Red Centre: Groovy Grape Alice Springs <> Adelaide 6 Days / 5 Nights


Red Centre: Groovy Grape Alice Springs <> Adelaide 6 Days / 5 Nights

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Start your Journey in the Red Centre or first experience the Southern Flinders Ranges, Coober Pedy - Opal Capital of the World, 2 Nights at Ayers Rock Resort Campground, Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon!

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Day 1 We depart Alice Springs and head towards Uluru. Nothing really prepares you for The Rock – it’s awesome! After lunch we visit the Cultural Centre to learn about the Aboriginal people of the region and walk around the base of Uluru. We end our first day with a spectacular sunset over Uluru. Tonight we camp at the Ayers Rock Resort Campground in comfy swags under the desert stars, our home for the next two nights.  

Day 2  A fantastic Uluru sunrise and breakfast before we head to sunrise and breakfast at The Rock, before we hike Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and the majestic Valley of the Winds with its incredibly ancient rock formations before returning to the campsite for relaxing afternoon and another Uluru sunset. 

Day 3 Today we visit Kings Creek Station, Australia’s largest exporter of wild camels and our camp site for tonight. We hike Watarrka (Kings Canyon) to experience the fantastic views of the gorge, huge sandstone walls and an immense canyon floor. Here we trek through the Garden of Eden and take a dip in the waterhole to cool down. There is time for you to swim in the pool or take up on any of the optional extra activities they have on offer. 

Day 4 Today we cruise to Coober Pedy, opal capital of the world. Incredible changing landscape, kangaroos, emus, eagles and road trains all unfold before us and a view of the striking sandstone colours of the Breakaways on the way. On arrival we visit the local kangaroo orphanage and later enjoy dinner, lots of stories and an overnight stay in an underground bunkhouse.  

Day 5 We spend the morning in Coober Pedy and take a tour of the town and an opal mine. We also have the opportunity to “noodle” for opals, visit an opal shop or any of the other underground attractions. We continue our journey south in the afternoon as we travel on down to the foothills of the Flinders Ranges where we sleep among the red gum trees of Stony Creek Bush camp. 

Day 6 This morning we hike Alligator Gorge for stunning views. We stop at a winery in the Clare Valley before cruising to Adelaide arriving at around 6pm.

What you see:

2 Nights at Ayers Rock Resort Campground
Kata Tjuta
Kings Canyon
Coober Pedy - opal capital of the world
Southern Flinders Ranges

What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, walking shoes, insect repellent, water bottle, bathers (swimming gear), and a sleeping bag (or hire one from us for $00). Otherwise all the usual stuff, and most important a sense of adventure!

Every Wednesday & Sunday APRIL - NOVEMBER at 6:30am

Every Wednesday, Friday & Sunday DECEMBER - MARCH at 6:30am

Picks up from all Alice Springs accommodations from 6;30am or Uluru (Ayers Rock Public Campgroung reception from 12:30pm)


Day 1 With an early start, we head north through one of Australia’s oldest wine regions, the Clare Valley. We enter the Southern Flinders Ranges and after lunch hike Alligator Gorge for stunning views of the Spencer Gulf and surrounding ranges and plains. Tonight we'll sleep in dormitory style accommodation.

Day 2 After breakfast we head to Coober Pedy, home to 80% of the world’s opal and a landscape a lot like Mars. We take a tour of an opal mine and check out some of the town’s unique underground attractions. We also make some new friends at Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage. Tonight we sleep like the locals – underground, in bunkhouse accommodation.

Day 3 We head towards Kings Canyon. On arrival we set up camp in an authentic camel station situated at the edge of the national park.

Day 4 We walk Watarrka (Kings Canyon) to experience the fantastic views of the gorge, huge sandstone walls and the immense canyon floor. The cool water hole in the Garden of Eden is just so special. After lunch we cruise tu Uluru to enjoy our first sunset at Uluru

Day 5 After another fantastic breakfast we enjoy a walk around the base of Uluru and spend time learning about the Aboriginal people at the Cultural Centre. We return to the campground for lunch and spend the rest of day soaking up the magic of Uluru.

Day 6 Up with the birds for breakfast, today it’s at Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). We hike the majestic Valley of the Winds with its incredibly ancient rock formations.  Lunch is at the campground, with a departure for the bar and swimming pool at Kings Creek Station ‘just down the road’.

Optional $30 sleeping bag hire fee


Pick up in Adelaide City from 6:30am

Adrenaline Plus Options Available:

Camel rides - Segawy tours - Scenic flights and Skydiving at Uluru

See here our T&C's.