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Wayoutback Desert Safaris - 7 Day Alice Springs to Darwin Adventure Tour (Rock to Top) SINGLE/CAMPING (WPO6S)
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7 Day Alice Springs to Darwin Adventure Tour (Rock to Top) SINGLE/CAMPING (WPO6S)

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Wayoutback Desert Safaris
The price quoted on the departure date for ''more than a day'' tours covers all days of the tour.

Seven days

Tuesday, Friday

Alice Springs, Darwin, Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk N P), Katherine, Mataranka

Departs from
Alice Springs and Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Departure/Pickup Instructions
Pick up from your accommodation in Alice Springs (6am) or Outback Pioneer (Uluru) at 1.10PM

Departure Time
05.00 AM (Alice Springs)

Returns/Ends At
5.30PM (Darwin)

Suitable for
Those wanting a genuine outdoor adventure with a reasonable amount of walking, swimming and hiking.

Day 1 (Lunch / Dinner)

Welcome to Day 1 of this Red Centre to Top End tour. You’re about to find out what it’s like to travel in the remote outback of Central Australia. Australian pioneers originally used camels for transport and cartage and you now have the opportunity to check out the view from atop a camel at the Outback Camel Farm at Stuarts Well (own expense). Shortly after we turn off the Stuart Highway we stop at Mount Ebenezer to check out the Aboriginal art and craft on display. The first monolith you will see is Mount Connor (Atila), an imposing mesa located on a flat salt pan – not to be confused with Uluru which is some 100km further along the track.

Travel to the Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park where your tour guide will take you on an interpretive base walk of Uluru and those choosing to climb will have the opportunity to do so, weather permitting. Note: Uluru is a sacred site and Anangu, the indigenous custodians, respectfully

ask visitors not to climb it. The Cultural Centre is impressive and well worth a visit before watching the ever changing colours of a mesmerising Uluru sunset. After dinner cooked over the open fire, some campfire stories with the tour group and star gazing at our private campsite, it’s time for a good night’s rest in preparation for another day of active Red Centre travel.

Outback Camel Farm
Mt Ebenezer Roadhouse
Mt Connor (Atila)
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Day 2 (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

Wake early to experience a magnetic Uluru sunrise which can be viewed close-by our campsite. Early mornings are such a magical time in the desert, the perfect time to see Uluru. Afterwards, travel to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), an Aboriginal word for “many heads”, to explore its domes of which there are 36 in total. Pull on your hiking boots and take the Valley of the Winds walk through creek beds, domes and beautiful wilderness. After lunch, it’s farewell to Uluru – Kata Tjuta National

Park as we travel to Kings Creek Station where we camp for the night. Our campsite really is ‘wayoutback’, set in a private location on this working cattle station. Spending a night at a cattle station is an authentic Outback travel experience to cherish.

Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Kata Tjuta (the Olgas)
Kings Creek Station

Day 3 (Breakfast / Lunch)

Travel to Watarrka (Kings Canyon) National Park, home of a mighty chasm with sheer red rock faces which soar over 100 metres above lush palm forests. The rim of Kings Canyon is a 6km round trip walk and you will visit the Amphitheatre, Lost City and tranquil Garden of Eden. After a meal together, travel back to Alice Springs where two nights of dorm or budget ensuite (twin/single) accommodation awaits (dinner is at your own expense).

Watarrka (Kings Canyon)
Alice Springs

Day 4

Use this day to rest, relax or explore the Red Centre township of Alice Springs independently. All activities and meals are at your own expense. Dorm or budget ensuite (twin/single) accommodation in Alice Springs is included. With some incredible Top End travel experiences ahead, why not relax in preparation for the second half of this Northern Territory tour?

Day 5 (Lunch / Dinner)

You will be collected from your Alice Springs accommodation at approximately 6.00 am and then our adventure tour through the ‘Territory’ to Darwin begins. Just north of Alice Springs is the Tropic of Capricorn (80% of the Northern Territory lays north of this point). Further along the track are the Devils Marbles (Karlu Karlu) which are a collection of gigantic granite boulders magically balanced on top of one another. Our day winds to a close just north of Tennant Creek at historic Banka Banka Cattle Station where we camp for the night.

Tropic of Capricorn
Devils Marbles (Karlu Karlu)
Banka Banka Cattle Station

Day 6 (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

No Territory tour is complete without a visit to the Daly Waters Pub, an important watering hole for explorers, travellers and drovers in days gone by and now a great spot for a cold beer, a bit of history and a ‘fair dinkum outback travel experience’! Later in the day, take a soak in the Mataranka Thermal Pools, a lush oasis fringed by paperbark trees before travelling to Katherine where our overnight camp awaits. Spend the night gazing at the millions of stars that make the Northern Territory such a popular travel destination.

Daly Waters Pub
Mataranka Thermal Pools

Day 7 (Breakfast / Lunch)
Your tour guide will wake you early this morning for the short drive to the Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park which is owned by the Jawoyn Aboriginal people. Ancient sandstone has been carved away by the Katherine River to create a deep and picturesque gorge. You may like to take a boat cruise or paddle a canoe (seasonal) through the peaceful water (both optional and additional cost). In the afternoon, relax and watch the changing landscape as we travel to cosmopolitan Darwin where the friendly locals and sublime sunsets await! This is where this magical Northern Territory tour concludes, so be sure to spend some time relaxing in Darwin and farewelling your tour group mates.

Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park

***Itinerary may change due to cultural reasons, seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.

Please call our Reservations Team at least 48 hours prior to departure to confirm pick-up location and time.

Professional tour guide, travel in an air-conditioned minibus, all meals (as listed on itineraries), camping equipment and fees, reference books, pillow, drinking water (please provide your own bottle)

National Park Fee
Sleeping bag hire (if applicable)

Single passengers will be provided with a single hotel room in Alice Springs however will be required to share a tent with another same sex passenger whilst on safari.
This 7 day package is a combination of two safari products and the guide and passengers may differ on each safari. Passengers will be staying independently at the accommodation between each of the safaris.
We recommend guests arrive on the Jetstar or Virgin Australia flights into Ayers Rock. Although we collect guests arriving on the later Qantas service please note guests will not receive a full experience at Uluru should they choose this service.
Clients joining at Ayers Rock airport or resort will do so after lunch and therefore lunch is at own expense.
Due to limited space on the vehicle please restrict luggage to a day pack and one soft overnight bag/backpack (maximum 10kg).
Travel Insurance is compulsory for all travellers. This clause is a duty of care to protect our travellers, but excludes those nationals of countries where local law prohibits a compulsory service that is not included in the tour price. Whilst Travel Insurance is strongly recommended for these nationals, we will not apply these booking conditions where law prohibits it. However, all travellers will be expected to sign a waiver before commencing their tour acknowledging that they are aware of the increased risks associated with Adventure Travel & that they understand that Wayoutback will not be held responsible fo

Fitness Level
Our safaris are true outback camping adventures that include walking, hiking and swimming as we explore the wonders of Central Australia. We walk an average of about 2-3km each day so a reasonable level of fitness is required, particularly in the summer months with high temperature levels. Be aware that it is adventure camping rather than soft camping so good health is important.

What To Bring
Torch, wide brimmed hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, water bottle (1.5 litres), walking shoes/boots, sleeping bag (or can be hired for $50), toiletries, swim wear, towel, camera, comfortable and casual clothing.

Child Policies
We do not take children under 16 years of age.

Childrens Rate

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