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Emu Run Tours - 2 Day Kings Canyon, Ayers Rock and Olgas

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A Sensational Two Day Tour that takes in the Inspirational Splendour of Central Australia's most Cherished and Sacred places. Includes overnight budget motel accommodation, comfortable air conditioned coach travel and Meals are provided.

Kings Canyon

  • All Park Entrance Fees
  • 2 Light Breakfasts,plus2 Lunches, 2 Dinners,
  • 1 night budget motel accomodation
  • (Vegetarians catered for - Please advise when booking)
Pricing = Adult $500.00 pp
  • Valid between 01/04/14 - 31/03/15
  • Their Tours are All Inclusive No more to pay
  • Ask about 1/2 Price Children (under 15 ) on selected tours
  • No Discount on 3 Day Camping Tour


Day 1:
Emu Run collect you from outside your Alice Springs accommodation at 6am. A light breakfast onboard their comfortable coach then stop at Erldunda Roadhouse and Aboriginal Art display.

You'll travel along the Luritja Road to Kings Canyon. On arrival enjoy a prepared lunch, then a spectacular 3 hour Guided Canyon Rim Walk (though if weather conditions are over 35 degree celsius or if the group prefers you can do a base walk and visitKathleen Springs instead)

The Olgas

Travel back to Erldunda for dinner and overnight budget motel accommodation.

Day 2:
Depart Erlduna at 9am the next day and travel to Ayers Rock, arriving about midday.

The itinerary here changes sequence between hotter and cooler months:You stop first at the Visitors Centre (warmer months only), enjoy lunch then travel to the Olgas, do a Gorge walk, then back to Ayers Rock and visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre. You do guided walks at Uluru, or you may choose to climb.

The highlight of this great two day trip is a fabulous BBQ Champagne Dinner at Uluru while watching a magnificent Central Australian Sunset and the amazing changing colours of Uluru.

The Road to Uluru

You depart for Alice Springs after sunset, arriving back into town approx midnight in cooler months and 1.00am warmer months. (Comfortable coach seats are great for a sleep on the way home)

What To Bring
Dress in the Northern Territory is casual and comfortable.Winter nights(May to August) can be cold, so bring warm clothing. Days are sunny and warm. Remember to bring strong, non-slip walking shoes, hats, sunglasses, camera, water bottle & sunscreen.