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This package includes our popular Overnight Uluru Camping Tour plus 2 night’s accommodation before and after the tour. The package starts in Alice Springs and ends at Ayers Rock Resort.


The Awesome Bits: 2 Day / 3 Night Alice to Uluru Package

  • Uluru Experience
  • Uluru Sunset
  • Uluru_Kata Tjuta Sunrise
  • Kata Tjuta Valley of the Winds
  • Aboriginal Culture


What’s Included: 2 Day / 3 Night Alice to Uluru Package

  • Snacks at the Uluru sunset
  • Accredited, experienced tour guides
  • Permanent campsite with kitchen, toilets & hot showers
  • 4 person Safari tents
  • Quality swags if you choose to sleep under the stars
  • Air conditioned mini-bus, fitted with seat belts
  • Quality healthy meals and drinking water
  • Uluru park entrance fee ($25pp)
  • 1 night in a dorm room at Alice Lodge Backpackers with linen, pillows and duvet (doona), free internet / WiFi and continental breakfast (on night 1)
  • 1 night in a 4 share dorm room at Outback Pioneer Lodge with linen, pillows and blankets (on night 3)


Tour Itinerary: 2 Day / 3 Night Alice to Uluru Package

This package starts at Alice Springs and ends in Ayers Rock.

Day 1: Arrive in Alice Springs

Make your way to Alice Lodge Backpackers where you will spend your first night in a dorm room.

Day 2: Alice Springs to Uluru

We pick you up outside Alice Lodge Backpackers at 5.45am and drive through the beautiful outback, our first stop will be an outback roadhouse for a quick breakfast (at your own expense), back on the road and a short stop for viewing of Mount Connor and the Salt lakes before arriving to Yulara.

After lunch we drive to our first stop in the Uluru national park where you can pick one of the following Uluru experiences:

  1. Visit the Cultural Centre and enjoy 2 guided Uluru base walks (Mala & Mutitjulu Waterhole).
  2. Full 10km Uluru base walk (unguided), Cultural Centre visit not included.
  3. Uluru climb (unguided, if open), Cultural Centre visit not included (please note: Uluru is a sacred site and the Anangu people ask visitors to respect their culture by not climbing the rock).

This evening we watch a spectacular Uluru sunset while enjoying snacks. After sunset we drive to our campsite for hot showers and a hearty meal. Depending on your mood you can choose to sleep in a permanent 4 share safari tent (bunk beds) or in a swag (Aussie bedroll) under millions of outback stars. (L,D)

Optional upgrade to twin tents available at $40/person per tour – twin tent upgrade price includes sleeping bag and pillow.

Optional camel ride is available at your own expense – passengers starting in Alice Springs only.


Day 3: Uluru Sunrise and Kata Tjuta to Kings Creek Station

Up early for breakfast before catching a spectacular Uluru sunrise. We then head to Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas) for a guided 5.5km walk through the Valley of the Winds, returning to camp for lunch.

After lunch we will drop you off at Outback Pioneer Lodge, Ayers Rock Resort, where you will spend the night in a 4 share dorm room. (B,L)


Frequently Asked Questions: 2 Day / 3 Night Alice to Uluru Package

What is a swag?

A swag is made from strong canvas, sewn like a large sleeping bag with a comfortable sponge mattress inside providing warmth, comfort and security. You sleep in your sleeping bag inside the swag – so it’s much warmer than a tent!

What are the departure and arrival times?

Day 2: Alice Lodge Backpackers pick-ups approximately 5:45am.

Day 3: Drop off at Outback Pioneer Lodge, Ayers Rock Resort, is after an early lunch.

Can I bring my family?

This package is designed for adults due to the accommodation being in a shared dorm room. If you would like to bring children along, please get in touch and we can create a custom package for your family upon request.

What fitness level is required?

A real spirit of adventure and a medium level of fitness is required. There is a lot to see over the 3 days and this tour can be fast paced at times. It is important to note that Central Australia experiences extreme weather conditions during summer. Participation is required from passengers on our camping tours for things such as meal preparation and firewood collection (as requested by guide).

What amenities are at the campsites?

All our campsites have hot showers and toilets, screened kitchens with electricity to charge cameras or phones. We have permanent 4 share safari tents at all our campsites. We also have twin share tents for those who like a bit of privacy – $40/person/tour.

What should I bring on tour?

Travel voucher, 2 x 1.5 litres of water (per person), sleeping bag (can be hired for $15/person – $20/person from 01/04/17 onwards), strong non-slip walking shoes, hat (wide brimmed is best), fly net, sunglasses, sunscreen, toiletries, torch (flash light), swim wear (warmer months), towel, camera, casual and comfortable clothing (cool, light clothing is best in summer and warm clothing for winter), travel pillow, a small overnight bag.

How many people are on each tour?

We have a maximum of 24 passengers on camping tours. Participation is required from passengers on our camping tours for things such as meal preparation and firewood collection (as requested by guide).

Sleeping Bags

If you join one of our camping tours you will need a sleeping bag regardless of whether you decide to sleep in a permanent 4 share safari tent (bunk beds) or in a swag (Aussie bedroll).

Sleeping bag hire is available on request at a charge of $15 per person – $20 per person from 1 April 2017. Please request this at the time of booking.

Conditions of Travel

By booking our tours you have read and accepted our conditions of travel, including the terms and conditions and cancellation policy. Please click here for the full conditions of travel.

Prices are valid to 31 March 2017. From 1 April 2017, price will be $445/adult.