Adelaide to Alice Springs

Travel Route: Alice Springs Roundtrip

This small tour can be an addition to your already planned trip. You will see Alice Springs, once inhabited by the Arrernte Aboriginal people. Go see one of the Aboriginal art galleries which showcase the rich culture and traditions and don't forget Ayers Rock, a true magical experience during sunset! On your way go to Kings Canyon and make sure you take enough pictures of the stunning views. These are the three must see attractions of the Australian Outback and will be a perfect addition to your self drive holiday.


 Day 1:  Alice Springs
 Day 2:  Ayers Rock- Kings Canyon
 Day 3:  Kings Canyon- Alice Springs
Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
Uluru NT 0872, Australia
Luritja Rd, Petermann NT 0872, Australia
Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
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Location: Stuart Highway | Copyright: Tourism NT

Alice Springs Itinerary: Day 1

Alice Springs is a town of 30,000 people in the centre of Australia, located on the banks of the usually dry Todd River. This town in the middle of the dessert has plenty of facilities, attractions, tours and accommodation.

Location: Stuart Highway | Copyright: Tourism NT

Uluru (Ayers Rock) Tour including Sunset Dinner from Alice Springs Itinerary: Day 2

Uluru / Ayers Rock is the most famous natural landmark Australia has to offer, standin 348 meters high you can’t miss this natural treasure.

Location: Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon) | Copyright: Tourism NT

Coober Pedy Itinerary: Day 3

Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park is located 450 kilometres south west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The Park offers unique flora and fauna with over 600 different plant species. For the last 20,000 years this areas has been the homeland for the Luritja Aboriginal people.


Uluru / Ayers Rock On Its Best
This natural wonder will grab your attention while travelling through the vast desert. Ayers Rock is one of the most famous attractions in Australia and with good reason. See how they caught this monolith on film from different angles and on different times of the day.

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