Tours and Attractions

Touring the spectacular landscapes of Central Australia is far more than a sightseeing holiday: it’s an adventure, an escape, and a time of personal discovery.

You are in awe as the first light of day turns the grey monolith of Uluru /Ayres Rock a deep, smouldering red. You are dwarfed by the thirty-six brooding, domed rocks of Kata Tjuta / the Olgas: you marvel at how the Devils Marbles balance silently and precariously, as they have for millennia. You stand on the red cliffs of Kings Canyon, gazing down into the fresh pools of blue water, surrounded by its garden of prehistoric cycads.

It’s all here, waiting for you to experience, explore and enjoy – please see a list of tours and attractions below.

  • Wrightsair

    Multi-award winning Wrightsair, “The Spirit of the Outback”, has been operating scenic and charter flights from some of the remotest towns in Australia, Coober Pedy and William Creek, since 1992, over the most stunning landscapes.   Specialising in flights over Kati Thanda (Lake Eyre), the largest salt-lake in Australia, and the dramatic landscapes of the […]

  • Red Desert Reptiles

    The Red Desert Reptiles Show is an educational and entertaining experience for the whole family to enjoy. Join Danny as he introduces you to some special creatures of the Red Desert of Central Australia. Meet Bruce the blue tongue lizard (Lungkata), Wolverine the bearded dragon (Ngapala), Max the Mulga also known as a king brown […]

  • Camels Australia – Alice Springs

      The iconic Camels Australia, established by the late Noel Fullerton in the late 1980s, is under new ownership. Together, locals John Herlaar and Simone Dann have embarked on this long-term community project, with the vision to realise a world-class meeting place of Solace in an Eco-Tourism Retreat. The farm, nestled at the base of […]

  • Yubu Napa Art Gallery and Gift Shop

    Yubu Napa Art Gallery and Gift Shop is dedicated to providing the best quality artwork whilst ensuring the artists that work with them are treated well, by providing a comfortable space in which to work, as well as being paid fairly for their beautiful and talented artwork. They have always encouraged artists to try new […]

  • Uluru Motorcycle Tours

    Uluru Motorcycle Tours offer a fun filled adventure on the back of a Harley Davidson Motorcycle or a three-wheeler trike. Offering anything from a quick 30-min spin to the ultimate sunset tour, and with over 10 years’ experience, you are guaranteed an unforgettable experience. Contact Details Address Ayers Rock Resort Town Square, Yulara Phone (08) […]

  • Uluru Hop On Hop Off

    Uluru Hop On Hop Off has been providing first-class, personalised service to visitors from across the world for over 20 years. The Uluru Hop On Hop Off team have an enormous amount of local knowledge and have a friendly and flexible approach to the business. Visitors can be picked up from their Hotel or accommodation. […]

  • Uluru Camel Tours

    For an unforgettable Uluru adventure hitch a ride on a camel train with the multi award-winning Uluru Camel Tours. They’re the largest working camel farm in Australia with the most spectacular location. Home to over 60 beautiful camels, they offer a camel experience that can’t be beaten anywhere in Australia, with stunning views of World […]

  • Tjanpi Desert Weavers

    Tjanpi Desert Weavers is a social enterprise of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council, created to enable women in remote central deserts to earn their own income from fibre art. Tjanpi represents more than 400 Aboriginal women artists from 26 remote communities on the NPY lands. The NPY lands cover approximately 350,000 square kms […]

  • Tangentyere Artists

    Around 400 Artists make up Tangentyere Artists; an Alice Springs based Aboriginal owned Art Centre providing Arts training and Workshops as well as Marketing and Sales support for the artists. The unique quality of Tangentyere Artists is that it represents the breadth and depth of Central Australian cultural diversity. Hence there is a huge diversity […]

  • Standley Chasm

    Standley Chasm (Angkerle Atwatye) is an inspiration regardless of either the weather or the time of the day, but the Chasm is at its most dramatic an hour either side of noon on a sunny day. Then the sheer walls glow from reflected sunlight to create a breath-taking display of stark form and rich colour. […]