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7-Day Adelaide to Alice Springs Desert Patrol
Discover the South Australian Outback and the Red Centre in 7 days. From the Flinders Ranges to Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, through the Oodnadatta track, Coober Pedy, Uluru and Kata Tjuta, admire the diversity of scenery, visit an Opal mine, a Kangaroo orphanage and learn about the aboriginal history and culture of this magnificent region.
Day 1 Adelaide - Angorichina
Escape the city and head north to the Flinders Ranges - the starting point for your outback desert adventure. Passing through small country towns like Quorn and Hawker, the scenery gradually changes to the legendary landscapes of the oldest continent on earth. Tonight stay at Angorichina, in the magnificent Parachilna Gorge.
Day 2 Angorichina - William Creek
Destination outback, with a day of driving the dirt road ahead. Along the Oodnadatta Track, follow the Old Ghan Railway and its long abandoned railway settlements. This is remote territory, with red, stony plains stretching to the horizon. Traverse the bottom of Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest salt lake. Stop at Coward Springs for a relaxing, all-natural spa. At William Creek (South Australia’s smallest town) camp under the desert stars and drink a beer in the iconic Aussie pub with the locals.
Day 3 William Creek - Coober Pedy
Taking an isolated track through Anna Creek, the world’s largest cattle station, head for the opal capital of the world - Coober Pedy. Take an underground tour to learn about the history of Coober Pedy and its opal. Free time is available to explore the charms of the town, such as Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage and Aboriginal Art Gallery or “noodle” for opals on your own. Tonight sleep like the locals do, underground in bunkhouse accommodation.
Day 4 Coober Pedy - Uluru (Ayers Rock)
It’s a big day of driving up the Stuart Highway to Uluru (Ayers Rock) with several pit stops en-route. Set up camp at Ayers Rock Resort Campground, for nights four and five before watching the sunset over Uluru, taking time to absorb the beauty and majesty of this place.
Day 5 Uluru (Ayers Rock)
A sunrise breakfast at Uluru, followed by a guided cultural walk around the base. Hear about Tjukurpa, the religious and social beliefs of the Anangu people leading you to an understanding of the cultural landscape. Visit the Uluru Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre before heading back to the camp for lunch and later, another stunning Uluru sunset.
Day 6 Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) - Watarrka NP (Kings Canyon)
Spend the morning at Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), hiking the magnificent Valley of the Winds followed by lunch and an afternoon drive to Watarrka (Kings Canyon). Camping tonight at Kings Creek.
Day 7 Watasrrka NP (Kings Canyon) - Alice Springs
A morning at the spectacular Watarrka, through the sandstone domes and down into the Garden of Eden. Return to camp for lunch and then begin the journey to your final destination, Alice Springs where you will arrive at approximately 6.30pm.