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Alice Springs Day Tour



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Bus trip Alice Springs to Uluru, Olgas. Return to Alice Springs late evening same day.

Arial view of Ayers Rock, Uluru.This is a great tour for those with limited time in the red centre or those wishing to avoid paying costly accommodation at Ayers Rock Resort. Fabulous bus tour from Alice Springs to see Ayers Rock and The Olgas, what a terrific day trip!

Ayers Rock is some 460 kilometers distance by road from Alice Springs and it takes around 5 hours drive time. Stops will be made along the way for breakfast and snacks (own expense) before arriving at Ayers Rock Resort.

When you arrive at Uluru, ou will have a guided tour around the base and visit the famous Mutitjulu Waterhole, the life giving permanent waterhole so sacred to the Aboriginal people who have lived in the desert for thousands of years.

The approach road to The Olgas, Kata Tjuta.Visit the Uluru and Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and learn about Aboriginal culture and art. Reboard the bus and tour to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and walk in ancient valley's beneath the mysterious shaped domes.

Return to the Uluru sunset strip and sip cool sparkling wine while watching the changing colours of Uluru.

Enjoy a picnic dinner meal before boarding the bus for the journey back to Alice Springs, fully satisfied on a day to be remembered forever.

The full cost which includes hotel transfers, morning tea, sunset buffet dinner with sparkling wine or juice, guided walks at Mala and Mutitjulu Waterhole is around $226 per person. (Prices subject to change by tour company.)

(A national park entry fee of $25 per adult is now included in the price. Children may enter the national park free.)