Alice Springs Ayers Rock Shuttle Bus
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Alice Springs Ayers Rock Shuttle Bus (One Way)
With hotel pickup at selected hotels, the Ayers Rock, Uluru shuttle from Alice Springs is certainly the best way to travel the 460 kilometer distance to Ayers Rock Resort.
Air flights direct to Ayers Rock Airport can be very expensive. The more affordable alternative is to fly into Alice Springs, see a few of the awesome attractions while your there and then catch the daily shuttle to Uluru. You will save big dollars if you take the shuttle bus option.
It is a good idea to get online and check out all the prices to grab the best price option.
If you want to see a few of the awesome tourist attractions around Alice Springs like Palm Valley or Standley Chasm, either on your way to Uluru or when you come back again, then you certainly will save money by flying into and out of Alice Springs to any capital city in Australia.
Fly to Alice first, then use the daily shuttle bus between Alice Springs and Ayers Rock.
You can see the West Macdonnell Ranges from the bus and there is a stop at the Outback Camel Farm for refreshments.
For those who feel like a little excitement, they can take a camel ride while at the farm at your own expense. the camel ride is one of those unique experiences that you can tell your friends and family about.
Sit back and enjoy the sightseeing and listen to the tales of pioneering hardship and aboriginal legends, as the driver points out places of interest and relates tales from the past.
This is the economical way to travel between Alice Springs and Uluru, departing at 7:00am and arriving at Ayers Rock Resort around 12.30pm. Book ahead as the shuttle bus fills quickly and you could miss out.
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