MELBOURNE TO ALICE SPRINGS TOUR

If you are planning ongoing for a travel group to take you to the Melbourne to Alice Springs tour, there are some things which you need to know beforehand. Don’t worry; we have gathered them all for you.

DAY 1: ALICE SPRINGS TO SIMPSONS GAP (25KM)

When in Alice Springs, it is suggested to spend two to three hours with the species found at the Alice Springs Desert Park that is located right around the ends of the town.  Here you can find the local species and at night time you can see some night animals known as the bilbies. One can also drive out to the Simpsons Gap where the chasm looks really amazing during the daytime. Although, if you are in for an experience and want to remember something for a good long time, come back by the evening with 2 or 3 lights with you and go for a bat spying adventure at the waterhole.

DAY 2: ALICE SPRINGS TO GLEN HELEN (150KM)

On your day 2, going from the Alice Springs to the Glen Helen, one should pack and carry with them the necessities like tennis shoes and bathing suit as the day is planned for exploring rough and mysterious waterholes. The first stop shall be at the Standley Chasm where you will be allowed for a 20 to 25 minutes random walking and then a quick bite at their famous bistro. If you want to go for a dip, Ellery Creek Big Hole is also situated around 60km from the area that is one of the ideal spots to visit as well.

DAY 3: GLEN HELEN TO KINGS CANYON (230KM)

As you make your way in the direction of the Kings Canyon with some stops at the posts and Tnorala, the street get a bit sandy. Although, talking about the Kings Canyon, it is a enormous cavity framed by a comet several years ago.

DAY 4: WALK THE RIM OF KINGS CANYON (WATARRKA NATIONAL PARK)

Stretch your legs after long hours’ drive and enjoy at the King Canon. The three hour stay around the edge of the canyon is a must yet a one hour walk at the Kings Creek in to the floor of the gorge is something one shouldn’t miss. Checking out the appalling piece of the wilds by means of a camel ride, bicycle visit or a helicopter flight is something you opt for.

DAY 5: KINGS CANYON TO AYERS ROCK RESORT (300KM)

Get yourself ready for a long journey of a four hours’ drive to see Uluru. This is one of the most interesting parts of the trip as you are going to remember this for life. Stop by at the Curtin Springs Wayside Inn to grab a mouthwatering lunch to fill in your tummy. Later, when you get to the Ayers Rock Resort, look at the night sky on the Family Astro Tour. The stars that can be seen here are astonishing and will literally make you fall in love with the sky.

 DAY 6: ULURU/AYERS ROCK RESORT

Guided tours can be found here around the base of the stone that allows showing the kids the social importance of a resort which includes free original description and dabbing painting workshops. Make sure you aren’t missing the 3pm journey through the Wintjiri gallery and the execution at 4pm every Friday to Tuesday by the Putitja Dancers which is additionally free.

DAY 7: ULURU/AYERS ROCK RESORT

Lastly, the two hour reptile visit and the hedge tucker with the native guide allow you to tasting conventional shrub food while finding out how do the locals survive in the desert life. The overall trip is an awesome experience to complete off the tour. Check this link https://www.groovygrape.com.au/ to find out more details.