14 days 

Darwin to Adelaide

was £1379

Trip Code: OADA

Between Darwin and Adelaide there’s a lot to see, so be prepared to pack a whole lot into this two-week itinerary. Heading south from the Northern Territory, you’ll be making stops at two of Australia’s great National Parks – Kakadu and Litchfield – checking out wildlife, waterfalls, and more. Experience just how vast the Outback is while driving towards Alice Springs, then make your way to the Red Centre and witness the magic of Uluru. From there head over to Coober Pedy, where you’ll see what a small town does to beat the extreme heat (hint: look down), as well as a few historical sites before you reach Adelaide.

Is this tour for me?

Travel Style: Yolo

Fast, fresh, and fun adventures that never slow down, made for young, budget-minded travellers.

Service Level: Camping

Camping most nights with some hotel stays to start and throughout; affordable public and private transport.

Physical Rating: 3 - Average

Some tours may include light hiking, biking, rafting, or kayaking in addition to walking.

Trip Type: Small Group

Small group experience; Max 20, avg 16

Age requirement: 18-39


What's Included

  • Recharge: Mataranka Hot Springs Visit, Mataranka
  • Hands-On: Wine Tasting, Clare Valley
  • Wetland nature cruise in crocodile territory
  • Visit to an Aboriginal art and craft centre
  • Guided exploration of Kakadu and Litchfield NPs
  • Underground mine tour
  • Champagne sunset viewing of Uluru
  • Mala Walk around Uluru and visit to the cultural centre
  • Hike at Kings Canyon (seasonal)
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities


Hostels (6 nts), swag camping (6 nts), underground hostel (1 nt). All nights multi-share.


10 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 5 dinners 
Allow USD275-360 for meals not included.


Private vehicle, boat, walking.

Staff & experts

Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout.


Available extras (Add these to your tour when you book)

Dolphin Swim and Cruise (Pre/Post Tour) - From £58.00

There are very few places in the world that you can swim with dolphins in the wild, so don’t miss the opportunity to get close to these majestic creatures. Watch them interact and play around you while you swim in their natural habitat. Available mid-Sept to June.


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