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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour

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In this incredible adventure around the Red Centre, dine in an open-air desert theatre, followed by a production of choreographed drones, lasers and projections telling an ancient story. Wander around Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and experience a section of the iconic Australian road trip called The Explorer's Way as you make your way to Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway. Venture into West MacDonnell National Park, featuring stunning remote waterholes, towering red cliff faces and sharp crevasses. In the Top End, continue your adventure with day trips into Kakadu and Litchfield National Park, home to rocky escarpments, cool waterfalls and the most incredible sunsets you have ever seen. Wish to stay? Speak to our Australian specialists to extend your time in the Northern Territory!

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This suggested tour costs from AUD$5,407 per person (twin share, low season)

Starts in Uluru, finishes in Darwin

11 days/10 nights

Hotel 4 star

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 1
Yulara

Yulara is the resort township situated 10 minutes drive from the entry to Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park. This small outpost is the central hub that supports tourism around Uluru, but also helps to protect the fragile ecosystem and spiritual centre of Australia from modern human impact. Yulara hosts approximately 250,000 visitors each year in its range of accommodation ranging from glamping to poolside resorts. Take the opportunity during your visit to walk the path through desert vegetation to Imalung Lookout in the very centre of the village, providing stunning, uninterrupted views of Uluru.

Transfer from Ayers Rock Airport to Accommodation

On arrival, after collecting your luggage, follow the courtesy hotel transfers signs and make your way outside the terminal and board the waiting AAT Kings coaches.

Wintjiri Wiru Sunset Dinner with Voyages Indigenous Tourism

Deep in the desert, an experience awaits! settle into the adventure of Wintjiri Wiru - "beautiful view out to the horizon" with a delicious drink of choice, before embarking on a short walk to where you will be watching the sunset from an open-air desert theatre. While the sun is setting let the unique flavors of the native ingredients satisfy your pallet as you delve into your gourmet dinner hamper! Sit back and watch the night sky as the amazing projections illuminate the sky above to pass on the story that's been passed on for generations before us and generations to come!

Your accommodation: Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel

Offering the only rooms with views of Uluru in Ayers Rock Resort, 4.5 star Desert Gardens Hotel offers elegant guestrooms within an oasis of native gardens.
Meals included: Speciality Dinner

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 2
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Parks Pass

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Parks Pass allows entry to explore these universally recognised natural wonders. You will be required to show your Uluru-Kata Tjuta Parks Pass at the park entry gates before entering Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Please have your pass ready to be scanned prior to arriving at this location.

Explore Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Discover the spiritual heart of the Australian Outback. Home to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta and Watarrka National Parks, this desert region is blessed with natural wonders, world-class dining experiences and rugged beauty.
Visit local galleries to discover local Indigenous art and culture, take a scenic flight, or choose from one of the established walks in the region, from short ones suitable for very young children to the full 10.6-km loop around the base of Uluru.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

More than just a photo opportunity, this national park holds the wisdom of ancient lands and their custodians - a living cultural landscape where the earth and its people exist as one. It is, of course, home to the awe-inspiring rock formation, Uluru. This natural feature is famous for the way the light plays on it during spectacular sunrises and sunsets and can be viewed from specially created viewing areas depending on the time of day you visit. If exploring geological marvels is a highlight for you, the domes of Kata Tjuta are just as spectacular as Uluru. The Anangu, the traditional owners of this land, believe that the physical landscapes of Uluru-Kata Tjuta were shaped by ancestral beings who still exist here today. At the entrance of the park you will find the Cultural Centre, a free-form structure built entirely from locally-made mud bricks. Here you can learn about the Anangu, their culture and the area's natural environment. You can also marvel at traditional and contemporary art at the park's galleries, or check out the stunning art installation that overlooks the park, the Field of Light, after dark.

