Australia’s Red Centre: Uluru + Kata Tjuta + Kings Canyon + Alice Springs

After almost 30 years, it was a big decision to return to where one of the best chapters of my life took place.  So many of my “Rock friends” had returned over the years and most had been extremely disappointed. I’d already put it off for so long yet, as our FUNtastic people kept asking for it, finally it was time to just do it!

Of course, it had changed.  30 years will do that.   Yet the magic remained.  The stunning colours – blue sky and red dirt – and the unmistakable and indescribable feeling.


I was also pleased to know that the quality of food – at what used to be the Sheraton and is now Sails in the Desert – is still spectacular.  Back in the day, there were many 4 hour-long-buffet-breakfasts.  If I still lived there today, I’d definitely be doing that again.


New experiences included a helicopter flight over Kings Canyon while staying at the relatively new Kings Canyon Resort. I also don’t remember Aboriginal Art being so beautiful with such vibrant colours. 

My favourite part, as with all of our tours, was getting to know all our wonderful people and watching them make new friendships.


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