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7 Nights / 8 Days

Fascinating Australia Tour

Perth- Ayers Rock- Kings Canyon- Alice Springs

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Overview

Indian Holiday offers the Fascinating Australia Tour, a package of 7 nights and 8 days that lets you explore some unique and exotic places in Australia. During the itinerary, you will visit some exciting destinations in Australia, including Perth, Ayers Rock, Kings Canyon, and Alice Springs. 

Note: This is a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We customize holidays for your specific requirements. Contact us if you want modifications so we can customize a holiday to suit your needs for an unforgettable international tour.

Trip Highlights
  • Exciting activities in the Pinnacles Desert of Nambung National Park, Perth.
  • An unforgettable tour of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
  • An open-air dinner with a view of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Uluru (Ayers Rock).
  • Enchanting sunrise and sunset at Uluru.
  • A guided walk into Walpa (Olga) Gorge.
  • Visit the stunning Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park.
  • Explore Alice Springs, the most popular outback town in the world.
Itinerary Details
DAY 01: Arrival in Perth

After you arrive at the Perth airport, get an assisted transfer to your pre-booked hotel. After you've finished the check-in formalities, spend the day at leisure. Stay overnight in Perth.

DAY 02: Perth sightseeing

After relishing breakfast, leave for sightseeing in Perth. Visit Fremantle to get a sneak peek into the casual lifestyle of the locals. Today, you get to explore Perth's prime attractions, including King Park Botanical Gardens. Then, enjoy a leisurely walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walk. Later, have a scenic drive past Cottesloe Beach. Night stay in Perth.

DAY 03: Perth- Nambung National Park

On day 3, have breakfast and explore the well-known Nambung National Park to enjoy a great view of the Pinnacles Desert, home to exotic limestone spires. Enjoy a drive over the dunes and interact with the wildlife, taking pictures of the cute koalas. You can also try your hand at sandboarding. After that, you can visit a wildflower shop or enjoy swimming (subject to weather conditions). Stay overnight in Perth.

DAY 04: Perth - Ayers Rock

Once you have your breakfast, proceed to the airport to catch a flight to Ayers Rock. After arriving, check in at your pre-booked hotel. Later, enjoy a tour of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to visit the Cultural Center and take a stroll to the waterhole of Mutitjulu. After that, take a guided tour of MalaWalk. During sunset, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine at Uluru. Next, relish an open-air dinner under the stars, accompanied by champagne, with the sound of the didgeridoo filling the air. Finally, enjoy spectacular views of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Uluru (Ayers Rock). Overnight stay at Ayers Rock.

DAY 05: Ayers Rock - Kings Canyon

Get up early today to have a great view of the sunrise at Uluru. Enjoy the beautiful scenery after your tea or coffee. After breakfast, proceed to the western area of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, where you will arrive at the gigantic 36-rock domes of Kata Tjuta. Have a guided walk into Walpa (Olga) Gorge and admire the beauty sprinkled all around. In the afternoon, proceed to the stunning Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park. Overnight stay in Kings Canyon.

DAY 06: King Canyon - Alice Springs

Post-breakfast, continue to the outstanding formations of Kings Canyon. You can opt for a guided walk along the rim that takes you to the canyon rim, passing through the Lost City towards the Garden of Eden. However, to embark on this walk, you must be extremely fit. Finally, you arrive at the canyon floor walk, where you reach the towering orange walls. In the afternoon, begin traveling to Alice Springs. Halt at the Kings Creek Station, an outback cattle and camel station. This station is the largest exporter of wild camels in Australia, selling for various purposes. Stay overnight in Alice Springs.

DAY 07: Alice Springs

After breakfast, you get a chance to explore Alice Springs. This place is the most popular outback town in the world. Here you can also get an insight into the region's history and wildlife. This place is the spiritual heart of Australia's Red Centre. Overnight stay in Alice Springs.

DAY 08: Departure

Today is the last day of your tour when you get transferred to the airport to board a flight for your onward journey.

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Faqs

Q: What is Fremantle best known for?

Ans: Fremantle Harbour serves as the entryway for the numerous cargo ships, cruise ships, ferries, and recreational vessels that berth at the port in the Inner Harbour, which is a crucial port for Western Australia. In addition, ferries and smaller recreational boats sail the 20 km up the Swan River to Perth.

Q: What is Pinnacles desert famous for?

Ans: The incredible Pinnacles are naturally occurring limestone formations created 25,000 to 30,000 years ago after the sea withdrew and left behind piles of seashells. The pillars became exposed to the elements when coastal storms gradually eroded the surrounding sand.

Q: What are 4 interesting facts about Uluru?

Ans: The four interesting facts are:

  1. There are two names for Uluru (Uluru / Ayers Rock).
  2. Uluru is a part of the local region for Indigenous population.
  3. The Eiffel Tower is shorter than Uluru.
  4. It has two UNESCO World Heritage listings.
Q: What is famous about Alice Springs?

Ans: Alice Springs is a flourishing, vibrant outback center that is equally renowned for the character of its residents as it is for the natural beauties surrounding it, such as the breathtaking Larapinta Trail and the MacDonnell Ranges.

Q: What is the best time to visit Alice Springs?

Ans: One of the best seasons to travel in autumn, which features warm days and chilly nights. The typical range of temperatures is 12°C–27°C. Wintertime average temperatures range from 4.8°C to 20°C, with July being the coldest month.



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