20 photos of Uluru and The Outback that will get you googling flights

We love Uluru and The Outback, so we put together 20 photos to show you the best things to see and do on any trip to the Red Centre.

 

1. There is nowhere on earth quite like Uluru, the heart of Australia.

You have to go there to see what we mean. It’s a feeling.

The red rock at sunrise.

 

2. The sunsets will blow you away.

There's not many places we've been to with a sky like this.

There's not many places we've been to with a sky like this.

 

3. The night skies make you feel like you’re dreaming.

Your average view from Glen Helen at night.

 

4. Red roads.

One of the many red roads that go for 100's of km.

 

5. You can visit the Kangaroo Sanctuary. Warning: Milly and Tilly will steal your heart.

It was love at first sight, The Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs.

 

6. The water holes are out of this world. Oh and they’re croc free too.

 

7. Look into Australia's history through art that has existed for thousands of years.

Rock art at Emily Gap.

 

8. Deserted hiking trails that look like this.

The view of Trephina Gorge takes some beating.

 

9. Watch out on the roads for camels crossing!

Right after he ran out in front of our car!

 

10.  Tractor tyres are given a new lease of life.

Catching the tube NT style! 

 

11.  So we mentioned the sunsets already but the sunrises are pretty unforgettable too.

Kata Tjuta silhouette.

 

12. Kata Tjuta, and it’s just as captivating as Uluru.

The Valley of the Winds Walk, Kata Tjuta.

 

13. You will never find yourself in a traffic jam.

You can go hours without seeing anyone on the Ross Highway

 

14. There’s luxury in the desert and it looks like this.

The bath tub at the Kings Canyon Resort.

 

15. Amazing views on the Kings Canyon Rim walk.

Not for those with a fear of heights.

 

16. When your breakfast is accompanied by a spot of wildlife watching.

Olive Pink Botanical Gardens - the best place in Alice Springs for Breakfast

Olive Pink Botanical Gardens - the best place in Alice Springs for Breakfast

 

17.  Wild landscapes

 

18.  Dining under the stars.

The sounds of silence is a must-do experience when visitng to Uluru.

The sounds of silence is a must-do experience when visitng to Uluru.

 

19. The incredible colours of the Outback.

The view of Mount Sonder is spectacular.

 

20.  Even the view from the plane is dramatic.

The view of the Simpson Desert from the plane looks like the surface of Mars!


Have you been to the Outback? Do you love it as much as we do? Have any tips for our next trip? Leave a comment and let's start a conversation!


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