Australia’s Red Centre

Day One
Arrive in Alice Springs, the quintessential Australian outback town. Visit one of the local galleries renowned for aboriginal art and lunch with the artists to gain a unique insight into their 50,000 year old culture.

Afternoon options include a bike tour aboard indigenous art dot-painted bikes or golf on one of the world’s renowned desert courses. A casual barbeque dinner at an exclusive outdoor dining location at the foot of the beautiful Eastern MacDonnell Ranges. Interactive entertainment includes
boomerang demonstrations, damper and billy tea preparation and bush ballad singing. .

Day Two
A hot air balloon flight over the spectacular desert landscape is followed by a champagne breakfast. Check out of the resort and fly to the very heart of Australia. Spectacular Uluru (Ayers Rock)
and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) are visible from the air and provide a sense of the vastness of this amazing country.

Check in to your award-winning ecosensitive resort. Activities include guided walks, excursions to explore the stunning flora & fauna, sunset safaris or just relaxing. Dinner poolside or at a range of resort venue options.

Day Three
A must-do experience is watching a desert sunrise. A picnic breakfast is followed by a guided walk around the base of the rock with a local indigenous guide. Optional activities include a camel ride across the desert, a Harley-Davidson circuit of Uluru or participation in a dotpainting workshop.

The dinner finale will be under a glittering canopy of stars at an outdoor venue overlooking the stunning desert landscape, where the resident ‘star-talker’ will tell tales about the constellations above.