Uluru Hop on Hop off - 1 Day Pass

One day pass entitles you to visit and enjoy Uluru unlimited times throughout a 24-hour period, from sunrise to sunset. This pass also entitles you to one only transfer to Kata Tjuta (Olgas) within that calendar day also.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Lizard Safari Uluru & Kata Tjuta Tour with Ayers Rock Scenic Flights

Take to the skies for this scenic flight, first journeying over the iconic Uluru and the neighbouring domes of Kata Tjuta that will leave you speechless. You will then fly over Lake Amadeus, the Northern Territory's largest salt lake that displays an amazing contrast of colours. Keep an eye out over the desert landscape for native animals and wild camels that roam the sands of Australia's red centre. Don't forget to bring your camera along for this amazing experience over the Australian desert.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Sunset Camel Experience

Travel for one hour on friendly camels in the spectacular desert landscape. Bringing you closer to nature, the skilled cameleers share stories of the Territory.
Enjoy stunning views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta as you watch the colour change while the sun sets from atop a sand dune. Return to the farm at twilight to relax and enjoy Australian beer, wine, champagne and outback bush foods including their famous freshly baked beer bread damper.

Your accommodation: Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel

Offering the only rooms with views of Uluru in Ayers Rock Resort, 4.5 star Desert Gardens Hotel offers elegant guestrooms within an oasis of native gardens.
Meals included: Breakfast

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 3
Kata Tjuta Morning Tour with SEIT Outback Australia - Breakfast Included

Revel in the early morning serenity of a truly spiritual place as the sunrise colours change on Kata Tjuta. Enjoy a picnic breakfast overlooking this Central Australian icon. Learn about this diverse environment whilst walking between the mighty conglomerate rock walls into Walpa Gorge and hearing how the 36 domes that make up Kata Tjuta have evolved over millions of years. Take time to listen to the wind (Walpa) far above and view the scale of the rock walls that surround you. The spirituality of this amazing location embraces everyone who ventures here.

Ayers Rock to Alice Springs Transfer

Enjoy the desert scenery and listen to comprehensive commentary from your expert guide as you leave Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and journey through the vast outback towards Alice Springs. Pass Atila (Mt. Conner) and enjoy afternoon tea (own expense) at Erdunda Roadhouse. Join the Stuart Highway and continue north to arrive at your destination.

Alice Springs

Alice Springs is the perfect base to start Australian outback exploration. It is the biggest town in the Red Centre and closest to Uluru. The Traditional Owners of the Alice Springs area and surrounding MacDonnel Ranges are The Arrernte people. They lived in the area for about 30,000 years. The town got its name after Alice, Lady Todd, wife of the telegraph pioneer Sir Charles Todd. Alice Springs is famous for its unique cultural experience, incredible natural environment and wildlife. You should visit Art Gallery Hopping, Alice Springs Telegraph Station, experience camel rides, or take a hot air balloon flight with magnificent views of the Red Centre. 

Your accommodation: Discovery Park Alice Springs

Located minutes from the CBD, a convenient for exploring the NT outback and being immersed in the Aboriginal culture Alice Springs has to offer. With a wide range of accommodation styles there is something for everyone.
Meals included: Breakfast

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 4
Explore Alice Springs

There are countless ways to get to know this dynamic city. From sunrise balloon rides to horse and camel tours, indigenous guided walks and experiences to hitting the trail, opportunities abound! Spend a day visiting the Two Women Dreaming Track, go quad-biking across open desert landscape or trekking through rocky chasms and cooling off in natural waterholes. Head to the Alice Springs Desert Park and get up close and personal with snakes and lizards at the Territory's largest reptile display - the Alice Springs Reptile Centre.

