Unique Things You Can Only Do in the The Australian Outback
The Australian Outback is one of the most majestic, intriguing and wondrous places you can visit in the world. The Outback is full of things to see and do, as well as rich in Aboriginal culture. Many of our trips feature visits that take you the outback, if you want a tailor-made vacation created just for you, our experienced agents can plan the perfect vacation for your needs, just call 800-788-0829 and let us create the ideal trip for you. Here are some experiences that you can only have in the Australian Outback and some reasons that you to visit the Outback!
Uluru is a beautiful place that lies in the heart of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Standing 1141 feet tall, it sits at the center of the landscape. This is the perfect spot to watch the sunrise or sunset, gather for a picnic, or take Camp a guided tour with a Aboriginal guide where you will learn about ancient aboriginal culture and traditions
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Camping in swags
Sleeping outside, in a traditional Australian bedroll around the campfire is something that you need to experience to understand how special this is. Snuggle up in your swag and dream away under a sky full of stars. And no, snakes don’t want to sleep in your swag so don’t worry.
Experience the Field of Light
Uluru is sacred to the Aborigines, full of ancient ancestoral spirits, tales and intrigue. The Field of Light is an incredible exibition, a display that spans over 7 football fields. You will see a garden of over 50,000 lights. This is an incredible experience, ask your travel team agent about booking a tour by calling 1-800-788-0829!
See Flinders’ Range
These ancient mountains are a sight to see with the red tone in the rocks from the mineral deposits.
Drive along Endless Roads
The roads are so long that you can drive for hours without seeing other vehicles or passing thru cities. The longest stretch of road is between South Australia between Glendambo and Coober Pedy, you will drive on a stretch of road about 250kms long without passing any houses, towns or road houses!
Go skydiving at Uluru
Why not go skydiving! A scenic flight, the thrill of a free fall and a peaceful parachute ride all combined in one package. With Uluru on one side and Kata Tjuta on your other side it’s an experience you will never forget.
Experience The Oldest Surviving Culture Today
Did you know that the Aboriginal culture is the oldest civilization that is still surviving today? Aborigines are the original inhabitants of Australia and have different languages, lifestyles and beliefs. As you travel thru the Outback you will learn the spiritual meanings and significance of the Outback.
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