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Red Centre

The spiritual heart of the Australian Outback, it is here that iconic symbols like Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) rise from the endless red sand dunes to stand as monuments to geological time and generations of indigenous belief.

Red Centre
Best Months March - October
Epic Suggests 3 Days
  • Uluru

    Both Uluru and Kata-Tjuta have been sacred to the local Anangu aborigines since time immemorial and figure prominently in their legends about the Dreaming, the time of Creation. These amazing formations were formed 300 million years ago by major geological upheavals and have been moulded by the desert winds ever since.

    aust-red-centre-uluruUluru is the largest monolith (single rock) on earth, standing 1,050 feet above the desert floor. Your first morning in this region simply must start with a sunrise viewing, complete with indigenous interpretation. Take a helicopter flight over the gigantic monolith and dine in the desert, under the stars, with Uluru as your backdrop.

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  • Kata-Tjuta

    Kata-Tjuta, which means 'many heads' in the Anangu language, is a spectacular group of 36 massive red rock outcrops separated by narrow valleys. Covering an area of 25 square miles, it is important and sacred under Anangu men's law.

    aust-red-centre-kata-tjutaHighly recommended is the Valley of the Winds walk amongst the domes. This walk is relatively easy allowing you to be totally surrounded by the towering red sandstone bluffs which are so distinctive of this massif. At welcome rest stops, the Karu and Karigana Lookouts provide spectacular panoramas.

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  • Kings Canyon

    If time allows, stay a few more days to further explore this remarkable region. Kings Canyon lies between Uluru and Alice Springs and is well worth the effort. The Rim Walk begins with a challenging 500-step climb.

    aust-red-centre-kings-canyonUpon reaching the summit marvel at the breathtaking views of Watarrka National Park and into the canyon itself before descending into the green oasis of the 'Garden of Eden'. The Rim Walk is a strenuous and exposed walk and should take around 3½ hours to complete. Kings Canyon is a 3 hour drive from Uluru.

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  • Alice Springs

    Alice Springs, or "The Alice" as the locals call it, is Australia's most famous outback town. A 1 hour flight from Uluru and a 3 ½ hour drive from Kings Canyon, it is a popular stop off in the Red Centre. The township is surrounded by the MacDonnell Ranges, a great base to explore surrounding regions. Alice Springs' desert lifestyle has inspired several unique events, such as the Alice Desert Festival Camel Cup.

    aust-red-centre-alice-springsA more serious attraction is the Alice Springs School of the Air, a primary aged correspondence school that utilises various communications technologies to have daily contact with students, home tutors and teachers.

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  • Sample Itinerary

    Day 1: Uluru (Ayers Rock)

    Sitting at the heart of the continent, Uluru and Kata-Tjuta define the physical and cultural landscape of Australia.

    Experience stunning 360° views of Uluru and Kata-Tjuta while enjoying sunset drinks and canapés. This evening you dine out on sumptuous outback fare and discover the wonders of the southern night sky.  Feast on three delicious courses complemented with the finest Australian wines at your outdoor dining venue under the stars.
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    Day 2: Uluru (Ayers Rock) / Kata-Tjuta

    Experience the changing colours of Uluru, Kata-Tjuta and the entire desert landscape at dawn. Take a guided walk around the base of Uluru, and witness the sites so sacred to the Traditional Owners.

    Enjoy a private scenic helicopter flight over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. From 1,000 feet you gain a completely different perspective of the vastness of the landscape and the harshness of the terrain in which the local Anangu people have lived for 40,000 years.
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    Day 3: Kata-Tjuta / Walpa Gorge / Kantju Gorge

    Head to Kata-Tjuta (also known as The Olgas) for a sensational desert sunrise. Continue to Walpa Gorge where the natural history of Kata-Tjuta is explained in great detail.

    This evening take a walk into Kantju Gorge to witness the gorge walls ablaze with the light of the setting sun. Respect is paid to local customs and the peace of Kantju Gorge remains paramount while you sip champagne and nibble on canapés.
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    Day 4: Uluru (Ayers Rock)

    Today you are transferred to the airport to connect with your onward flight.
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    Indicative Cost

    From AU$ 750 per person per day.

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  • 1/5 | Day 1: Uluru (Ayers Rock)
  • 2/5 | Day 2: Uluru (Ayers Rock) / Kata-Tjuta
  • 3/5 | Day 3: Kata-Tjuta / Walpa Gorge / Kantju Gorge
  • 4/5 | Day 4: Uluru (Ayers Rock)
  • 5/5 | Indicative Cost
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