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Visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and take the informative Mala Walk around part of Uluru's base. Catch the sunset over Uluru with a glass of champagne.
Awake before sunrise to watch the colours change over Uluru. The Mala Walk around the base of Uluru provides insight into its significance to the local Aboriginal people. Visit the cultural centre and learn about ancient beliefs and traditions portrayed in art, food and music. The afternoon is at your leisure.
Uluru - Alice Springs
Watch the sunrise over Uluru, then enjoy a walk in Kata Tjuta National Park before driving to Alice Springs for the night.
Take a walk in Kata Tjuta National Park to explore the beautiful, red, domed rocks that comprise the site. While Uluru is the most famous landmark in the park, we explore a bit further afield to enjoy this stunning landscape.
Alice Springs - Adelaide
Fly to Adelaide and enjoy an orientation walk.
Today is free to explore on your own or option to take a full day excursion to Kangaroo Island.
Optional excursion: Kangaroo Island (aka KI) is Australia’s third largest island off the mainland, a 30-min flight from Adelaide or 45min ferry ride from Cape Jervis (2hr drive from Adelaide). Discover a natural wildlife sanctuary with many of its very own species of birds, plants and bees. See rocky cliff coastline, bush and wetlands, sand dunes and long stretches of white sand beaches. Look for the KI Kangaroo, along with wallabies, echidnas, sea lions, fur seals, and cuddly koalas.
Adelaide - Barossa Valley
Travel to one of Australia's oldest wine regions, the world-famous Barossa Valley.
Explore one of Australia's oldest wine regions, the world famous Barossa Valley. Visit some wineries, enjoying lunch and wine tasting along the way.
One of Australia's oldest wine regions, Barossa can be found in South Australia, approx. 60km (37 mi) northeast of Adelaide. Founded by German settlers in the mid 1800's, wine was (and still is) a way of life for the 750 grape-growing families who have lived and farmed in the region for generations.
Barossa Valley - Robe
Travel to the coast and spend the night in the quaint fishing village of Robe. Opt to visit historic sites or take a walk to the pier to watch the fishermen bring in their day's catch.
Robe - Grampians National Park
Travel east across the state into Victoria to Grampians National Park. Enjoy a spectacular walk to the Balconies and MacKenzie Falls.
Early start to travel to the Grampians NP, known for its abundant wildlife. Stop at MacKenzie Falls and the Balconies to enjoy a spectacular walk before arriving at your accommodation for that evening. MacKenzie Falls is the only waterway in the region that flows year-round and it is also the most visited waterfall in the Grampians; take a short walk and check out the falls out from a viewing platform. In Spring, see wonderful wildflowers in bloom along the path.
Grampians National Park - Warrnambool
Visit the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre in the morning to learn about the indigenous culture of the area. Dive in to 'Dreamtime' and experience the stories, food and art of Australia's Aborigines. Attempt to blow into a didgeridoo, paint and then throw a boomerang, or go on a guided walk through gardens planted with native herbs and plants. Head to the Bushfoods cafe and sample the local delicacies -- kangaroo, emu, and crocodile. Anyone still hungry?
Leaving the mountains behind, take in the changing landscapes continuing onto the seaside town of Warrnambool for the night.
Warrnambool - Melbourne
Travel past some of the world's most famous surf beaches along the Great Ocean Road. Enjoy views of the Twelve Apostles and a rainforest walk in Great Otway National Park. Take in the beautiful greenery of the Great Otway National Park on a leisurely walk with your CEO. Stroll sandy beaches and hike along the rugged coastline, take photos from rock platforms, and head north to see forests, green gullies, pristine lakes and gushing waterfalls.
Continue to Melbourne for the night.
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