Sustainability and Cultural Tour of Central Australia

Special Tour Availability: To suit your travel requirements.
Alice Springs NT, Australia Australia

Informative and immersive, our tour of Central Australia is for all schools who are looking to develop a true understanding of Australia’s culture. With a history spanning some 60,000 years, Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the world’s oldest continuous cultures and an appreciation of their traditions is central to understanding present-day Australia.

Destination:  Central Australia

Tour Highlights:

  • Alice Springs
  • Earth Sanctuary World Nature Centre
  • Museum of Central Australia
  • Kings Canyon
  • West MacDonnell Ranges
  • Megafauna Central
  • Cultural and traditional art workshops


  • Return domestic flights
  • Accommodation throughout the itinerary
  • Private coach transfers as per the itinerary
  • All entrances as per the itinerary
  • Daily breakfasts included and other meals as per the itinerary
  • 24/7 support while on tour

Day 1

Upon your arrival at Alice Springs airport, a private coach transfer will take you to Earth Sanctuary World Nature Centre, where you will camp overnight and learn about ecology, astronomy, sustainability and culture of Central Australia. Hands-on activities provide students with an understanding of sustainability, learning simple ways to reduce our carbon footprint. The phenomenal southern skies create a perfect classroom at night for the team to captivate students with their knowledge of the stars and cosmos.

Day 2

Spend the morning undertaking an interactive educational program. Use the afternoon to discover Aboriginal art and artefacts at the Araluen Cultural Precinct, host to a number of attractions including the Museum of Central Australia.

Overnight in Alice Springs.

Day 3

Travel towards Watarrka National Park and discover bushfoods, bushcraft, traditional weaponry and desert survival on the way.

Day 4

This morning hike and explore Kings Canyon, before travelling towards Alice Springs and the West MacDonnell Ranges.

Day 5

Explore the Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park’s stunning gorges, gaps, chasms and waterholes. Visit the ochre pits where local Aboriginal people have sourced ochre for rock art and ceremonies for thousand years. Take a guided walk at Standley Chasm – Angkerle and stay for a “Cultural Conversation” or a “Traditional Art Workshop”.

Day 6

Back in Alice Springs, visit Megafauna Central where students unravel the mysteries of an 8 million year old mass extinction event, influenced by climatic changes. This evening, take a Nocturnal Tour at the Alice Springs Desert Park and meet many threatened desert critters, who now reside in Central Australia and enjoy sanctuary here.

Day 7

This morning you will have some free time for last minute exploring of Alice Springs, before boarding your private coach for a transfer to the airport.

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