The outback of Australia is famous for its rock formations, so the Rock To Rock Tour with Mulgas Adventures is really quite apt if you’re looking for an all-round experience. Across four days, you’re invited to embrace the sights of Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Kings Canyon, while enjoying traditional food, camping under the stars and meeting fellow travellers.
Departing from Ayers Rock Airport or Ayers Rock Resort, you’re introduced to the outback with a visit to the Cultural Centre, where you can learn about the flora, fauna and Aboriginal culture of the region. With your campsite accommodation so close to Uluru, you can marvel at its changing colours during sunset with a glass of bubbly and sunrise with a healthy breakfast. Leaving Uluru temporarily, stop at the domes of Kata Tjuta and embark on a hike through the Valley of the Winds. Returning to Uluru, walk around the base of this enormous red rock with a knowledgeable guide. After lunch, it’s time to head to Kings Creek Station for a BBQ dinner and another night under the stars.
Get ready early on day three for the hike around the rugged Kings Canyon, and then return back to Kings Creek Station to enhance your experience of the outback even more with a camel, quad bike or helicopter ride at an extra cost. For your last night in the outback, enjoy sunset views of Mt Connor at Curtain Springs Station. After a cooked breakfast on day four, you return to Ayers Rock Airport or Ayers Rock Resort, where the Rock To Rock Tour ends.
At $395pp, the Rock To Rock Tour with Mulgas Adventures includes park entry and camping fees, swag hire, pick-up and drop-off, an air-conditioned bus, three breakfasts, three lunches and three dinners. Need a sleeping bag? You can hire one for just $15.
Experience the Red Centre with Mulgas Adventures.