Adelaide to the Red Centre – 10 days

Sat 01 – Mon 10 June 2019
$3,630 pp (Seniors $3,480) Single Supplement $680

Discover the spectacular scenery of our Red Centre, and be amazed by the size of our iconic Uluru and the beauty of the nearby Kata Tjuta. Explore historical Alice Springs and the stunning MacDonnell Ranges, and marvel at the Coober Pedy “moonscape”.

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Day 1

We begin in Adelaide, home of festivals and food, arts and culture. We visit the Mount Lofty Summit, which provides spectacular panoramic views across Adelaide’s city skyline to the coast. The peak rises more than 710m above sea level. Later you can enjoy a ride on “Popeye” on the Torrens River (own expense) for a different look at the city or immerse yourself in the culture of Adelaide’s North Terrace, before being transferred to your accommodation. (Dinner included)

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Day 2

We begin our day by travelling to Port Pirie. Smelters have been in operation here since 1889, and it became the biggest lead smelter in the world by 1934. We have a town tour then free time to explore this quaint little town, then continue to Port Augusta, situated on the Spencers Gulf. Whilst here we visit the Wadlata Centre, where you can take a journey back in time learning about South Australia and the Flinders Ranges. Later you can enjoy a boat cruise to the top of Spencers Gulf (own expense). (Breakfast & Dinner included)

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Day 3

We start the day by visiting Mathew Flinders Lookout in the Arid Botanical Garden, and then continue on to Lake Gairdner, the largest salt lake in South Australia. We follow the highway to Woomera, famous for its RAAF Woomera Range Complex (a large systems testing range covering an area of approximately 122,000 sq kms). In the afternoon we reach Coober Pedy, our home for two nights. (Breakfast & Dinner included)

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Day 4

We spend the day in Coober Pedy today. Coober Pedy mines over 92% of Australian opals and you have a chance to buy your very own opal today during our town tour, when you will also find out more about the unique practice of opal mining. In the late afternoon we travel to the breakaways for pre-dinner drinks and nibbles whilst watching a magical sunset. (Breakfast included)

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Day 5

Travel to Uluru and Kata Tjuta today, visiting Mt Conner and Lake Amadeus along the way, having a stop at the 1-million acre cattle property at Curtin Springs . We arrive at Yulara where you will have time to visit the town Centre before checking in to our accommodation and enjoying the amazing art installation—Field of Lights at the Rock in the evening (Breakfast included)

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Day 6

Today is all about the “Rock” and the “Olgas”. We enjoy a very information tour with a local guide, before having the opportunity to explore the area and visit the Cultural Centre . You may also fly over both attractions (own expense), before heading back to the “Rock” for a BBQ dinner and a spectacular sunset in the evening. (Breakfast & Dinner included)

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Day 7

Leaving Yulara today, we continue our journey to Kings Canyon in the Watarrka National Park. We take a walk into the Gorge, marvelling at its breathtaking 100m high walls. We return to our accommodation, then after settling in we view a beautiful sunset over the Watarrka National Park. (B,L,D) Note: Helicopter flight opportunity over Watarrka National Park (own expense). (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included)

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Day 8

On to Alice Springs where we visit the historic Telegraph Station and Anzac Hill Lookout before a visit to the stunning Simpson’s Gap, returning via Honeymoon Gap. Overnight in Alice. (Breakfast & Dinner included)

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Day 9

Today we visit the amazing Trephina Gorge Nature Park, known for its sheer quartzite cliffs, red river gums and sandy creek bed. Several waterholes attract native wildlife and provide a beautiful setting for visitors. We continue to Ross River Homestead for lunch. The appeal of Ross River lies in the truly remarkable N’Dhala Gorge Nature Park which contains some of the most dramatic and beautiful countryside in the West MacDonnell Ranges. Ross River Resort is the historic Loves Creek Homestead built in 1898 by the pioneering Bloomfield family as a working cattle station. Return to Alice in the afternoon. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included)

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Day 10

We head to town for some last minute shopping or for a last look around this outback town, before being transported to the airport for our flights home, after an amazing journey to the Red Centre. (Breakfast included)

Fights Perth—Adelaide/Alice Springs—Perth

Wadlata Centre

Arid Botanical Gardens

Mathew Flinders Lookout

Woomera Rocket Range

Coober Pedy / Opal Mine Tour

Kings Canyon

Mount Conner

Field of Lights at Uluru

Kata Tjuta and Uluru

Ross River Homestead

Trephina Gorge

Honeymoon Gap

Simpsons Gap

Alice Springs Telegraph Station

Anzac Hill

Reservations & Enquiries

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Phone: 1300 662 026

Email: info@aussieredbacktours.com.au

We are proud to be associated with All Aboard Coach Tours (school and community group catering and special functions) – All Aboard Coach Tours, and proud member of – Tourism Western Australia

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