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Cairns to Uluru to Adelaide - 7 Day Tour (Excludes $25 Uluru Park Fee)

Join us for an unforgettable 7 day adventure from Cairns through to Ayers Rock (Uluru), finishing in Adelaide!

Highlights

  • Epic 7 Day Tour from Cairns to Uluru, finishing in Adelaide!
  • Kings Canyon - see the amazing sights of the Lost City
  • Kata Tjuta - explore the Valley of the Wings and visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre
  • See Ayers Rock (Uluru) - The largest rock in the world!
  • Sleep under the stars in true for a true blue Outback camping experience
  • Bus pass from Alice Springs to Adelaide to continue the rest of your adventure

Day 1 & 2: Cairns to Alice Springs

Departing Cairns at 1.00am we’ll embark on our adventure with an overnight bus trip to Alice Springs, arriving 9.15am the next day. You’ll spend the day exploring Alice Springs at your own pace and stay the night at the local YHA.

Day 3: Kings Canyon (L, D)

Starting the day nice and early, we head to our first destination - the mighty Kings Canyon! We'll set out on an epic 3 hour hike through the sandstone domes uncovering spectacular scenery and sights of the Lost City including; the North & South Walls, the Garden of Eden and an amazing natural Amphitheatre.

We then head to Curtain Springs where we'll set up camp for the night under the breathtaking Outback stars!

Day 4: Kata Tjuta & Uluru Sunset (B, L, D)

Today we head to Kata Tjuta and explore the Valley of the Winds before visiting the Aboriginal Cultural centre where we will learn about the history and culture of the land & its people. Enjoy dinner watching the beautiful sunset over Uluru before hitting the sack at the Yulara resort campground.

Day 5: Uluru Sunrise (B,L)

Wake up to a stunning Uluru sunrise before heading out on the Uluru Base Walk where we will see the Mala Walk, Mutijulu Waterhole and Aboriginal Cave Paintings! You’ll have the opportunity to take a camel ride at the Camel Farm (optional at extra cost) before we head back to Alice Springs where we will meet for a late dinner and a few beers at The Rock Bar (optional at extra cost). Stay at the YHA (dorm room) for this night.

Day 6 & 7: Alice Springs to Adelaide

On to the next part of your epic Journey! Depart Alice Springs on the Greyhound bus at 10.30am and arrive in Adelaide the following day at 7.30am – the rest of your adventure is up to you!

Meeting Location: Greyhound Bus Terminal - LOT 3 Pier Point Rd, Cairns City.

Guest age range: Most people on our tours are between 18 to 45 years of age and International travellers. If you are young at heart & reasonably fit you will fit right in.

National Park Fee: $25 per person - this is not included in the price below and is payable directly to the operator on the day

Per person $755.00

What's included

  • 7 Day Greyhound Bus Pass (Whimit)
  • All meals as stated (B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
  • 2 nights stay in YHA (shared dorm)
  • Transport, air conditioned comfortable 21 seat buses for the 3 day Rock Tour section.

Restrictions

  • Minimum age: 18

Notes

  • Meals - Please note we do not provide meals on the Greyhound Bus service (Day 1 - Day 2 & Day 6 - Day 7). There are regular stops on the Greyhound bus and you can purchase food if needed on the bus trip. The prices listed below exclude a mandatory $25 Uluru Park Fee, this is payable direct to the operator on the day of travel
  • Sleeping bags - you can hire a sleeping bag for $20 per person, this can be added as you proceed through the checkout and paid on the day of travel

Available Bookings from September 25 to October 01

Change Dates

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Tue 1 Oct

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Florence from Belgium wrote on 02 June 2019

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This trip was nice regarding the sites visited but spending a total of 32,5 hours in the Greyhound (Cairns > Alice springs + Alice springs > Adelaide) was veryyyyy long. It took 4 days. The tour was good, even though the contact with the local Aboriginal people is more than limited, which I regret a lot ! We haven't met any Aboriginal people who could enlighten the group on their culture, only few artists in Uluru Cultural center but we were supposed to let them work/create, hence not talk to them. I compared the price of my tour with my 15 fellow travelers, it turned out that I paid at least 50$ more than they did (my total price was 780$). And much more than some of them. The quantity of food on the tour was poorly distributed, we did not have enough for some meals. The company did not warn us enough on the temperatures at night, which is a pity when you spend two nights outside. In June it was 4-6ºC... Pretty tough!

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