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Join us for a five day camping adventure in Central Australia. Explore some of The Red Centres most iconic locations, including Uluru, Kings Canyon, and Tjoritja (the West MacDonnell Ranges). Visit Aboriginal Art Centres, meet Aboriginal artists and bushfood experts, and learn about the oldest living Culture. 


An experience to remember – a remote outback adventure with authentic cultural experiences. Learn about the oldest living Culture directly from Aboriginal people in Central Australia. You will be escorted by an experienced tour guide with extensive local knowledge for the entire trip. 


*This itinerary is designed to give you a rough idea about what to expect. the order of days might change, and the specific art centres we visit and cultural experiences we take part in are subject to availability. 

– Drive to Uluru 

– Explore the cultural centre 

– Bush medicine experience 

– Watch the sunset and observe the colour change of Uluru

– Uluru Base Walk

– Visit Kata Tjuta 

– Explore Yulara 

– Drive to Kings Canyon 

– Karrke bushfoods experience 

– Drive to West Mac’s

– Visit Albert Namatjira’s house

– Visit Aboriginal community of Hermansburg 

– Standley Chasm walk 

– Standley Chasm cultural experience 

– Simpsons Gap visit 

– Visit Alice Springs art centres: Tjampi Desert Weavers, Many Hands Art Centre, Tanganjerea. 

– Visit bush medicine centre * subject to opening times

– Drop off at your hotel 

– Eat healthy hearty dinners around a campfire

– Sleep in the most comfortable swags in Central Australia

– Wake up to a camp breakfast (inc. tea & coffee) surrounded by nature

– Toilets and showers available at most campsites.

A rocky landscape with a view to distant hills, and a tent set up in foreground

I'm not very outdoorsy... what is camping like??

We have a very comfortable camp set up, which includes all of the things you might need to stay comfortable outdoors. We have comfortable swags, hot tea and good coffee, and delicious freshly cooked meals to eat around the campfire. Our guide is used to helping first time campers get comfortable with the set up. 


The weather in Central Australia is usually dry (we are in a desert), but we have got tents available for  the rare night that we do get rain.

I don't know anything about Aboriginal culture... what should I expect?

Central Australia is home to a number of Aboriginal cultures, each of whom have different cultural practices. It is important to respect Culture, and learn some basic culturally accepted behaviours. Your experienced tour guide will give you a basic introduction to the Cultures of Central Australia. 

Uluru rock at sunset with light cloud cover in the sky picking up the sunset colours
close up of two silver platters with cheese, dip, biscuits, grapes, and dried fruit

Whats the food like?

GOOD. We offer healthy varied meals every day. Cold salads or sandwiches for lunch, and hot meals cooked in a camp oven for dinner. We try to accommodate dietary preferences as much as possible. We always have a vegetarian option. Make sure to let us know your dietary preferences when you book so we can order the correct quantities before heading out into the bush. 

What to bring:

Please let us know about any dietary or medical concerns when booking. This tour  will be rescheduled or cancelled in extreme weather.