4 Day 4WD Ayers Rock Tour Wallaby Dreaming
This 4 day small group Ayers Rock 4WD tour gives you a real taste of the outback desert region. The tour goes off road unlike other tours so you complete a loop to and from Alice Springs instead of going back on the same 400 kilometre road you traveled out to Ayers Rock from Alice Springs. A True Outback Experience you will treasure forever.
Time to Feel the Heartbeat of the Desert
Wayoutback offers real outback adventure with aussie style and quality. Wayoutback is a genuine small group operator carrying a maximum of 16 people in purpose built 4-wheel drive vehicles. In addition to experiencing the wonders of Uluru (tour Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Watarrka (Kings Canyon), This tour will give you the opportunity to experience desert driving on dirt roads, bush camps, eating food cooked over a campfire and sleeping under the most amazing southern stars you can imagine.
Learn From the Aboriginal Land Owners
Recently Wayoutback introduced a new option at Uluru giving you the opportunity to experience and learn directly from the aboriginal land owners of Central Australia. While at Uluru you can go on the Aboriginal guided Kuniya Walk+ where you will learn a great deal from Anangu people about their stories connected to Uluru and the close relationship they have with it. Please note that the Kuniya Walk is in place of doing the base walk or climbing Uluru (climbing is discouraged by Anangu) for clients that give priority to having a direct indigenous experience on tour.
(+Cost additional to Wayoutback tour)
Ayers Rock 4WD Tour - Day 1
The journey commences heading south to Erldunda driving through the Waterhouse and James Ranges with a stop at The Camel Farm for refreshments and a Camel ride if you’d like to ride a camel +. The tour also stops at Mt. Ebenezer Roadhouse where you can see and purchase Aboriginal artefacts. On the way to Uluru (Ayers Rock) there is a stop to view Atila (Mount Connor), a mesa tableland and the first massive rock formation of the trip.
After a stop for lunch and your arrival at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, you will head to the Cultural Centre and the opportunity to learn about the local Aboriginal law and religion (Tjukurpa) before a short guided walk at the base of Uluru. At this point you can take a full base walk, climb Uluru if you choose to do so, or join the Aboriginal guided Kuniya Walk +. Please note that the Kuniya Walk is in place of doing the base walk or climbing Uluru (climbing is discouraged by Anangu) for clients that give priority to having a direct indigenous experience on tour.
Of course no Uluru tour would be complete without experiencing the famous changing colours of the Rock at sunset, with complimentary sparkling wine and nibbles. It's a great time to kick back and think about the day and the expanse the desert.
(Lunch & Dinner)
Mt. Ebenezer Roadhouse
View Mt Connor (Atila)
Climb/Base Walk or Kuniya Walk at Uluru
Sunset at Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Ayers Rock 4WD Tour - Day 2
From a lookout close to your campsite you can view sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) before rolling up the swags and heading off to Kata Tjuta for a leisurely 7km stroll through the "Valley of the Winds". After stopping at the Resort for fuel and refreshments it’s off to Kings Creek Cattle Station with plenty of time to take a look at a working cattle station and for your second night of bush camping. Situated at our idylic and private campsite which really is 'Way-outback", complete with unique bush toilet and shower. With nobody else for miles, this camp has stunning views out over the George Gill Ranges and gives you a real feel for the outback. Dinner around the campfire makes for a very social time with another night out under the stars.
(Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) Sunrise
Ayers Rock Resort
Kings Creek Station
Outback Bush Camp
Ayers Rock 4WD Tour - Day 3
A leisurely start to the day before we head off to Watarrka (Kings Canyon) for an amazing 6km walk through the towering walls, crevices and rock formations of Kings Canyon. We'll visit the Amphitheatre and the Lost City plus a swim in the lush, quiet Garden of Eden if you wish (seasonal).
Later in the day we are four wheel driving along the famous Mereenie Loop Road keeping an eye out for wildlife along the way before arriving at our permanent camp at Glen Helen, nearby is a stunning waterhole that the aboriginal owners of this land believe is home to an ancient and powerful Rainbow Serpent.
(Breakfast & Lunch)
Watarrka (Kings Canyon)
Outback Dirt Roads
Mereenie Loop Road
Ayers Rock 4WD Tour - Day 4
This monring is spent exploring the mighty West MacDonell Ranges. We travel to Ormiston Gorge and take a swim in the rock holes and hikd the Ghost Gum Walk. We four wheel drive through Owen Springs Reserve following in the footsteps of the first European explorers before driving back to Alice Springs. We return you to your Alice Springs accommodation around 5.30pm. After you freshen up and wash the dust off, join your fellow travellers for a farewell meal, some laughs and a few cold beers.
4WD into Owen Springs Reserve
+ Optional extras additional to Wayoutback fare - Kuniya Walk, Camel Ride,
Itinerary may change due to seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.
Tour Code WO4 - Wallaby Dreaming tour
Departing Alice Springs 6.00am
Departing Ayers Rock Airport 1.00pm
Departure Days Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Tour Finishes Alice Springs Only 5.30pm Day 4
Maximum Passengers 16 - small groups
Cost Adult $1050.00
Cost Child 5 - 15 sharing with 2 adults $1050.00