A Town Like Alice Half Day Tour with AAT Kings

Experience the Central Australian Desert Park with this Alice Springs half day adventure! Visit historical sites and places of essential service to better understand how the town has evolved into the central hub of the Australian Outback. Stop first at the School of Air, providing education to students living in remote Northern Territory communities. You will then be shown how Darwin and Adelaide relayed messages for 60 years at the Telegraph Station, followed by a visit to the Royal Flying Doctors Service headquarters which is involved in delivering medical services to those in remote communities. Throughout the tour, gain knowledge from the traditional custodians of the land, the Arrernte people, who proudly refer to Alice Springs as 'Mparntwe'. We will also visit Alice Springs Reptile Centre and see the largest reptile display in Central Australia. Before being dropped back of at your accommodation, enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the West MacDonnell Ranges, from the top of Anzac Hill.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - 30 Minute Hot Air Balloon Sunrise Flight with Outback Ballooning Alice Springs

Experience the breathtaking feeling of floating silently above the outback as the sun slowly rises over the desert on this awe-inspiring ballooning adventure. Float gently across the vast expanse of the Central Australian outback – keeping an eye out for native wildlife, including the iconic red kangaroo. Gain an appreciation of the vast remoteness of the region as the balloon peacefully soars above the striking landscape below.

Alice Springs Astronomy Tour with Earth Sanctuary

With thousands of visible stars, Outback Australia offers some of the best views of our home galaxy in the world. Earth Sanctuary is located in one of the darkest regions on the planet so our celestial objects are naturally brighter and clearer to the naked eye. Learn celestial navigation, also known as astronavigation. This is an ancient and modern practice of finding direction using the stars. Discover planets and constellations, and the Ecliptic - a great circle around our sky, formed by the intersection of Earth's orbital plane with the imaginary celestial sphere surrounding us.

Your accommodation: Discovery Park Alice Springs

Located minutes from the CBD, a convenient for exploring the NT outback and being immersed in the Aboriginal culture Alice Springs has to offer. With a wide range of accommodation styles there is something for everyone.

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 5
West MacDonnell Ranges Day Tour with Emu Run Experience - Lunch Included

Experience the magnificent grandeur of the West MacDonnell Ranges on this fascinating one day tour. Marvel at towering fiery red walls set aglow by the desert sun as you drive along the ranges. Tour through these amazing ranges all day and stop at beautiful gorges and waterholes, where you can even enjoy a refreshing swim in the warmer months.

Your accommodation: Discovery Park Alice Springs

Located minutes from the CBD, a convenient for exploring the NT outback and being immersed in the Aboriginal culture Alice Springs has to offer. With a wide range of accommodation styles there is something for everyone.
Meals included: Lunch

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 6
SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Own Arrangements Domestic Flight - Alice Springs to Darwin

This cost for this flight is additional to your tour, we can book this flight for you.

Arrive into Darwin

Welcome to the Northern Territory's unhurried capital, Darwin. The city is a melting pot of cultures, with rich Aboriginal connections to country as well as strong Asian influences in its cuisine, thanks to its close proximity to Asia. Spend a balmy night at the buzzing night markets, see crocodiles up close, or slow things down with a cruise on the harbour.

Private transfer Darwin Airport to your accommodation

On arrival, you will be met by a private driver outside baggage carousel and delivered to your Darwin accommodation.

Your accommodation: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Perfectly positioned amongst the entertainment and dining hub of Darwin’s seafront promenade, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront is surrounded by great shopping, a range of Territorian pubs, as well as some of the most amazing restaurants and cafés in the NT. Whether you're tasting craft beers at The Precinct Tavern, enjoying hand crafted menus at Il Lido or Wharf One, or trying NT favourites at the Oyster Bar or Hot Tamale, you'll feel right at home at this picturesque location.

