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Alice Springs to Uluru

The 460 kilometre drive between Alice Springs and Uluru / Ayers Rock is a journey through billions of years in time, where remote landscapes hide a desert that is filled with life.

Along the way there is much to see, do and learn. The drive tour from Alice to Uluru includes insights from local cattle station owners, specialist flora and fauna guides and even a singing Dingo. Hear about the early explorers who discovered this region, the Afghan cameleers who forged routes through Central Australia. Learn about mighty rivers, birds, mammals and reptiles and the massive geological forces that formed Uluru and Kata Tjuta / The Olgas. You’ll hear insights from local Aboriginal people too.

DIY Tourguide will give you all the information you need about the best places to stop, distances and travel directions and all the things you can see and do. Enrich your visit to Central Australia, take your own tour guide with you.

Commentary length is 160 minutes.

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