Australia’s beating heart – the Red Centre
Sponsored content: The Outback Way
- Whether you are coming from the east or the west, watch the colours and landscape change as you enter the Northern Territory.
- Head to the top of Anzac Hill and take in the sun setting across the West MacDonnell ranges. After a good night’s rest, take a scenic drive and explore the outback waterholes that make up Tjoritja/West MacDonnell National Park.
- Stop at Erldunda Roadhouse for a bite to eat and see the resident emus.
- Make your way towards Uluru and stop by Watarrka National Park, home to Kings Canyon and the Garden of Eden.
- You’ve made it to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Enjoy dinner under the stars with Uluru as your backdrop.
(Travel Alert: The Kaltukatjara (Docker River) community, located 670 km south-west of Alice Springs, is closed to non-essential travellers. This restricts access for visitors driving the WA/NT border section of the Outback Way. Please check with the Central Land Council (CLC) for the latest advice).
Visit northernterritory.com/drive to start your journey.
Mandatory credit: Tourism NT/Matt Cherubino & Tourism Australia/Nicholas Kavo