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Updated: Sep 6, 2022

Australia Tour (09Days/08Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at airport

In the evening visit the Uluru and Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

The listing of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park ensures the park remains a world-class destination for both its cultural and natural heritage. Visitors will continue to have a unique cultural experience at the park and leave knowing that the park is managed according to cultural practices that date back tens of thousands of years.

There are a number of sightseeing and cultural tours to Uluru that offer walks that visitors can take around the major attractions of the park. The Base Walk is one of the best ways to see Uluru. Other walks surrounding Uluru include the Liru Walk, Mala Walk and Kuniya walk, while the sunrise and sunset viewing areas provide great photo opportunities.

Moves are supported for the reintroduction of locally extinct animals such as mallee fowl, brushtail possum, rufous hare wallaby or mala, bilby, burrowing bettong and the black-footed rock wallaby This very important area also contains the marsupial mole, woma python, or kuniya, and great desert skink. The park has a very rich reptile fauna of high conservation significance, with 73 species having been reliably recorded.

Stay Night in there

Day 02

All the day enjoy at Uluru and Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

Day 03

Kings Canyon.

The walls of Kings Canyon are over 100 metres high, with Kings Creek at the bottom. Part of the gorge is a sacred Aboriginal site and visitors are discouraged from leaving the walking tracks.

Three walks exist at Kings Canyon. The two km (return) and approximately one-hour Kings Creek Walk traces the bottom of the gorge. At the end of the walk is a platform, with views of the canyon walls above. The six km (loop) Kings Canyon Rim Walk traces the top of the canyon and takes three to four hours to complete. A steep climb at the beginning of the walk, which locals call "Heartbreak Hill" (or "Heart Attack Hill", due to its steepness), takes visitors up to the top, with views of the gorge below and of the surrounding landscape. About half way during the walk, a detour descends to the Garden of Eden, a permanent waterhole surrounded by plant life. The last half of the walk passes through a maze of weathered sandstone domes, reminiscent of the Bungle Bungle.

overnight stay is at Kings Canyon.

Day 04

MacDonnell Ranges

The West MacDonnell National Park was established in 1984 to protect the numerous parks and reserves of the range, including internal residents inside the range. It also facilitated the development of the Larapinta Trail.

To the east of Alice Springs, within an hour's drive, are sites important to the local Arrernte people, many of which contain examples of Aboriginal rock art. These include Emily Gap, Jessie Gap, Trephina Gorge and N’Dhala Gorge.

To the west of Alice Springs is the Larapinta Trail—a world-class, long distance bush walking trail that runs 223 kilometres (139 mi) along the backbone of the range. Along the trail are Simpsons Gap, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek Big Hole, Serpentine Gorge, Ochre Pits, Ormiston Pound, Redbank Gorge, Glen Helen Gorge, Mount Sonder and Mount Giles.

Stay Night in Alice Springs

Day 05

Standley Chasm.

Standley Chasm is a geological formation located west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. It lies within the West MacDonnell National Park. The Western Arrernte Aboriginal people are its original owners; it is traditionally known as Angkerle Atwatye, meaning the Gap of Water. Standley Chasm is located in a reserve privately owned by the Iwupataka Land Trust.

The first European name for the formation was Gall Springs but it was renamed Standley Chasm in honour of Ida Standley, the first school teacher in Alice Springs.

The chasm is generally in shade for most of the day, but changes colour around noon when the sun is directly overhead, making this the most popular time of the day to visit.

Stay Night in Alice Springs

Day 06

Anzac Hill

ANZAC Hill, at 608 meters (1995 feet), is located in Alice Springs, in the Northern Territory of Australia.

The Arrernte name of ANZAC Hill have been recorded as both Untyeyetwelye and Atnelkentyarliweke.

A popular walk in Alice Springs is along the Lions Walk to ANZAC Hill. This observation point gives panoramic views over the township of Alice Springs. ANZAC Hill is also a Geodetic Fundamental Point for Surveyors, and levels are taken from a marker on the hill.

Stay Night in The Ghan

Day 07

Arrival in Katherine

City tour at Katherine & Stay Night in there

Day 08

Boat ride at Adelaide River

Litchfield National Park

Stay Night in Darwin

Day 09

City tour at Darwin

Move back to airport

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