Northern Territory | Uluru, Outback & Red Center Experiences


Alice Springs | Desert Discovery

A private guided experience through Alice Springs Desert Park, enjoy a bird show, hike deep in to Simpsons Gap, spot local wildlife and hear stories about the local culture.

Price: $174


Alice Springs | West MacDonnell Ranges

Known for their immensity and spectacular array of sunburnt oranges, maroons and purples, stroll the historic sites , Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm and Ormiston Gorge. After a lodge lunch, visit one of central Australia's most pristine waterholes for time to swim and sunbathe.

Price: $132/shared | $166/private

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Alice Springs | A Town Like Alice Experience

Learn the ins and outs of the Royal Flying Doctor Service operations by peeking into the School of Air, then visit with unique Central Australian reptiles while taking in stunning views atop Anzac Hill.

Price: $98


Alice Springs | Balloon Flight

As the sun breaks over the MacDonnell Ranges, float above the outback admiring the vast scenery and spotting kangaroos, followed by sparkling wine and breakfast.

Price: $279

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Alice Springs | Outback Bush BBQ Dinner & Show

This delightful evening of culture and entertainment begins with a damper making demonstration, boomerang throwing and indigenous traditions. Enjoy the local cattle ranchers' stories as you savor a two-course Aussie BBQ dinner.

Price: $214

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Alice Springs | Sunset Camel Ride

Enjoy a gentle camel ride to the scenic MacDonnell Ranges for sweeping outback views. Spot native wildlife including kangaroos and birds, admire the colors of the ranges changing to a glowing red and enjoy light refreshments as you learn about the camel's history in the outback.

Price: $73

2.5HRS, T

Alice Springs | Travel to Ayers Rock via Outback

An informative guided tour through the West MacDonnell Ranges to iconic Ayers Rock/Uluru, featuring a visit to the Outback Camel Farm with views of the one of a kind, flat-topped Atila, Mount Conner.

Price: $134


Alice Springs | Uluru & Kata Tjuta

Begin with a journey to Erldunda, the home of the emu, for breakfast, then journey to Ayers Rock Resort area. Grab your packed lunch for the drive to Uluru-Kata Tjuta to discover the Aboriginal Culture Centre and its people, the Pitjantjatjara. Explore Walpa Gorge, Mala Walk, Anangu rock art and Mutitjulu Waterhome, hearing dreamtime stories and local traditions.

Price: $226

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Alice Springs | West MacDonnell Ranges

Known for their immensity and spectacular array of sunburnt oranges, maroons and purples, stroll the historic sites , Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm and Ormiston Gorge. After a lodge lunch, visit one of central Australia's most pristine waterholes for time to swim and sunbathe.

Price: $132/shared | $166/private

FD, M, T

Ayers Rock | A Night at Field of Light

With a majestic Uluru backdrop, delight in the sounds of the didgeridoo as the sun sets, unveiling 50,000 glass spheres coming to life. Enjoy an indigenous performance, bush tucker-inspired dinner, and walk through the Field of Light.

Price: $212

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Ayers Rock | Astro Experience

A resident astronomer will guide you through the evolution of the universe through the stars. Explore the vast night landscape with a telescope and binoculars, learning how stars are formed, why they produce light, their life cycle, the theory of the "Big Bang" and much more.

Price: $42


Ayers Rock | Desert Awakenings

Start your day with a memorable sunrise over Uluru and Kata Tjuta with a campfire breakfast. Then receive a guided experience of the national park including Mutitjulu waterhole, Anangu cave paintings and the Cultural Center.

Price: $145

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Ayers Rock | Dot Painting Workshop

Join a fun art experience in this unique workshop with a local Anangu artist. Learn about traditional Aboriginal dot painting through ancient symbols of the desert and create your own work of art to take home. A true celebration of the people and places of the area.

Price: $53


Ayers Rock | Kata-Tjuta Excursion

One of Australia's most iconic natural wonders, explore the famous domes at Walpa Gorge, and learn the history and cultural significance of these sacred landmarks.

Price: $134

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Ayers Rock | Mount Connor 4WD Outback Safari

Watch for wildlife as an expert guides you through Mount Conner and Curtin Springs Cattle Station spotting red kangaroos, rock wallabies, birds and reptiles. Explore the property, then watch the scenic sunset while with a home-cooked dinner.

Price: $223

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Ayers Rock | Quarter Uluru, Segway & Sunset

Arrive at Uluru, where you will walk to Mutitjulu waterhole to pick up your segway for a ride around a quarter of the monolith's massive base. Stop along the way to enjoy the Mala Walk, and learn of the indigenous people and ancient culture. As the sun sets, relish an incredible viewing as you toast a glass of sparkling wine and sample a few nibbles.

Price: $135


Ayers Rock | SEIT Patji

Your Aboriginal host will guide you to the sacred site of Patji to learn about its rock waterholes and ever changing environment. Discover the flora and fauna of the region that is crucial to the survival of the locals, visit remote bush tracks and sand dunes, and marvel at the sunset over Uluru.

Price: $223

FD, T, 5+

Ayers Rock | Sounds of Silence Dinner

Admire the breathtaking sunset while savoring an unforgettable gourmet dinner and champagne, plus revel in panoramic views and a world-class star gazing experience with the resident astronomer.

