5 day Ultimate Combo Alice Springs – Uluru – Darwin ($669)
For a truly unforgettable experience of a lifetime, combine the original, #1 TripAdvisor 3-day Uluru tour with the Darwin Express and $AVE!
Visit iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock), amazing Kata-Tjuta (the Olgas), and incredible Kings Canyon (Watarrka). Camp under the stars, enjoy our big menu including Kangaroo and Camel as part of a genuine experience in the Australian outback (dietary requirements are catered for).
Return to Alice Springs for a relaxed night at Alice’s Secret Travellers Inn before heading on towards Darwin. You will visit the Devils Marbles, Mataranka Thermal Springs and Edith Falls. Stay overnight at the historical Daly Waters pub with dinner included.
This tour departs every Friday, from March until the end of October and is suited to people aged 18 – 49 years.
What you win
- Save AU$29 just by combining the 3 day Uluru tour with the Darwin Express
- Get TWO FREE nights in one of our 6 bed mixed dormitories (the night before your Uluru tour and the night in between the two tours) or upgrade to a private double for only AU$25
- Borrow a FREE sleeping bag and fly net and safe 20 bucks
- FREE Luggage storage
- FREE pick up and drop off right in front of the hostel
- Get ready for your tour with the help of Alice’s Secret and relax after your tour by enjoying the beautiful garden and the cosy atmosphere of our little oasis.
- Experienced Australian guide
- All park entry and camping fees
- Free pick up and drop off at accommodation
- Air-conditioned bus
- Free glass of bubbly at Uluru sunset
- All meals as stated in itinerary (dietary requirements catered for)
- Free short camel ride
The Field of lights can be booked for an additional fee of (AU$42) – please advise if you wish to add this option to your tour booking.
Day 1: Uluru Lunch/Dinner included
We’ll pick you up around 6am where we begin your outback journey of a lifetime! You travel to Uluru, stopping along the way at the Camel Farm for your FREE camel ride. After lunch you’ll head to the Cultural Centre for an insight into the flora, fauna and the local Aboriginal people of the Red Centre. You take you on a short guided interpretive walk at the base of Uluru. Then you go to watch the spectacular Uluru sunset while enjoying a glass of bubbly with nibbles. Then it’s back to your camp to enjoy a hearty meal, a hot shower and a night under the stars.
Day 2: Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included
Enjoy an early breakfast before watching the sunrise over Uluru, then it’s off to Kata Tjuta for a walk through the Valley of the Winds. After lunch, you travel to Kings Creek Station viewing the beautiful George Gill Range along the way. Here you enjoy an outback BBQ dinner and laughs around the campfire under the incredible outback sky. Later, get into your swags for another perfect view of the stars.
Day 3: Kings Canyon & Alice Springs Breakfast/Lunch included
Another early start, after breakfast taking on the spectacular Kings Canyon rim walk. You will visit the North and South walls, The Garden of Eden, as well as the Natural Amphitheatre. After this amazing walk, you hit the road starting the journey back to Alice Springs. We arrive back in Alice late afternoon.
Day 4: Devils Marbles & Daly Waters Dinner included
You will depart Alice Springs bright and early at 5am, heading north along the Stuart Highway to visit Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles). Here you will have some time to explore, take photos and hear dreamtime stories of the area. You then carry on north to the historic Daly Water pub for a FREE pub meal, staying in dorm accommodation for the night.
Day 5: Mataranka Thermal Springs, Edith Falls & Darwin
After another early start we continue the journey north, next going for a swim in the warm waters of Mataranka Thermal Springs. We then make a short stop in the town of Katherine for a chance to get some lunch. Following this, we go to Edith Falls where we do a short hike to the top pools and go for a relaxing swim. We then drop you off at your accommodation in Darwin, arriving around 5pm.
What to bring
- 2 large bottles of water (at least 3L per person)
- Good walking shoes
- Hat and sunscreen
- Towel and toiletries
- warm clothes in winter
- Bring your own sleeping bag (FREE from Alice’s Secret), or hire one for only $20
Mulgas Adventures tours have an age requirement of 18-49 years old: That doesn’t mean you’re not welcome to join the tour, if you’re 50+ they just want you to have an idea of what to expect. Their tour is aimed at the young or the “young at heart” because besides that there is a lot of hiking and sleeping in swags under the stars, most of our passengers are young backpackers aged in their 20’s.
If you want to spend more time along the way or exploring the top end check here for alternative offers.