Red Centre Travel Destinations Map

Uluru Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta Mount Olga, Kings Canyon and Alice Springs Red Centre Travel Destinations Map

It will take you about three hours to fly from either Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Cairns to the Red Centre. Use the Red Centre Travel Destinations Map to check distances so you use your time wisely. Uluru Ayers Rock is west of the blue number 4 on the Red Centre Travel Destinations Map.

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Red Centre Travel Destinations Map

Uluru Ayers Rock: Uluru Ayers Rock rises from the flat plain of red sand like the head of a huge stone monster. Majestic and mysterious, it has been of cultural and religious significance to the Aboriginal people of the Australian Red Centre for thousands of years.

Detail Map of Uluru Ayers Rock: >>> Uluru Ayers Rock Australian Travel Map

Kata Tjuta Mount Olga: If you take in sunrise on Uluru, make it to Kata Tjuta for sunset. Walk the Valley of the Winds to feel the solitude that has made this a special place to the Aboriginal people.

Detail Map of Kata Tjuta Mount Olga: >>> Kata Tjuta Australian Travel Map

Kings Canyon: A genuine oasis in the dry, red outback desert. The Garden of Eden is one fo the few permanent waterholes in the region. Use the Red Centre Travel Destinations Map to throw it into focus.

Detail Map of Kings Canyon: >>> Kings Canyon Australian Travel Map

Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges: Alice Springs is about 6 hours drive from Uluru (Ayers Rock), so staying at  a local hotel is wise if you want to look around “The Alice” to see the Township and the McDonnell Ranges to the west.

Detail Map of Alice Springs: >>> Alice Springs Australian Travel Map

Uluru from the Air Red Centre Travel Destinations Map

 

 Sunrise at Kata Tjuta Red Centre Travel Destinations Map

Compare Hotels: >>> Australian.com – Hotels Near Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park

Find Tours and Activities in Uluru Ayers Rock: >>> Ayers Rock Deals & Specials

More Information on the Red Centre and the Outback: >>> Outback | Wikipedia