Price: $177

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Ayers Rock | Tali Wiru

Toast to an unforgettable sunset dining experience atop a dune with spectacular views of Uluru. Savor superb gastronomy and wine with storytelling and soft traditional music.

Price: $293

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Ayers Rock | Travel to Alice Springs via Outback

Embark on an expedition through the rugged outback along the Stuart Highway while setting sights on Mount Conner before your arrival in Alice Springs.

Price: $134


Ayers Rock | Uluru & Kata Tjuta Helicopter Ride

Fly high above the scenic Red Centre on this inspiring 30-minute flight over Ayers Rock, the Olgas and ancient geological wonders.

Price: $229

1.5HRS, T

Ayers Rock | Uluru Bike Ride

Partake on a fun adventure as you bike through the outback, experiencing all that Uluru has to offer. Travel at your own pace with time to discover ancient rock art and wonderous waterholes around the base.

Price: $83


Ayers Rock | Uluru Early Morning by Segway

Along with a knowledgeable guide, enjoy an early morning ride around the full base of Uluru with stops for photos, interpretive talks about the Anangu culture, flora and fauna, geology and history of the area. Conclude with a walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole for stunning sights.

Price: $119


Ayers Rock | Uluru Highlights

Watch the sunrise over the amazing monolith with your guide, then travel to Mutitjulu Waterhole, learning creation and culture stories on this outback breakfast adventure.

Price: $135

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Ayers Rock | Uluru Sacred Sites & Sunset BBQ Dinner

Browse Aboriginal art at the Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, travel the base of Uluru and hike to Mutitjulu Waterhole as your guide interprets the rock paintings, then conclude with incredible sunset views, an Australian barbeque and constellation viewing.

Price: $218

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Ayers Rock | Uluru Sunset Experience

Observe uninterrupted views of the scenic sunset over the world icon Uluru. Bask in the natural wonders and enjoy a glass of sparkling wine.

Price: $55


Darwin | 4WD Arnhemland Excursion

Head to the last frontier for an exclusive look at traditions, Aboriginal art and cultural sites, and watch actual artisans paint and basket weave.

Price: $219


Darwin | Australia's Frontline: Bombing of Darwin

Highlighting Darwin's war history at land and sea, journey to the sites hit by Japanese air raids during WWII. Cruise the Darwin Harbour and view the navy base including the wreckage of the USS Peary, Military Precinct at East Point and historic relics at the museum

Price: $97


Darwin | City Sights

Explore Darwin and all it has to offer, from the Art Gallery with Aboriginal Art to the Botanic Gardens, Chinese Temple, Stokes Hill Wharf and Mooring Basin.

Price: $53


Darwin | Croc Explorer

Combining two of Darwin's top attractions with access to both Crocosaurus Cove for a day and a 24-hour hop-on/hop-off pass for the Darwin Explorer.

Price: $57

At your leisure

Darwin | Jumping Crocs & Nature Explorer

Feel the excitement of leaping crocodiles on the Adelaide River, see interactive displays at Windows on the Wetlands for views over Marrakai Plains and visit Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve.

Price: $89

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Darwin | Kakadu in a Day

Designed to show off the best of Kakadu from a scenic flight, plus enjoy a visit to Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, lunch and a Yellow Water Cruise.

Price: $651

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Darwin | Kakadu National Park Explorer

Travel across Adelaide River and Marrakai Plains into World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Beautiful and diverse, visit Warradjan Cultural Centre and join a local guide for a cruise on the famous Yellow Water Billabong in search of crocodiles and colorful birdlife. After lunch, stop at Nourlangie Rock to view ancient Aboriginal rock art.

Price: $254

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Darwin | Katherine in a Day

Soar high above Nitmiluk or Katherine's Gorge, consisting of 13 gorges of sheer rock extending more than 70 meters high, then enjoy time to land and explore the areas. Since the Northern Territory has two distinct seasons - Wet and Dry, the flight path varies by season. During the wet season, you'll fly over Kakadu and Katherine National Parks, Adelaide, Mary River, Arnhem land and the Jim Jim and Twin Waterfalls. For dry season flights, fly over scenic Litchfield, Katherine and Kakadu as you immerse in the history, rugged beauty and culture of the region.

Price: $736

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Darwin | Spectacular Indigenous Litchfield National Park

Experience some of Darwin's best sites with an Indigenous guide. View spectacular waterfalls, rugged heritage areas and sample bush foods.

Price: $299

FD, M, T

Darwin | Tiwi Aboriginal Cultural Experience

Begin with a two and half hour ferry ride to Bathurst Island where a local guide will meet you for a journey through the progressive, modern day Aboriginal community of Wurrumiyanga. Visit the museum displaying traditional art and Tiwi "dreamtime" stories, explore its Catholic Church learning about their history and culture, then spend time with the Tiwi ladies as they weave and paint. Plus, see a totem dance demonstration, smoking ceremony, sample billy tea and damper and enjoy lunch.

Price: $254

FD, M, T

BEHIND THE LETTERS | FD: Full-day, 7+ hours | HD: Half-day, 3 - 6 hours | M: Meals included | T: Transfers included | + This age and over welcome

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