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.
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.