Magic of Uluru & Northern Territory Wilderness Tour

Includes a Uluru & Kata Tjuta Sights & Sounds Tour

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Perhaps Australia’s best-known natural wonder, Uluru rises out majestically from the arid lowlands surrounding it and cuts an unforgettable sight. After arriving and settling into your hotel, you’ll learn all about the area at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre before exploring some of the sacred sites in the vicinity, including ancient Aboriginal rock art. You’ll end the day perfectly, glass of wine in hand, as the setting sun casts Uluru – also known as Ayers Rock - in a spectacular amber glow.

The effect is different but no less impressive at sunrise, which you’ll get to enjoy before heading on a walk to the nearby Valley of Winds and its Mars-like terrain. By nightfall you’ll be ready for your Sounds of Silence Dinner under a star-filled sky as the hypnotic sound of a didgeridoo fills the air.

At Alice Springs, enjoy the Town Like Alice Tour, which includes seeing how children in the region are remote-schooled by radio, then call at the Royal Flying Doctors’ Service.

On the Kakadu and Katherine Tour you’ll really get to immerse yourself in the country’s wilder side. The Kakadu National Park is home to saltwater crocodiles and hundreds of other species, while the Warradjan Cultural Centre provides an insight into the practices of the local Bininj people.

Finally, after exploring the delights of Darwin you’ll visit Litchfield National Park, home to picturesque waterfalls including Florence and Tolmer, with its colonies of orange horseshoe bats

Package Includes

All flights, taxes & transfers

Meals

  • 10 meals included

Hotel Stays

  • 2 night four-star hotel stay in Uluru
  • 2 night four-star hotel stay in Alice Springs with breakfast
  • 3 night four-star hotel stay in Darwin with breakfast
  • 1 night four-star hotel stay in Kakadu
  • 1 night four-star hotel stay in Katherine*

Fully Escorted Uluru Tours

  • Enjoy an Uluru sunset tour, visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and see ancient Aboriginal rock art
  • Walk among red rock domes in the Valley of the Winds
  • Relax to the sound of the didgeridoo at a Sounds of Silence dinner

Fully Escorted Alice Springs Tours 

  • Visit the Royal Flying Doctors Service
  • Get up close to lizards and snakes at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre
  • Admire views of the town from the summit of Anzac Hill

Fully Escorted Kakadu, Katherine & Darwin Tours

  • Cruise the Adelaide River and look out for crocodiles
  • Visit the ancient Aboriginal Rock art galleries with lunch
  • Learn about the lives of indigenous people at the Warradjan Cultural Centre
  • Visit to the Corroboree Park Tavern for lunch
  • Stop at Edith Falls for a refreshing swim and lunch
  • Cruise through billion-year sandstone at the incredible Katherine Gorge
  • Litchfield National Park and Waterfalls Tour

*March & April dates on day 7 of itinerary overnight in Darwin instead of Katherine due to West Season itinerary schedule.

At a glance

9 nights
Departing Apr 21 - Nov 21
All flights and taxes

Prices from

Twin Share
$3,999 pp
Price based on 10 Apr 2021 departure
Solo Passenger
$4,999 pp
Price based on 10 Apr 2021 departure

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Call to book:

1800 958 405

Holiday code:

TOU2227

Opening hours:

AWST: Mon to Fri 7am - 5pm | Sat & Sun 7am - 2pm

Uluru

Visiting Uluru at dawn or dusk is a spellbinding experience. Explore its base, where a number of sacred spots will give you an idea of its huge significance to the Aboriginal people of the area.

Your Itinerary

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DAY 1 | 10 Apr 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Fly to Ayers Rock, the site of Uluru, one of Australia’s most famous natural sights and a place sacred to the Aboriginal people of the region. After arriving and settling into your hotel, you’ll learn all about the area at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre before exploring the ancient Aboriginal rock art found in the area. As the setting sun casts Uluru – also known as Ayers Rock - in a spectacular amber glow, you’ll finish your first day here in a magical setting.

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DAY 2 | 11 Apr 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

After rising to see the majestic sights of Uluru at sunrise, you’ll venture out to the Mars-like Valley of Winds and its ubiquitous red rocks. Return in time for your Sounds of Silence Dinner where you’ll dine on local delicacies and wine under a star-filled sky. Relax to the gentle sound of a didgeridoo as a ‘star talker’ shares his knowledge of the night sky – an enchanting experience.

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DAY 3 | 12 Apr 2021
Alice Springs

Start the day by seeing British artist Bruce Munro’s breathtakingly beautiful, solar-powered Field of Light installation near Uluru. Made up of 50,000 hand-crafted spheres of light, it’s a magical sight that perfectly complements its dramatic surroundings. You’ll then fly to the quintessential Outback town of Alice Springs.

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DAY 4 | 13 Apr 2021
Alice Springs

There’s nowhere quite like the remote town of Alice Springs in the sparsely populated Northern Territory. Find out what life is really like on the fascinating Town Like Alice Tour. This includes seeing how children in the region are remote-schooled by radio, as well as visits to the historic Telegraph Station and the operational base of the Royal Flying Doctors’ Service. At the reptile centre you can if you wish, handle some of the native species, and the tour concludes with a trip up to Anzac Hill for a panoramic view of the area.

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DAY 5 | 14 Apr 2021
Darwin

The sprawling Kakadu National Park is home to lurking saltwater crocodiles and hundreds of other species, including bandicoots, pig-nosed turtles and wallabies. You’ll also come across termite mounds and waterfalls that plunge into deep blue pools. Here, you’ll really get to immerse yourself in the country’s wilder side.