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 7
Darwin City Sights Half Day Tour with AAT Kings

Join a city sights tour for the perfect introduction to Darwin, with expert commentary by a local guide. Learn about Darwin's role in WWII at the aviation museum and see a B-52 Bomber, one of 19 aircrafts on display. There is also time available to explore the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, whose collections encompass Aboriginal art, visual arts, and Northern Territory history and natural sciences. See the lush Botanic Gardens, one of the few gardens that has marine and estuarine plants naturally in its grounds.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility

Two Iconic Territory Stories One Iconic Location. Experience and learn through the wonder of technology as the Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility brings history to life.
Experience a decommissioned RFDS Pilatus PC 12 aircraft that was completely aero medically equipped and learn about the activities of the RFDS's pilots, engineers, doctors, and nurses, and the experiences of the patients that are carried and cared for each day.
The second iconic story featured is the Bombing of Darwin on 19th February 1942. The bombing of the harbour brought destruction to the city of Darwin, and many of the stories have been brought to life through their innovative technology. This new and exciting world-class facility feature's never seen before cutting edge technology - a hologram cinema experience telling the story of Etheridge Grant, virtual reality and a projection window of the Japanese air attack on the harbour.

Gourmet Dinner & Art Tour with Darwin Gourmet Tours

Darwin Gourmet Tours guides you to the best of Darwin’s food scene with an escorted four hour easy walking tour. Enjoy a welcome drink as chefs and staff present tasting plates (degustation) with an emphasis on local produce and Aboriginal bush foods. The rotating roster of restaurants includes Hanuman, Phat Mango, Aboriginal Bush Traders, PepperBerry Restaurant at the Hilton, Little Miss Korea, Moorish, Ruby, Char, Snapper Rocks, Roma Bar, Chow, Bannsang and other top dining places. Coffee, tea and standard soft drinks are included. During the short walks between venues, your guide will also show you cultural and historic landmarks and bring Darwin’s vibrant street artworks to life using clever augmented reality technology.

Your accommodation: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Perfectly positioned amongst the entertainment and dining hub of Darwin’s seafront promenade, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront is surrounded by great shopping, a range of Territorian pubs, as well as some of the most amazing restaurants and cafés in the NT. Whether you're tasting craft beers at The Precinct Tavern, enjoying hand crafted menus at Il Lido or Wharf One, or trying NT favourites at the Oyster Bar or Hot Tamale, you'll feel right at home at this picturesque location.
Meals included: Breakfast

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 8
Flood Country with Ethical Adventures - Lunch Included

The 'Flood Country' tour explores beautiful parts of northern Kakadu National Park. The tour with a maximum of 10 guests is focused on the history, culture, wildlife and places that make this region a World Heritage Icon. Meet the present day traditional owners of the National Park. Hear their stories of creation, feel their love for the country and understand some of the issues. During the tour you will see Cahills Crossing, East Alligator River, Ubirr Rock, Murrawadi Gallery, Mammukala Wetland and Jabiru. This tour is the ultimate introduction to the world of Kakadu.

Your accommodation: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Perfectly positioned amongst the entertainment and dining hub of Darwin’s seafront promenade, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront is surrounded by great shopping, a range of Territorian pubs, as well as some of the most amazing restaurants and cafés in the NT. Whether you're tasting craft beers at The Precinct Tavern, enjoying hand crafted menus at Il Lido or Wharf One, or trying NT favourites at the Oyster Bar or Hot Tamale, you'll feel right at home at this picturesque location.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 9
Explore Darwin

Darwin has a fantastic mix of things to do, whether you are joining a tour or going the self-guided route. Make sure you head to Mindil Beach Sunset Market and wander the multitude of stalls. Join a sunset harbour cruise and soak up the sunset with drinks and canapes. Catch a film under the stars at the outdoor Deckchair Cinema (known as "The Deckie" to locals); all screenings start at 7:30pm and local eateries have food stalls to keep your hunger at bay.
There are more crocodiles in the Northern Territory than anywhere else in the world, so jump in a boat or visit Crocosaurus Cove and meet the real locals. If you're looking to stretch your legs, visit the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens. These beautiful, exotic gardens are home to some spectacular plant species that provide a tropical oasis where you can learn about their natural and cultural history.

