Exclusive Uluru & Alice Springs Private Charter Weekend Getaway Departing Gladstone

From $4,458
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Inclusions

  • Tour host
  • Direct private jet charter^ flights from Gladstone - Uluru (Ayers Rock Airport) - Alice Springs - Gladstone including a scenic fly over of Uluru & Kata Tjuta.
  • Uluru sightseeing tour & Cultural Centre visit.
  • Spit Roasted Lamb Barbecue at the Uluru Camel Farm.
  • Transfers from airport to accommodation.
  • 2 night stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs including daily breakfast.
  • Half day Standley Chasm sightseeing tour including lunch.
  • $200 Red Centre Experience Voucher# per person to tailor your getaway in Alice Springs. Perhaps choose from a helicopter flight, a camel ride, a tour of the West MacDonnell Ranges, or even a hot air balloon flight – the choice is yours!

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Fly directly from Gladstone to Uluru and Alice Springs on a private charter^ for an epic 2-night hosted adventure. Witness and experience incredible Uluru and discover the historical beginnings of Alice Springs and surrounds. With the convenience of direct flights, you can make the most of your time in the Red Centre. Spend a day visiting Uluru, one of Australia’s most iconic sights, before spending 2 nights based in Alice Springs with a sightseeing tour included and time to explore the town and its surrounds at your own pace.

Price based on 2 guests with Summer Sale discount - $4,458 (single $2,539)
Standard Price $5,458 twin share (single $2,939)

 

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Inclusions

Private charter flight:

Fly aboard an exclusive private charter jet from Gladstone directly into Ayers Rock Airport (Uluru) on the Friday for a day tour before flying to Alice Springs where you will stay and maximise your time in the spectacular Red Centre. You'll fly out of Alice Springs on Sunday afternoon directly to Gladstone. What a weekend!

 

Accommodation:

Enjoy exploring the wonders of the unique city of Alice Springs while based at the modern DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs which boasts stunning views of the majestic MacDonnell Mountain Ranges. Your spacious room will offer luxurious bedding, modern interiors and internet access as well as a late check-out. For those who enjoy being active the hotel provides a 24-hour fitness centre, two tennis courts and an outdoor heated pool which overlooks the lush garden landscape. Golfing-enthusiasts need not worry as there is an 18-hole golf course located just next door.

 

What to do:

Uluru

Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Uluru and surrounds as you travel in air-conditioned comfort with views of Uluru and more plus enjoy a walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole. At 348 metres high, Uluru is one of the world’s largest monoliths, towering over the surrounding landscape and some 550 million years old. Made of sandstone, Uluru is often referred to as the heart of the ‘Red Centre’ and is one of Australia’s most recognisable landmarks. Breathe in, see the colours change before your eyes, hear the stories of time and be amazed as Uluru captures your heart. For the local Aboriginal people, the Anangu, World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park holds a special cultural significance where earth and memories exist as one. Plus, enjoy time to visit the Uluru Cultural Centre. 

 

Alice Springs

You’ll have a free day to explore Alice Springs and its surrounds at your own pace. Use your Red Centre Experiences Voucher to tailor your getaway! Framed by the iconic MacDonnell Ranges and surrounding desert landscape, Alice Springs is a melting pot of culture, art, history, entertainment and adventure. Mparntwe is the Arrernte word for Alice Springs. The Arrernte people are the traditional custodians of Alice Springs have a strong connection with the land. According to the Dreamtime, the town of Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges were created by the actions of several ancestral figures including the caterpillar beings Ayepe-arenye, Ntyarlke and Utnerrengatye. Stunning landscapes, the world's oldest living culture, and a unique pioneering history create a diverse and exhilarating destination to explore. Explore the sites in and around Alice Springs, full of historical attractions that uncover the stories of life in remote Australia. There are countless galleries dotted throughout town and the Todd Mall, where you can get to know the art and stories from around the region. There are endless amounts of adventure activities on offer, from world-class bike riding tracks, surveying the MacDonnell Range from the cockpit of a helicopter, or gliding across the top of Alice Springs. Why not go further afield and join a four-wheel drive tour or a camel trek across the edge of the MacDonnell Ranges.

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NT Now

Uluru national park

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Alice Springs Visitor Information Centre

Corner of Todd Mall and Parsons Street, Alice Springs, Northern Territory 0870 Australia

Come say hello to the friendly staff at the visitor centre, grab your Red Centre guide or a souvenir of the region.  

Terms & conditions

*On sale until 30 November 2021. Departs Gladstone on 21 January 2022. Prices and inclusions are correct as of 11 November 2021 and may be subject to change due to availability, surcharges, fees or taxes without notice. #Red Centre Experiences Voucher is redeemable via the Alice Springs Visitor Information Centre. You can browse the tours available to you at www.discovercentralaustralia.com . ^Charter is hosted by NT Now and is subject to minimum numbers (minimum 65 passengers / maximum 94 passengers). Offer may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Prices are based on per person twin share. Single, triple & quad share options are available upon request. Please contact us on 1800 654 199 to enquire. For full terms and conditions, and details on our refund policy, view our booking conditions. E&OE.

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