Your journey to Australia’s Red Centre will start with a flight into Alice Springs, unless you are taking the epic journey on Australia’s Ghan train. Immerse yourself in the centre of the Northern Territory with stunning landscapes, explore remote communities and interact with the history of this ancient and spiritual land with its diverse heritage.
Explore historic sites and see the work of local artists in Aboriginal art galleries in the spiritual head of Australia. Take a visit to the Old Telegraph Station reserve, marking the towns important role in the 19th century communications. Indulge in outback-inspired menus featuring produce only found in the Top End - expect emu, crocodile, kangaroo, and native fruits and berries in the quirky bars and restaurants in the town.
You might need to pinch yourself to make sure you are not dreaming when you see Uluru, one of the great natural wonders of the world and an Australian Icon. There are many ways to appreciate the wonder of ‘The Rock’, from walking the 9.5km circumference, dining under the stars at sunset or riding a camel in its shadow. There is a free ranger-guided ‘Mala’ walk each day, the walk talks you through the local stories and traditional culture including the rock art.
The Field of Light Spectacular features more the 50,000 slender stemmed lights crowned with frosted-glass spheres that bloom into light as darkness falls over the outback. With the famed exhibition by artist Bruce Munro extended until 31st March 2018 don’t miss your chance at this once in a lifetime experience.
Renowned for its sandstone bluffs and cliffs, this easy day trip from Alice Springs is most spectacular in the early mornings or the late afternoon sun when the different coloured rock changes from ochre red to orange and purple or after heavy rain when the rocks are reflected in the claypans.
Come with us to experience the virtual journey of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. This unique experience will bring you to the head of Australia's Northern Territory.