The historical and geographical sites of the Red Centre tour of Central Australia is one of the most iconic, breath-taking experiences one could ever enjoy. Red soil, Aboriginal culture, and remote natural beauty will surround you, and challenge you to absorb the essence of the Australian outback. You can join other fun-loving voyagers on this fascinating journey in the 3 DAY COCKATOO DREAMING RED CENTRE SAFARI! Continue reading to learn more about five fantastic components of this safari that make it truly remarkable.
There is a reason Australia is also known as the outback. Thousands of square kilometres, from tropical rain forests and white beaches to barren deserts and imposing mountain ranges comprise this beautiful continent, just waiting to be explored.
Alice Springs is a popular visiting spot for the Australian Safari Red Centre tours, as it offers natural beauty, culture, history and a convenient location for luxurious accommodations that can be expected from the largest town in Central Australia. Alice Springs has a unique culture as it has influences from both European settlers and Aboriginal People.
A description of Australia’s national landscapes calls The Red Centre “the physical and metaphysical center of the country”, rich in Aboriginal culture and breathtaking natural monuments. The area contains distinctive desert wildlife, including many rare species of mammals, birds and reptiles and is one of the most beautiful regions of the vast Australian outback. In addition to the dusty red roads and gigantic blocks of rock, the landscape has green vegetation and abundant waterholes.
People around the world across many different cultures love to camp, either in modern, amenity-packed campgrounds or in the back country, away from other people for a true experience of solitude in the wild. In some places this is called “wilderness camping”, while in others it’s known as “rustic”, “primitive” or “dispersed” camping.
Our Red Centre Tours visit Oak Valley or Rainbow Valley Aboriginal Communities as part of our 2, 2.5 and 5 Day Tours. We have exclusive access to Oak Valley and some areas of Rainbow Valley where you will interact with Aboriginal people working their land along with endless stories about their culture.
Located near the centre of Australia, the West MacDonnell Ranges are an impressive mountain ranges that run parallel ridges that travel to the west and to the east of Alice Springs. These ranges cover a distance of 644km, and contain spectacular sites to all travelers and adventurers both.
There are many Red Centre and Top End tours to choose from, however Wayoutback are the Outback tour specialists. We focus on creating authentic, memorable journeys that include both the Outback travel icons like Uluru, but also some of the Territory’s lesser known gems.