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Ayers Rock / Uluru
After the invention of political correctness in the 1990s
word got out in the media around the world that it greatly upset the local
Aboriginal owners if people took souvenir rocks from this place, leading
to people all around the world sending heavy parcels returning their souvenir
rocks and filling the Uluru National Parks office.
Unless you are planning on some very long distance driving
you will have to fly to Uluru.
Cheap flights are readily available on the internet now as competition around Australia is tough, try the sites below or see more cheap flights to Ayers Rock / Uluru here.
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Shuttle bus from Alice Springs. You will travel from Alice Springs via the rugged West MacDonnell and James Ranges to Uluru (Ayers Rock). Stop en route at the Outback Camel Farm where you can take the opportunity to ride a camel, known to many as the 'ships of the desert' (own expense). View and photograph the unusual flat-topped Atila (Mt Conner), a mesa formed during a period of great uplift, then left to the savages of aeons of erosion. En route your Driver/Guide will provide an informative and entertaining commentary on the natural and geological history of the region. More info and bookings...
7 Day Darwin to Alice Springs bus via Uluru - Departs from Darwin and travels via Ayers Rock (Uluru), , Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Kings Canyon, Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge, Litchfield National Park, Mary River Wetlands, Jim Jim Falls and Tennent Creek and arrives in Alice Springs. More info and reservations....
Central Australia is the perfect country to travel with
a camper van! Pick up a camper in Darwin or Adelaide and explore the outback
and the red centre at your leisure. Wide open roads, countless beautiful
spots to pull over and camp, the freedom to go where and when you want,
it is no wonder so many Aussies on retirement buy themselves a mobile
home and spend years going around the country.
Nothing beats finding your own camping spot in the wild, having a cold beer admiring a wildly coloured outback sunset and a dinner cooked on the campfire under the magnificent starry skies.
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See our page Campervan hire in Australia for more useful info and links on renting a camper or RV in Australia
The skies in Central Australia's desert are clear most of the year, and the absence of cities spreading their lights makes this the absolute perfect place to watch the stars of the southern hemisphere! More info....
Looking for tours to or around Uluru, the Olgas, Kings Canyon etc.? Check out the range of tours that you can book online through Viator.
Want to experience sacred sites known to the Aboriginal people, then dine under the stars of the Outback? This is a fantastic opportunity to explore unforgettable landscapes and feel the enchantment of the wilderness for yourself. Sit at your private dining setting in the middle of the desert and dine in the serenity of the Outback under a million stars, more info on this tour...