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DAY 6 | 15 Apr 2021
Darwin

Transfer to the northern coastal town of Darwin and embark on a cruise down the crocodile-filled Adelaide River. You’ll then enter the Kakadu National Park where you’ll get to learn about Aboriginal traditions at the Bowali Visitor Centre. Continue through Ubirr and displays ancient rock art, ascending to a point where you’ll be rewarded with gorgeous views of Kakadu, home to a staggering variety of flora and fauna.

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DAY 7 | 16 Apr 2021
Darwin

This morning head for the Nourlangie rock art site, an ancient place of refuge and shelter for the local indigenous people, and learn about the traditions of the Bininj People at the Warradjan Cultural Centre. Before arriving in Katherine, stop at the idyllic Edith Falls – known locally as Leliyn. A serene and beautiful site with a pool at its base that you can swim in.

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DAY 8 | 17 Apr 2021
Darwin

After a morning cruise through Katherine Gorge, carved through billion-year-old sandstone and home to freshwater crocodiles, you’ll pay a visit to the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre. Here you could purchase traditional handicraft made by the local Jawoyn people. You’ll then return to Darwin stopping at the old gold-mining town of Pine Creek, once home to around fifteen mines, and Adelaide River War Cemetery.

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DAY 9 | 18 Apr 2021
Darwin

This vast national park, named after an early Australian pioneer and gold miner, features a treasure trove of natural wonders, including several scenic waterfalls. Tolmer Falls is one of the most popular due to its colonies of ghost and orange horseshoe bats. The pillar-like termite mounds are another eye-catching feature. You’ll also find the Howard Springs Nature Park in this area, where you can feed barramundi and turtles.

Fully Escorted Tours

Did you know

Visiting Uluru at dawn or dusk is a spellbinding experience. Explore its base, where a number of sacred spots will give you an idea of its huge significance to the Aboriginal people of the area.

Did you know

Visiting Uluru at dawn or dusk is a spellbinding experience. Explore its base, where a number of sacred spots will give you an idea of its huge significance to the Aboriginal people of the area.

Kakadu National Park

From ancient aboriginal rock art to crocodile-infested billabongs, Kakadu National Park is certainly a place to stir the imagination. You can even learn about indigenous cultures at several fascinating visitor centres.

Katherine

At the town of Katherine you’ll discover the gateway to the Nitmiluk National Park and the Katherine Gorge – places that are of great ceremonial significance to the local Jawoyn people who have been living here for centuries.

Field of Light

Witness the enchanting beauty of Bruce Munro’s Field of Light, near Uluru. The British installation artist’s work is a fantasy vision of flower-like stems topped with ochre, violet, blue and white  glowing spheres.

Prices & Departures

  All flights included
regional flights available at a supplement
Departing
Departing 10 April 2021
Departing 13 May 2021
Departing 17 June 2021
Departing 22 July 2021
Departing 5 August 2021
Departing 2 September 2021
Departing 14 October 2021
Departing 6 November 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $3,999
Twin Share $4,199
Twin Share $4,299
Twin Share $4,299
Twin Share $4,299
Twin Share $4,199
Twin Share $4,199
Twin Share $4,099
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $4,999
Solo Passenger $5,399
Solo Passenger $5,499
Solo Passenger $5,499
Solo Passenger $5,499
Solo Passenger $5,299
Solo Passenger $5,299
Solo Passenger $5,099
Departing
Departing 10 April 2021
Departing 13 May 2021
Departing 17 June 2021
Departing 22 July 2021
Departing 5 August 2021
Departing 2 September 2021
Departing 14 October 2021
Departing 6 November 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $4,399
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,649
Twin Share $4,649
Twin Share $4,649
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,499
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $5,399
Solo Passenger $5,799
Solo Passenger $5,849
Solo Passenger $5,849
Solo Passenger $5,849
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,499
Departing
Departing 10 April 2021
Departing 13 May 2021
Departing 17 June 2021
Departing 22 July 2021
Departing 5 August 2021
Departing 2 September 2021
Departing 14 October 2021
Departing 6 November 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $4,399
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,599
Twin Share $4,499
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $5,399
Solo Passenger $5,799
Solo Passenger $5,799
Solo Passenger $5,799
Solo Passenger $5,799
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,499
Departing
Departing 10 April 2021
Departing 13 May 2021
Departing 17 June 2021
Departing 22 July 2021
Departing 5 August 2021
Departing 2 September 2021
Departing 14 October 2021
Departing 6 November 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $4,249
Twin Share $4,449
Twin Share $4,499
Twin Share $4,499
Twin Share $4,499
Twin Share $4,449
Twin Share $4,449
Twin Share $4,349
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $5,249
Solo Passenger $5,649
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,549
Solo Passenger $5,549
Solo Passenger $5,349
Departing
Departing 10 April 2021
Departing 13 May 2021
Departing 17 June 2021
Departing 22 July 2021
Departing 5 August 2021
Departing 2 September 2021
Departing 14 October 2021
Departing 6 November 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $4,249
Twin Share $4,449
Twin Share $4,499
Twin Share $4,499
Twin Share $4,499
Twin Share $4,449
Twin Share $4,449
Twin Share $4,349
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $5,249
Solo Passenger $5,649
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,699
Solo Passenger $5,549
Solo Passenger $5,549
Solo Passenger $5,349

CALL TO BOOK: 1800 958 405

HOLIDAY CODE: TOU2227