The gateway to the famous Red Centre. Alice Springs is where you’ll start your journey into the awe inspiring desert area of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kings Canyon. From here you can take a range of trips varying in length and content. Located at the base of the Macdonnel Ranges there’s plenty of impressive landscape to be seen from the most famous outback town in Australia.
A spirited desert town home to a thriving indigenous community and spectacular displays of historical and cultural aboriginal art. Take advantage of the unique opportunity to make a purchase from one of their galleries and learn about the locals traditions.
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of Australia’s most recognised landmarks.
The sandstone masterpiece stands at 348m tall with a circumference of 9.4kms.
Rich in indigenous culture, Uluru has a number of markings, caves and rock piles that tell the stories of the local tribes and their spiritual beliefs; learn more about their great significance at the cultural centre and hear about Aboriginal traditions associated with the rock.
Sunrise and Sunset at the iconic and sacred Uluru is something not to be missed, witness the stunning change of colours at the heart of the Red Centre.
Kings Canyon is one of the gems of the Red Centre. Venture to the top for the Kings Canyon Rim Walk to take in the breathtaking scenery and gorge below or for a less challenging option Kings Creek Walk takes you across the base of the canyon through lush greenery with views of the ancient 100 meter high red rock walls above.
The canyon frames a jaw dropping landscape home to over 600 species of plants and animals.
Discover the Lost City, sandstone domes formed by weathered rock, and cool down in the Garden of Eden, a natural spring waterhole surrounded by exotic trees and plants.
Take a guided tour to learn about the significance of the area to the Aboriginal culture and discover the beauty of this natural wonder.
Also known as The Olgas, Kata Tjuta is a group of 36 large red sandstone domes spread over an area of more than 20 kilometers.
The ancient rocks are believed to be around 500 million years old and are deeply sacred to the Aboriginal people. Learn fascinating information about the culture, history and nature of the unique landscape at the cultural centre and on a guided tour through the Red Centre.
Venture through the Valley of Winds, a bush walk that takes you between the domes and stops at spectacular viewing platforms along the way so you can take in the beauty surrounding you.
At the rising and setting of the sun you will be captivated by the changing scenery of this rock formation, as they glow and deepen in colour.