Please note: This route is recommended for 4WD vehicles as some roads are restricted to 4WD campers only.
Day 1: Winton to Boulia
Start your 4WD outback adventure at Winton and join a fossicking tour and dig for dinosaur fossils at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum. From there cheer on the best rodeo riders from around Australia in Boulia and stay overnight at any of the nearby B&B or caravan parks.
Day 2: Boulia to Jervois Station
Head off early the next day and stop by at Jervois Station and stay at the camping area where you can take in the sights and sounds of the outback night sky.
Day 3: Jervois Station to Alice Springs
Head 307km down the track and reach Alice Springs where you will find an abundance of fun and atmosphere. Stay for a bit and check out the range of local markets, local waterholes and events.
Day 4: Alice Springs
With a wide selection of accommodation, dining experiences and fascinating events and festivals, Alice Springs is a perfect place to spend a week or two getting in touch with Outback life. Try the Alice Springs Desert Park or Reptile Centre and go to the Araluen Cultural Centre for a range of fantastic events and shows.
Day 5: Alice Springs to Uluru
Take the sealed highway to Uluru from Alice Springs and prepare yourself for an adventure through breathtaking scenery and rugged landscapes. Easily one of the most memorable icons of Australia, Uluru offers stunning views and great activities including cultural tours, self-guided walks, Indigenous dancing and events, plus more.
Day 6: Uluru and Kata Tjuta
Hop on the back of a camel or dine in luxury at the famous Sounds of Silence dinner, there are so many ways to experience Uluru. Ride around the base of the rock on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, or jump on a scenic flight and take in the views from above.
Day 7: Uluru to Warburton
Enter the friendly Indigenous community of Warburton and be sure to visit the Tjulyuyu Regional Art Gallery. Look, browse or buy unique pieces of Indigenous crafts and artwork from the Warta Shop before you leave.
Day 8: Warburton to Laverton
On your final stretch to Laverton, WA don’t miss out on seeing the vast salt lakes, scenic nature reserves, waterholes and caves along the way. Just remember you will need a permit to complete this part of the track before reaching the finish line.