Untouched Western Australia
The rough rugged Western Australia is that untouched wonder of Australia that is waiting to be explored. This lovely region tucked away in the West of Australia is sparsely populated but has so much to offer. From its breathtaking rock formations to its authentic and still deeply rooted Aboriginal Culture. The beauty of Western Australia lies in those traditional BBQ dinners, and breathtaking red-brown terrain, that glows up every time the sun hits them. Admire the fascinating wildlife and the cascading waterfalls that lie tucked in the wilderness. If you truly want to explore Western Australia then let yourself go and allow the region to guide you through:
Duration: 06 nights / 07 days
Day 1: Ayers Rock Airport to Ayers Rock Resort
Arrive at the lovely afternoon glow at Uluru. You can hop on to a shuttle bus to reach your hotel. After freshening up, get ready to be whisked off to the beautiful world of Uluru, and the treasures that are meant to be explored. For today, you will explore the lively Uluru Kata Tjuta, National Park.
The lovely national park is bubbling with native Australian wildlife that is unique to the territory. Take a guided tour and follow your guide through gilded forests and gushing streams. You can also catch the mesmerising sunset from the viewing area while sampling a magnificent glass of wine, As the sun makes its descent, you will find the entire sky break into a thousand different colours, as the rugged red rocks of the region get painted in a glowing yellow shade.
After the sun has completely hidden, head over to the exquisite desert setting complete with red dunes and desert oak trees. This is your venue for the delicious BBQ dinner. You will be served all kinds of succulent meat paired with some smooth wine and beer. After dinner, you can enjoy some hot cup of tea, as your guide will explain to you the beauty of the night sky and all the constellations that you can see that day. He will transport you to a world of folklore where you will hear some Aboriginal stories that are related to the stars.
The tour usually comes to an end after 2.5 hours of sunset, and you will be dropped off at your hotel.
Retire yo the Ayers Rock Resort for your overnight stay.
Day 2: Uluru Sunrise Tour HARLEY
Rise and Shine! Today you will be woken up by the rejuvenating Sunrise Tour at Uluru. You need to meet your driver about 45 min before sunrise and you will be transferred to the dune viewing area also called the TalinguruNyakunytjaku. You will be enthralled from the moment the sun begins to apple and Casta that very morning glow on the entire Uluru horizon. After the sunrise, you can look around the area and explore the marvellous details in the rock formations.
Overnight stay in Ayers Rock Resort
Day 3: Alice Springs
For today you will find the AAT Kings Coach waiting at the doorstep of your hotel to pick you up and take you the spectacular Alice Springs. As the journey starts keep looking out your windows and marvel at the awe-inspiring desert scenery of Uluru. You will be passing through the stunning Curtin Spring, while you view the magnificent Atila.
You will be dropped off at the Angus Downs from where you will be transported to your hotel in Alice Spring by a luxury coach. If you fancy some tea, then make the most out of your stop at Erldunda, where you can sip some lovely tea. To will travel through the brilliant Stuart Highway, after which you will be dropped off to the hotel.
After getting a little rest at the hotel, head on back out and enjoy this exciting and fascinating tour that will remain etched in your memory forever. Just board the bus and find yourself just diving into the true Australian Outback culture. You will be served an excellent Outback Bush BBQ Dinner coupled with a lively and enthusiast performance by the local Australians. This entire experience will help you know and understand the rich history and culture of the Aboriginals.
Overnight stay at Alice Springs.
Day 4: Half Day MacDonnell Ranges Tour
For today embark on a half-day tour to explore the essence of Central Australia- from its marvellous landscapes to its rich culture and the ancient yet detailed geology. This is the perfect tour for people who want to take a sit back and enjoy what this part of Australia has to offer.
Admire the spectacular scenery, as your guide explains to you all about the history of these places. You will be travelling to the West and East of Alice Springs in this completely private and guided tour.
Walkthrough the lovely creek beds and inhale the refreshing cool air of the Simpsons Gap, if you are lucky you can also see the local Aussie animal Wallaby just galloping around. A captivating drive will take you through some amazing and intimidating rock formations that represent the culture of the place. On your return journey sip some relaxing morning tea before heading out through the Honeymoon Gap and the breathtaking yet rustic Ilparpa Range. The tour concluded with Anzac Hill which is gifted with the astonishing view of the Alice Springs.
Overnight stay at Alice Springs.
Day 5: Darwin
Today you will arrive at the lovely town of Darwin.
You can dive into the culture of the Aboriginal by exploring their art in various museums in this town. To round off the evening, take a ferry and relish the riveting sunsets.
Overnight stay in Darwin
Day 6: Litchfield National Park Waterfalls
Today you will be picked up by an AAT King Coach from your hotel, which will take you to 69 Mitchell Street. This is the designated departure point for your tour today. The tour will commence around 7.30 am, and you will be whisked off to the famous Litchfield National Park.
This blossoming national park is blessed with some luscious forests and breathtaking scenery. You will come across termite mounds, unique rock formations, gushing waterfalls and cascades.
At first, we will visit the stunning Florence Falls. Here you will have the once in a lifetime opportunity to walk through the bush and monsoon forest. Alternatively, you can also plunge into the cold yet healing waters of the pool below the waterfall.
After this, you will be taken to the Tolmer Falls. This beautiful falls cascade down to a deep waterhole and makes it look exquisite.
The last waterfall we will visit is the Wangi Falls- this is the perfect place for you to swim, as the water is pristine and crystal clear.
On the way back we will also make a quick stop at the Howard Spring Nature Park, where you can roll up your sleeves and feed some Barramundi and Turtles.
Note: Lunch is included in this tour.
The tour ends at 6.00pm, after which you have the rest of the day at your leisure.
Overnight stay at Darwin.
Day 7: Darwin Hotel to Darwin Domestic Airport
Today you can enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel before heading out to the airport for your flight back.