Departs: Wednesday

You will start the trip on The Darwin Express, which is the fastest way to travel between Alice Springs and Darwin. The 2 day express trip is the idea way to travel with great photo opportunities along the way. You will visit the Devils Marbles, Mataranka Hot Springs and Edith Falls and stay a night at the famous Daly Waters Historical Pub with dinner included.

Arriving in Alice Springs the evening of the second day, you will spend the night at Haven Hostel (included in the package)

Next morning it is time to jump on board the original 3 day Uluru tour! Beginning and finishing in Alice Springs you will visit Uluru, Kata Tjuta and the incredible Kings Canyon. Sleeping in swags under the stars, enjoy a big menu trying Kangaroo and Camel as part of a genuine experience in the Australian outback.



  • Transport
  • 2 nights camping
  • 1 night hostel accommodation
  • 1 night accommodation at Daly Waters Pub
  • Park entry fee
  • All meals and snacks while on the tours (and our food is awesome!)
  • Local Guide

Number of People: 11-24


Departing Darwin at the crack of dawn, your first stop will be the amazing Edith Falls!! Then it’s onto Mataranka Hot Springs for a swim and you will finish your day the famous Daly Waters Pun where you will spend a relaxing night, enjoying a free pub dinner and staying in shared motel accommodation.
Departing the Daly Waters pub in the morning, it’s time to hit the road and start the journey to Alice Springs stopping at The Devils Marbles and arriving in Alice Springs that evening for a free night in a dorm at Haven Backpackers.
Departing Alice Spring at the crack of dawn, your first stop will be the breath taking Kings Canyon. The afternoon is spent hiking the Canyon, with plenty of time for the North & South walls and relaxing in the Garden of Eden and its waterhole. Enjoy dinner while viewing the sunset over the ranges, then it’s a nocturnal drive to the camp just past Curtin Springs.
Spend the morning doing an amazing hike through the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta. After lunch it’s off to Uluru for a leisurely guided base walk around the rock (lots of stories to hear and much to learn) and a visit to the informative cultural centre. Then relax and watch the sunset on this amazing monolith. Then it’s back to camp for another evening of star gazing and camp fires.
Up early and it’s back to Uluru for an optional sunrise climb. If you’re not climbing your time is free to do the full base walk and absorb this beautiful & spiritual place. Then it’s back to Alice Springs along the highway stopping off for a free camel ride.

Note: this tour also operates in the opposite direction. Find out more.

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