A Central Australia holiday with kids is a chance to swim in outback waterholes, visit national parks, see the vast outback night sky, learn about the indigenous culture, and of course, pay a visit to Uluru and other much loved Australian icons.… Read More Central Australia Holiday with Kids
Cool water, plenty of sand and the hot sun on your shoulders. It sounds like a holiday at the beach right? Except this is Central Australia and these are outback waterholes. You will be surprised at what Australia’s Red Centre has to offer!… Read More The Outback Waterholes – Are They Better Than a Beach Holiday?
Visiting the Devils Marbles with kids is a no brainer! Due to their location on the Stuart Highway, the Devils Marbles appear at just the right time to take a break. They are geologically fascinating, and are at their best at sunset or sunrise when they lights really brings out their deep red colour.… Read More The Devils Marbles with kids (Karlu Karlu)
Did you know there are plenty of camping options in Central Australia ? This means you can visit all of those iconic landmarks you’ve only ever seen in pictures, without having to remortgage the house. Embarking on a Central Australia road trip with kids to see Australia’s much loved icons is a must do experience!… Read More Central Australia Road Trip With Kids
With domes that tower over Uluru, Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) is a sight to see. This place has a stunning landscape and feels far less ‘touched’ than Uluru. Is it easy to visit Kata Tjuta with kids? It absolutely is! There are some great short walks suitable for kids and plenty of nature to keep them entertained. … Read More Kata Tjuta with Kids (The Olgas)
Is it easy to visit Uluru with kids? Absolutely! There are lots of kid friendly ways to explore Uluru and it’s a fantastic way to introduce kids to the interesting Aboriginal culture.
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Can you do the Kings Canyon Rim Walk with Kids? Absolutely ! Kings Canyon is often overlooked in favour of Uluru (Ayers Rock). However, it is more than capable of being a destination in it’s own right! This visually stunning canyon is located in the Watarrka National park and surprisingly, is free to visit. … Read More Kings Canyon Rim Walk with kids
Visiting Gosse Bluff with kids (Tnorala) is an awesome experience in Central Australia. It’s a great place to stop for a picnic and a hike to break up the drive between Alice Springs and Uluru when travelling the Mereenie Loop or Red Centre Way route.… Read More Gosse Bluff with kids (Tnorala)