Alice Springs to Melbourne Overland

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Get back to basics with this classic overland adventure. See the highlights and national parks of Australia’s Great Ocean Road and Grampians, Flinders Ranges and Red Centre in rugged, authentic style. Get up early and see the sun rise over Uluru. Check out one of the strangest towns in Australia – built underground. See some beautifully remote places in the Flinders Ranges


Embark on a Northern Territory and Southern Ocean adventure, from Alice Spings to Melbourne, taking in the region’s biggest and best-known drawcards along the way. Witness Uluru during a stunning sunrise, wander through the majestic canyons of Kata Tjuta and admire the views from Kings Canyon. Drive the famous Oodnadatta Track, and the famous Great Ocean Road. A region of exceptional landscapes and intriguing cultural attractions, this top to tail exploration of our country is a trip that will leave you with a profound appreciation of Australia’s raw and rugged natural beauty.

Breakfast Included: 7

Lunches Included: 7

Dinner Included: 7



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24-JUN-2019 04-JUL-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
01-JUL-2019 11-JUL-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
15-JUL-2019 25-JUL-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
22-JUL-2019 01-AUG-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
29-JUL-2019 08-AUG-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
05-AUG-2019 15-AUG-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
12-AUG-2019 22-AUG-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
19-AUG-2019 29-AUG-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
26-AUG-2019 05-SEP-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
02-SEP-2019 12-SEP-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
16-SEP-2019 26-SEP-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
23-SEP-2019 03-OCT-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
30-SEP-2019 10-OCT-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
07-OCT-2019 17-OCT-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
14-OCT-2019 24-OCT-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
21-OCT-2019 31-OCT-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
28-OCT-2019 07-NOV-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
04-NOV-2019 14-NOV-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
11-NOV-2019 21-NOV-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
18-NOV-2019 28-NOV-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
25-NOV-2019 05-DEC-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
02-DEC-2019 12-DEC-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A
09-DEC-2019 19-DEC-2019 AUD $1,510.00 N/A

Alice Springs/Kata Tjuta/Uluru

Starting in Alice Springs, we make our way to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and take a guided walk through the awe-inspiring Domes. We then head to Australia's most iconic landmark - Uluru. As the sun begins to set below the horizon, enjoy some tasty snacks and watch the rich colours change against the backdrop of a blazing Red Centre sunset. The perfect end to a remarkable day is awaiting you back at camp, as you enjoy a delicious spread of food with your group. If the weather permits, sit outside under the stars. Notes: Total driving time is approximately five and a half hours. Total walking time is around an hour.

Uluru sunrise

An early start this morning is rewarded with an Uluru sunrise. While the morning is fresh enjoy a walk around the base of Uluru, gaining insights into the land and the local First Peoples of Australia on an interpretive cultural walk to the Mutijulu waterhole with an Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander guide. Once you’ve had lunch, perhaps purchase some art and craft of the First Peoples of Australia at the Uluru Cultural Centre. Travel onto the exclusive campsite within Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon), where the group will eat and sleep for the night. Note: Total driving time today is around three and a half hours. Total walking time is approximately two hours.

Kings Canyon rim walk

Put your hiking shoes on after breakfast and head out to explore the formations and towering rock faces of Kings Canyon. The sheer size of the canyon is breathtaking. Trek for 6 kilometres along the Rim Walk, which takes you through a natural amphitheatre, past the striped sandstone domes of the ‘lost city’ and into the green oasis of the Garden of Eden. Stop for lunch before making your way to a campsite on the homestead of Erldunda, where you’ll spend the night at the Desert Oaks campsite at Erldunda, where you can meet one of Australia most unique wildlife species, the Emu at the Erldunda emu farm. Note: Total driving time today is around three hours. Total walking time is approximately two and half hours hour.

Coober Pedy

Depart early this morning and make your way to Coober Pedy, crossing the Northern Territory/South Australian border on the way (approximately five hours in total). Take a break to stretch your legs and enjoy lunch in the outback town of Marla. Coober Pedy is known as ‘The Opal Capital of the World’ and was one of the locations used to film the third Mad Max movie. Due to extremely hot temperatures in the area most of the town is constructed underground, with residents living in cave-like houses carved into the hillsides. Upon arrival, take a guided tour of the town, underground opal mine and museum. End the day hanging out with some rescued joeys at Josephine’s Gallery and Kangaroo Orphanage. Tonight stay in a multi-share underground bunkhouse in Coober Pedy. Note: Total driving time today is around four and a half hours. Total walking time is approximately half an hour.

William Creek

Today after breakfast we will travel into areas seldom seen by most tourists as we leave the sealed roads of the Stuart Highway behind us and travel on unsealed roads to one of the remotest towns in the world, William Creek. On the way we will travel through the largest Cattle Station in the world, Anna Creek. As we drive gaze out at the endless horizons as we pass by the lake with the longest name in the world, Lake Caddibarrawirracanna. Arriving into town we will set up camp and have dinner. After dinner lay down in your swag and fall asleep as you count the shooting stars. Note: Total driving time today is around two hours. Total walking time is approximately half an hour.


Today will be a long day of driving as we travel the famous Oodnadatta track to Quorn. Along the way we will visit Australia’s Largest lake, Lake Eyre. Visit the outback towns of Marree, Lyndhurst and Hawker. Stay tonight at the Mill Lodge, where you’ll also have dinner. Note: Total driving time today is around six hours. Total walking time is approximately half an hour.


In the morning, eat a big breakfast and hike up one of the many peaks in the Flinders Ranges. Make your way back to Adelaide through the rolling hills and vineyards of the Clare Valley, arriving into Adelaide in the early evening. Note: Total driving time today is around three and a half hours. Total walking time is approximately two hours.


Spend two days exploring Adelaide and surrounds. Perhaps take a tour of the wine region, head to Glenelg foreshaw or check out Leigh Street and Peel street for some night life and people watching.


Another full day to explore this lovely little city. Head up into the Adelaide Hills to try some delicious pinot noir, or check if there is an event at the National Wine Centre. The Botanic gardens are worth a stroll as is the Adelaide Oval if there is cricket or AFL on. Finish the evening in the East End, tasting some of Adelaide's fine wine and amazing food.

Adelaide to The Grampians

Leaving Adelaide in the morning, drive across the state border into Victoria and enter the Grampians. Go for a walk to view the Jaws of Death, hike down to McKenzie Falls and take in the incredible views from Reeds Lookout. Gain an insight into the customs of the land's traditional owners during a stop-in at the Brambuck Cultural Centre, then head into the heart of the Grampians, stopping en route for lunch. The last stop of the day will be a spot in the Grampians National Park where kangaroos, wallabies and koalas are often spotted. Note: Total driving time today is about seven and a half hours (approximately 550kms) Total walking time will be about two and a half hours (approximately 3.5kms)

The Grampians - Melbourne

Anothr early morning start, begin the journey along Australia's glorious Great Ocean Road. Explore Port Campbell National Park, checking out London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and the iconic Twelve Apostles rock formation, then sit back and soak up the mesmerising coastal views en route. Stop for the chance to spot koalas before passing through the charming beach towns of Apollo Bay and Lorne and then hit the highway back to Melbourne. Note: Total driving time today is about seven and a half hours (approximately 550kms) Total walking time will be about two hours (approximately 2kms)

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Trip Code: PBOAC

Group Size: 24

Start: Alice Springs

End: Melbourne

Duration: 11

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