Darwin Waterfront Precinct - suggested activity

The Waterfront Precinct is Darwin's entertainment and dining hub, located within close proximity from Smith Street Mall and the Esplanade. Swim in the man-made (and protected) recreational beach, or take a plunge in the popular Wave Lagoon. This attraction rolls out 10 different wave patterns every 20 minutes, startling with gentle swells before increasing to waves up to 1.2 metres high. There are plenty of sun loungers and shady areas to hang out, or continue to explore the many eateries and bars surrounding the waterfront. Stokes Hill Wharf is a short walk away, and offers plenty of alfresco eateries and entertainment.

Mindil Beach Sunset Markets, Darwin - suggested activity

Head to the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets on a Thursday or Sunday evening, to browse a wide selection of local and handmade goods or taste some of the best food in the city. With over 200 stallholders, the Mindil Markets is a cultural melting pot which is bound to satisfying your appetite. Try grilled crocodile or a buffalo burger, then sit on the foreshore of Mindil Beach and witness one of the most stunning sunsets you have ever seen.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Gourmet Lunch & Art Tour with Darwin Gourmet Tours

Darwin Gourmet Tours guides you to the best of Darwin’s food scene with an escorted four hour easy walking tour. Enjoy a welcome drink at your first restaurant as chefs and staff present tasting plates (degustation) with an emphasis on local produce and Aboriginal bush foods. The rotating roster of restaurants includes Hanuman, Phat Mango, Aboriginal Bush Traders, PepperBerry Restaurant at the Hilton, Little Miss Korea, Moorish, Ruby, Char, Snapper Rocks, Roma Bar, Chow, Bannsang and other top dining places. Stop in at a non-profit Aboriginal-owned art gallery and store between restaurants. Coffee, tea and standard soft drinks are included. During the short walks between venues, your guide will also show you cultural and historic landmarks and bring Darwin’s vibrant street artworks to life.

Your accommodation: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Perfectly positioned amongst the entertainment and dining hub of Darwin’s seafront promenade, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront is surrounded by great shopping, a range of Territorian pubs, as well as some of the most amazing restaurants and cafés in the NT. Whether you're tasting craft beers at The Precinct Tavern, enjoying hand crafted menus at Il Lido or Wharf One, or trying NT favourites at the Oyster Bar or Hot Tamale, you'll feel right at home at this picturesque location.
Meals included: Breakfast

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 10
Litchfield National Park Waterfalls with AAT Kings

Swim in Litchfield National Park's most beautiful waterfalls and visit historic sacred sites for the Wagait people, the park's traditional owners. In this spectacular one day adventure, you will view Florance Falls from above, before making your way down to take a swim in the plunge pool. You will then journey to Tolmer Falls, where there is an opportunity to capture the rare ghost and orange horseshoe bats. Lunch will be enjoyed at the Litchfield Cafe, followed by a swim at Wangi Falls, a thundering segmented waterfall. At Strauss Airstrip immerse yourself in history before continuing on to view the epic works of termites at the Magnetic Termite Mounds, some of which stand up to two metres tall.

Your accommodation: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Perfectly positioned amongst the entertainment and dining hub of Darwin’s seafront promenade, Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront is surrounded by great shopping, a range of Territorian pubs, as well as some of the most amazing restaurants and cafés in the NT. Whether you're tasting craft beers at The Precinct Tavern, enjoying hand crafted menus at Il Lido or Wharf One, or trying NT favourites at the Oyster Bar or Hot Tamale, you'll feel right at home at this picturesque location.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

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Red Centre & Top End Bucket List Tour - Day 11
Private transfer from accommodation to Darwin Airport

You will be picked up from your Darwin accommodation and taken to Darwin Airport.

Farewell from Darwin

Your tour comes to an end today, but if you are itching to explore more amazing sights, we can customise your holiday to include more days or additional destinations. Our trusted travel specialists can book transfers to your onward flight, and even assist in booking these flights for you. Our team can't wait to help you design your ultimate getaway!

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