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Australia: The Outback

  • Destination: Australia, Nature Tour, Overseas Tours, The Outback
  • Duration: 14 days

September 15 – September 30, 2021

Two Person / RV $8,295 – Subject to Change

ALL Australia & New Zealand Tours have a $500 NON-REFUNDABLE cancellation fee per person.

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Enter a fascinatingly remote world when you join us for this RV tour through The Outback.

Words fail, photos may illuminate, but Ayer’s Rock is one of those places you must experience to really understand. Known now by its Aboriginal name, Uluru (pronounced ooh la roo) is one big rock! In sunlight it glows; in shadows it hides. Smooth graceful curves, crater-sized pock marks, 500-ft. cracks, dark waterfall lines. As an elephant touched by blind men, it changes perspective at every turn. While Ayer’s Rock will be a highlight of the tour, you’ll love The Outback as well: the stark silent beauty, the clear nighttime Southern Cross skies, the glimpses of Aboriginal culture. Our tour starts from Darwin, visits Kakadu, one of Australia’s best national parks, threads its way through The Outback of Northern Territory to Alice Springs, past historic roadhouses, and thence to Ayer’s Rock. Along the way we will encounter wallabies, kangaroos and the unique birds of this arid region, often surprised by the many parrots and finches that call this home.

Your registration includes rental of a late model Class C turbo diesel vehicles accommodating two to four adults and including double bed, gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, shower, toilet, air-conditioning/heating, pressurized hot & cold water, and radio/CD player. Also included are linen, bedding, and kitchen equipment.

Itinerary

Day 1
Darwin, Northern Territory
● Darwin Hotel, Orientation, Welcome Dinner
Day 2 - 3
Howard Springs
● Breakfast at Hotel
● Pick-Up Rental RV’s & Groceries
● Howard Springs Nature Center
● Litchfield National Park
● Darwin’s East Point overlooking Timor Sea
● Darwin’s Thursday Market and Sunset over the Sea
Day 4 - 5
Kakadu National Park
● Fogg Dam, a Wet Paperbark Forest and Flooded Marshlands
● Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Park
● Aboriginal Guide
● Aboriginal Rock Paintings at Ubirr
● Monsoonal Forest and Billabongs
● Oenpelli / Gunbalanya by all-terrain vehicle (if possible)
Day 6
Katherine
● Sunrise Boat Tour at Yellow Water
● Estuarine Crocodiles, Thousands of Plumed Whistling-Ducks,
– White-bellied Sea-Eagle and more
● Breakfast at Yellow Water
Day 7
Daly Waters
● Nitmiluk National Park boat cruise on Katherine River through Gorge
● The Outback from Katherine, Past Larrimah, to Daly Waters
● Bowers of Great Bowerbird
● Dinner at Daly Waters Outpost
Day 8
Tennant Creek
● Encounter Incredibly Long Truck-Trains
● Battery Hill Mining Centre at Tennant Creek
Day 9
Devils Marbles, Stuart Highway
● Devils Marbles: Strange Rock Formations
– which Glow Fiery Red at Sunset and Dawn
● Cross Tropic of Capricorn
● Desert Side Road: Flocks of Zebra Finches, Budgerigar
– and other Parrots and Honeyeaters
Day 10
Alice Springs
● School of the Air
● Royal Flying Doctors Base
● Historic Telegraph Station
● MacDonald Range and Simpson’s Gap, a Wildlife Oasis:
– Black-Footed Rock Wallabies and Wedge-Tailed Eagles
● Desert Park, an Environmental Education Facility
Day 11 - 12
Ayer’s Rock, Uluru
● Stuart’s Well Roadhouse
● Sunset over Uluru
● Tours of Uluru and Kata Tjuta
● Sounds of Silence Dinner and Entertainment
Day 13
Alice Springs
● Last Travel Day Through The Outback
Day 14
Cairns
● Return RV’s
● Air Flight to Cairns, Queensland
● Cairns Hotel
● See Australia – Queensland Tour for Continuation of Tour

Tour Features

– Class C turbo diesel Apollo Euro Deluxe RV –  accommodating two to six adults, includes three double beds,  gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, shower, toilet, air-conditioning/heating, pressurized hot & cold water, and radio/CD player. Also included are linen, bedding, and kitchen equipment.  Click here to see layout.
– RV Park Campground Fees (some sites do not offer electricity)
– Naturalist and Aboriginal Guide at Kakadu
– Entrance Fees
– Naturalist and Historical Guide at Uluru
– Airfare to Cairns
– Ground Transportation from Airport to Hotel
– Customized Bird and Mammal Checklists for Nature Sites
– Services of Professional Naturalist
– “What you Should Know Before you Leave” Preparatory Document

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Tour Route

Total Miles Traveled – 1727

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Australia: The Outback

  • Adventure Caravans provides a well-run & organized tour. The fact that we have gone on 3 tours & have scheduled another one, says a lot about the quality of the produce they provide. Byron & Janet W.
    Byron & Janet W.
  • When we signed up for the tour all we knew was that we were going to Alaska. Adventure Caravans made this trip, for us, a once in a lifetime experience. Everything was taken care of, all we had to do was leave in the morning and be in the next campground by a certain time. We enjoyed every facet of the tour from the log meetings and socials to the tours and our free time. Kudos to the wagon masters and to Penny and Tom. The icing on the cake are the wonderful friends that we made and know we will keep in touch. The camaraderie among the whole group was amazing but the trip left us with memories for a lifetime. Thank you Adventure Caravans.
    Alaska Caravan Guest
  • If you are looking for both informative history and well run outing Adventure Caravans does both.
    Rick H. – Civil War 2019
  • A true pleasure in every sense. Staff and Rally Masters were knowledgeable, professional and great people. Time well spent and enjoyed. Michael H. Link
    Michael Link
  • With Adventure Caravans you do and see more things than if you try to do the travel on your own. Many places we had never heard of before and therefore would not have experienced………Dan & Margaret M.
    Dan & Margaret M.
  • We would never experience such a variety of activities, visit so many places or meet so many interesting people if we traveled on our own. A big plus. Safety in numbers! Allan & Pat
    Allan & Pat H.