This accompanied geotour delivers a unifying interpretation of geology and landscape of Australia’s Red Centre, highlighting as well a comprehensive overview of the region’s natural and cultural heritage.
Either led by a geologist or a self-guided option of a geotour in Central Australia:
Outstanding geology and geomorphology highlights including Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, and the West MacDonnell Ranges.
Experience a visit to the dramatic Uluru – at both sunrise and sunset, the indigenous cultural centre and an indigenous guided tour, and a Field of Light experience at Uluru, a visit to Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon and quality accommodation at the Kings Canyon Resort, and then along the Red Centre Way to the spectacular geology and landscapes of Ormiston Gorge and Standley Chasm, West MacDonnell Ranges.
In Alice Springs, visits are scheduled to the spectacular Desert Wildlife Park, the Botanic Gardens, the Earth Sanctuary – World Nature Centre (inclusive of dinner), and a very memorable wildlife encounter to be enjoyed at the Kangaroo Sanctuary.
The Araluen Cultural Centre, the historic Telegraph Station, and the Royal Flying Doctor Service complete the outstanding cultural experiences.
Service TypesNature and wildlife
Disabled AssistanceCaters for limited mobility
AccreditationTour Guiding Association