacts and significant works by many of Australia’s best-known Indigenous artists.

      After lunch, visit the town’s main attraction, Umoona Opal Mine & Museum. Go ‘noodling’ or fossicking and learn about these precious stones during an opal-cutting demonstration. Visit the Aboriginal Heritage site, The Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park, for mesmerising scenery of the Moon Plains. Stay in a unique underground bunkhouse tonight and have some free time to explore and grab dinner at one of the many underground eateries.

      Today, the driving distance is approximately 170 km.


      Umoona Opal Mine – underground bunk, multi-share

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      Day 5: Coober Pedy to Watarrka/Kings Canyon (Monday)

      From Coober Pedy, travel north, past the Dingo Fence and Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park. Then, crossing into the Northern Territory, travel onwards to Watarrka National Park, the site of Kings Canyon.

      After lunch, learn about the world’s oldest living culture on the Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Experience. During this one-hour tour, take a short walk before soaking up your host’s cultural knowledge on bush tucker, bush medicine, dot painting symbols, local crafts, and bush paintings.

      Come late afternoon, arrive at our campsite at the Kings Creek Station. Relax, soak up the serenity and, on warmer days, enjoy a swim in the pool. Have your camera ready for a stunning desert sunset from the sunset viewing platform before dinner at the Station restaurant eatery and settling in for the night.

      Today, we drive approximately 770 km.


      Swag camping at Kings Creek Station

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      Day 6: Watarrka/Kings Canyon to Uluru (Tuesday)

      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.

      After lunch, rest your legs on the drive to our final destination, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Late this afternoon, watch an unforgettable sunset over Uluru before retreating to camp for dinner. Then, roll out your swag upon the red Earth and under billions of stars after dinner at camp.

      Driving today is approximately 350 km.


      Swag camping at Ayers Rock Resort Campground

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      Day 7: Uluru (Wednesday)

      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 this natural wonder. At 348 metres high and some 550 million years old, feel a powerful presence the moment you set eyes on it. A guided 10 km 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.

      Afterwards, stop for lunch and visit the Cultural Centre to deepen your understanding of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. You can learn about Anangu culture and the park’s natural environment through exhibits and free presentations with Anangu and park rangers.

      This afternoon, return to camp for some free time. Relax by the pool or enjoy some of the activities at Ayers Rock Resort, such as a didgeridoo performance, a guided garden walk or discovering artefacts at the museum. Enjoy a tasty dinner at camp tonight.

      Today we only drive around 60 km. You may walk up to 10 km today if you do the full Uluru base-walk. However, shorter Uluru walks are available.


      Swag camping at Ayers Rock Resort Campground

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      Day 8: Kata Tjuta to Yulara (Thursday)

      On the final day of the tour, an early start is rewarded with a spellbinding Kata Tjuta sunrise. Translating to the Pitjantjatjara word for ‘Many Heads’, the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta are a defining feature of the Red Centre landscape both topographically and spiritually.

      Rising 546 metres above the surrounding plain, its tip is the highest point for miles, while the site’s ridges and ravines are closely connected with numerous Indigenous creation-time stories. 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 on the Valley of the Winds guided walk.

      This three-hour circuit has unparalleled views of the otherworldly landscape surrounding Kata Tjuta.

      Your outback adventure ends in the late morning on our return to Yulara. For those departing from Uluru Airport, complimentary transfers are available from the resort. There are also bus transfers from Yulara to Alice Springs. See the Know Before You Go information below.

      The driving distance today is approximately 120 km.

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      Booking Info
      • Unearth the ancient Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park
      • Head off-road and see surreal lunar landscapes on the iconic Oodnadatta Track
      • Fall asleep in a dugout tucked beneath the Earth’s surface in Coober Pedy
      • Connect with nature on inspiring and rewarding hikes
      • Be mesmerised by spiritual sites like Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon
      • Connect with Country during authentic Indigenous cultural experiences
      • Watch a magical sunset over Uluru
      • Stargaze from your swag under the billions of stars of the Milky Way
      • Participate in some meaningful conservation work
      • 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 Uluru to Adelaide check out our 8 Day Uluru to Adelaide Tour
      Where will I sleep on tour?

      On the tour, you will sleep in a single swag, which is a traditional Australian bed roll made from sturdy canvas with a built-in mattress. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag and pillow to insert into the swag. If you prefer, you can upgrade to a deluxe double swag for $300, which features a high-density foam mattress and mesh windows for two. Camping will be at a mix of national parks and campgrounds with basic toilet and shower facilities. In case of rain, a shared 3-person dome tent option is available.

      Upgrade to a deluxe double swag for $300 (limited availability). Features a high-density foam mattress and mesh windows for two. In case of rain, we have a shared 3-person dome tent option.

      What happens if Oodnadatta Track is closed?

      The Oodnadatta Track is an unsealed dirt road, and the conditions of the track depend heavily on the weather. If the road is deemed unsafe to drive on, or there is a possibility that sections of the road will close after we have commenced driving on the track, our Guide reserves the right to alter the itinerary and take a different route. If, for safety reasons, the decision is made not to travel on the track, the itinerary for day three will be changed as follows;

      Port Augusta | Coober Pedy via Stuart Highway | Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage & Gallery | Coober Pedy township | Umoona Opal Mine & Museum | Overnight Coober Pedy.


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