Tours

Explore the best of the Red Centre with a range of different tours.

Often labeled as the “heart” of the entire Australian continent, the Red Centre - containing such iconic natural Australian features as Ayers Rock / Uluru, The Olgas, Kakadu National Park and much more - is one of the most sought after and highly visited locations in the country. Tours of the Red Centre will take you to all of these hotspots and more while eliminating the difficult (and sometimes hazardous) ordeal of having to navigate harsh desert environments. Tours to these great sites which are located in the Northern Territory, which has become highly popular both domestically and internationally due to its unusually high mass of stone features in an otherwise fairly flat landscape.

Click any of the locations below to view a full range of tour options for that destination and explore the best of the Australian outback!

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Tours

Explore two of Australia’s most iconic and intriguing natural formations; Uluru and The Olgas.

Alice Springs

Learn all about the history of this impressive rock formation and its surrounds with this detailed guide.

Darwin

Learn about Uluru’s significant cultural importance to the traditional land owners; the Mutitjulu people.

Why book a tour?

The Red Centre is considered to be the heart of Australia and is located in the southern end Northern Territory. Getting to and around the region on your own can be quite a tough feat, an organised tour is the recommended way to explore the region to ensure you see all of the major highlights while be transported safely around the state. All of the organised tours listed on this site will help take the stress out of planning every necessary detail of your trip, with many of them including meals, transport and commentary about the region.

If you’re a visitor to this country, it’s important to know that the Australian outback is incredibly large and takes a considerable amount of time to explore. What many aren’t aware of is the distance covered when travelling to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park from the closest township; Alice Springs. Despite what many may think, this isn’t a short nor a quick trip, stretching up 494.7 kilometres (307.4 miles) and taking around 6 hours one way.

An organised tour is one of the easiest ways to get around and see the best of the Red Centre, travelling on your own to the hub of the National Park; Ayers Rock Resort, and then continuing forward with day tours around the region is an ideal way to explore if you don’t know where to go or what to do. See all of our available tours to help you plan the perfect trip to the Red Centre.

Book an Outback Tour Today

To begin your journey into Australia’s heartland, book online or give our consultants a call on 1300 935 532.