Northern Territory
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Alice Springs: Coach Transfer to Ayers Rock Resort

1. Alice Springs: Coach Transfer to Ayers Rock Resort

Travel from Alice Springs to Uluru (Ayers Rock) aboard a luxury coach. Enjoy the rugged desert landscapes and the scenic views as you pass through the beautiful MacDonnell Ranges. On this 6-hour transfer you’ll stop at a camel farm and learn about the impact camels had in opening up Central Australia. Camels, ideally suited to the hot, dry climate of Australia’s interior, were imported in the 19th century and remained the principal means of outback transport until railways and roads were established. You’ll have a chance to ride a camel during your visit (not included in the tour price). While travelling through this remote country, your driver/guide will provide informative and entertaining commentary. Learn about the region’s natural and geological history, and about the unique Australian desert flora and fauna. The Perentie monitor lizard, the thorny devil, and the red kangaroo make their home here. You’ll also hear about the traditional customs and beliefs of local Aboriginals. There will be time for a stop at the Erldunda road house for a quick break. Take in the views of flat-topped Atila (Mt. Conner) in the distance before arriving at Ayers Rock Resort rested, relaxed, and ready to explore the amazing World Heritage Site of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

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Darwin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tickets

2. Darwin Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tickets

Discover Australia's gateway to the Northern Territory's "Top End" on board the hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. Venture into the lush jungle at the Botanical Gardens, enjoy exotic street food at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets and get up close to saltwater crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove. Learn the fascinating local history at the Military Museum and much more!  Enjoy unlimited rides for the validity of your ticket, and benefit from 12 strategic stops. Join the Morning Tour (Red Route) to see the best of Darwin from the city through to Fannie Bay. Climb aboard the Afternoon Tour (Purple Route) and follow the route of the morning buses before you venture further out to the East Point Reserve. Learn about Darwin's fascinating history, culture and geography from the entertaining and informative pre-recorded digital commentary, broadcast in English via on-board speakers. Choose from a 1-day (Classic) or 2-day (Premium) ticket to suit your schedule. Buses run every 35-45 minutes from April to September and every 60-90 minutes from September to April (subject to local traffic conditions). Catch a bus anytime from 09:00 to 17:45 between April and September, and from 09:00 to 16:30 from September to April. Bus Stops: • Tourist Information Center • Crocosaurus Cove • Doctor’s Gully, Aquascene Fish Feeding • Cullen Bay Jetty • Cullen Bay Apartments, Myilly Point Heritage Precinct  • Casino, Mindil Beach Sunset Markets and Botanical Gardens • Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory • Military Museum - Defence of Darwin Experience (90-minute tour only) • Parap, Parap Markets (markets held on Saturdays only) • Stokes Hill Wharf • Waterfront Precinct • Fort Hill Wharf (Cruise Ship Terminal)

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Darwin: Harbor Highlights Cruise

3. Darwin: Harbor Highlights Cruise

Immerse yourself in the history, habitat and modern-day intrigue of Darwin, a tropical city nestled at the top of Australia. Enjoy a 1-hour interactive cruise through the largest natural harbor in the Southern Hemisphere and be stimulated by contemporary stories as well as those from times gone by. Board your vessel at Stokes Hill Wharf, one of Darwin's iconic historical locations, and enjoy vistas of Darwin's Waterfront Precinct from Kitchener Bay. Transit between Stokes Hill and Fort Hill Wharfs, and then allow your local crew to use the tide, the wind and the season to select a route to maximize your Darwin Harbor experience. Cruise past Fisherman's Wharf into a mangrove waterway to explore this intriguing environment, home to a wonderful pristine eco-system. Your Captain will then turn up the speed to take you out into the harbor proper, where you will hear stories of WW2, Cyclone Tracy, Darwin's Naval history and the buildings of the Darwin City Seascape. Return to Stokes Hill Wharf 1 hour later.

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Uluru to Alice Springs or Alice to Uluru 1-Way Luxe Transfer

4. Uluru to Alice Springs or Alice to Uluru 1-Way Luxe Transfer

Enjoy a transfer service departing either Alice Springs or Ayers Rock Resort. Travel in a modern, with a toilet onboard, drop-down televisions, and in-seat USB ports. Alice Springs Departures You'll be picked up outside your Alice Springs accommodation at approximately 06:00 AM. Arrive Yulara at approximately 11:45 AM. Be dropped off at the Outback Pioneer Hotel at the Ayers Rock Resort. Ayers Rock Departures You'll be picked up at the Outback Pioneer Hotel, Ayers Rock Resort just after sunset. Be transferred to your Alice Springs accommodation, arriving around midnight. Note that Ayers Rock pick-up times vary depending on which month you travel. 

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From Ayers Rock Resort to Alice Springs: Luxury Transfer

5. From Ayers Rock Resort to Alice Springs: Luxury Transfer

Travel through the desert scenery between Ayers Rock Resort and Alice Springs on this luxury transfer between the two locations. Your experienced driver/guide will provide comprehensive commentary as you pass through the beautiful rugged scenery of the outback. You will pass by Atila (Mount Conner) and stop at a local roadhouse for some afternoon tea. The driver guide will drop you off at your Alice Springs hotel.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

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Kings Canyon to Alice Springs: 1-Way Transfer and Stop

6. Kings Canyon to Alice Springs: 1-Way Transfer and Stop

Travel from Kings Canyon to Alice Springs in style in a luxury coach, traveling through the stunning desert landscape, and stopping along the way to enjoy some tea. Beginning the day at Kings Canyon Resort, meet your driver and guide at the Shell Service Station. As you cruise through the vast desert landscape, stop at a local roadhouse on the way to enjoy a cup of tea. Then jump back into your luxury coach and continue on to Alice Springs along the Stuart Highway, just as the sun sets in the west over the rugged plains.

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Ayers Rock To Kings Canyon Luxury Bus Transfers

7. Ayers Rock To Kings Canyon Luxury Bus Transfers

Travel by luxury coach through the spectacular desert scenery of the Northern Territories, departing Ayers Rock for Kings Canyon on the western edge of the George Gill Range. Sit back and relax as you admire the ancient landscape, settled by indigenous Australians more than 40,000 years ago. Pass through Curtin Springs cattle station before viewing Attila (Mt. Conner) from the coach. After turning off the Lasseter Highway and onto the Laritja Road, your driver will provide a history of the surrounding cattle stations. Upon arrival at Kings Canyon, there may be time to view the sunset behind Carmichaels Crag.

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Kings Canyon, Australia to Ayers Rock Resort Transfer

8. Kings Canyon, Australia to Ayers Rock Resort Transfer

Enjoy a luxurious and comfortable transfer directly from Kings Canyon Resort to Ayers Rock Resort. Once you've met your driver guide, all you have to do is sit back and relax as the amazing desert scenery roles past you. Keep your eyes open for wild camels that inhabit the area and let your driver take care of the rest. This transfer option is a perfect way to ensure you see the best of Kings Canyon as well as all the great sites of Ayres Rock Resort without wasting any time or stressing about the transfer and directions. All you have to do is arrange your transfer and enjoy yourself at both of these amazing sites.

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What people are saying about Northern Territory

Goes/stops at most important locations in Darwin. We got off at Cullen Bay, had breakfast and a bit of a walk around, the rejoined the bus. Bus was on time.

Great way to see the sights of Darwin, you get a feel for where you want to revisit and you become familiar with the place . Recommended.

The drivers were very friendly and helpful. I loved being up high, much easier to see the sights and take photos.

Very comfortable, punctual coach Barry was an entertaining and informative driver

A very relaxed and informative cruise, highly recommend it.