TOURS

These are the most popular 1-3 Day Trips outside of Alice Springs. You can book them online or come to reception and we will be happy to help you book your dream trip.

 

 

Best Seller 5-Day Uluru Tour Package
Including 3-Day Uluru Tour & Stay at Jump Inn

Visit the iconic sites of Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon and discover the myths and legends of the original inhabitants of these lands.
Check out our best-selling 5-Day Packages below.​

5-Day Tour Package

The Red Centre is one of the most iconic parts of Australia, where Alice Springs offers direct access to the awe-inspiring Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon. Discover the myths and legends of the oldest living culture on Earth and dream with these magical landscapes.
Get ready for your most memorable outback adventure!

The Uluru Experience

The East and West MacDonnell Ranges stretch out for hundreds of kilometres on both sides of Alice Springs, with the West MacDonnell National Park extending for 161km west of town. The mountain range contains many spectacular gaps and gorges and the entire landscape is alive with Dreamtime stories and living Aboriginal culture. Let the beauty of West MacDonnell National Park draw you in!

West MacDonnell Ranges

 

Visit the spectacular Rainbow Valley with an expert Aboriginal guide who will explain its significance for the local Arrernte people. Enjoy the scenic sandstone bluffs and cliffs in the soft light of the morning or at sunset. An easy but exciting day trip from Alice!

Rainbow Valley

A maze of sandstone amphitheatres, pinnacles and gorges, home to the Red Cabbage Palm after which the valley is named. Palm Valley is part of Finke Gorge National Park which is located 138km west of Alice Springs and its last 16km of the road are limited to 4WD vehicles only.
Get ready for a great adventure in the Red Centre of Australia!

Palm Valley 4WD

 

The East MacDonnell Ranges, while not as well-known as the West MacDonnell Ranges, do provide beautiful scenery for bushwalking, camping and four-wheel-driving. Get ready for your adventure in the wild!

East MacDonnell Ranges

ACTIVITIES

If you need ideas on what to do in Alice Springs, these are a few options you have in Alice Springs or close to town

Listed as the number 1 thing to do when visiting Alice Springs, The Kangaroo Sanctuary may well be the highlight of your trip to Australia. Wander through a stunning wildlife reserve, hold and feed baby kangaroos and listen to the stories of Brolga, your passionate guide and founder of the Sanctuary.

Kangaroo Sanctuary

Saddle up on a camel and enjoy a ride through the Australian desert. Let the original heroes of the outback carry you into the mighty West MacDonnell Ranges and enjoy a unique view of the mountains glowing red at sunset.

Camel Riding

An easy day trip from Alice Springs, the Desert Park is the perfect place to experience the unique variety of the Australian desert environment. Explore the relationship between plants, animals and people, see the desert come alive!

Desert Park

 

A short 8-minute walk brings you to the Reptile Centre. You can see all kinds of native Northern Territory reptiles and if you are lucky even pet some lizards and snakes. 

Reptile Centre

 

Are you ready for a wild adventure in the Red Centre? Join a high-end adrenaline quad tour and ride through bush tracks, dams, dry sandy river beds and alongside mountain ranges.

Outback Quad 

Enjoy the desert at dawn in all its spectacular beauty and changing colours as you float in a hot air balloon across the remote open spaces of the Australian outback. Admire the MacDonnell Ranges while experiencing the breathtaking feeling of flying over Australia’s red heart.

Hot Air Ballooning

Alice Springs is home to many Aboriginal Art Galleries. From well know artists such as Barbara Weir, Minnie Pwerle and Albert Namatjira to not so well-known artists and newcomers. 

Get inspired by styles and symbols of the Central and Western Desert people. 

Art Galleries

The area is known as ‘Mparntwe’ to its original inhabitants, the Arrernte people, who have lived in the Central Australian desert for thousands of years. The name of Alice Springs was given by surveyor William Whitfield Mills who named the town after Alice, Lady Todd, wife of the telegraph pioneer Sir Charles Todd.

 


Filled with unique art, cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery in every direction, Alice Springs is a small jewel in the middle of the desert.

A Day in Alice Springs

Welcome to Alice Springs! Known to locals as simply “Alice”, this small town is the beating heart of Australia’s Red Centre. A great base for exploring the natural wonders of the Northern Territory, Alice Springs is also a gateway to Australia’s Aboriginal culture.

There are a lot more places to visit while you are in this beautiful town. Contact us and let us help you to plan your unique trip in Alice Springs.

More to be discovered

Alice Springs is home to many Aboriginal Art Galleries. From well know artists such as Barbara Weir, Minnie Pwerle and Albert Namatjira to not so well-known artists and newcomers. 

Get inspired by styles and symbols of the Central and Western Desert people. 

Art Galleries

The area is known as ‘Mparntwe’ to its original inhabitants, the Arrernte people, who have lived in the Central Australian desert for thousands of years. The name of Alice Springs was given by surveyor William Whitfield Mills who named the town after Alice, Lady Todd, wife of the telegraph pioneer Sir Charles Todd.

 


Filled with unique art, cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery in every direction, Alice Springs is a small jewel in the middle of the desert.

A Day in Alice Springs

Welcome to Alice Springs! Known to locals as simply “Alice”, this small town is the beating heart of Australia’s Red Centre. A great base for exploring the natural wonders of the Northern Territory, Alice Springs is also a gateway to Australia’s Aboriginal culture.

There are a lot more places to visit while you are in this beautiful town. Contact us and let us help you to plan your unique trip in Alice Springs.

More to be discovered

Transfer

If you need ideas on what to do in Alice Springs, these are a few options you have in Alice Springs or close to town

The perfect way to see Uluru/Kata Tjuta National Park your own way without having to drive yourself. Enjoy a relaxing ride down to the town of Yulara and tread your own path from there into the national park.

Uluru Transfer

The Alice Springs airport shuttle service run by local company Emu Run Experience is an affordable, convenient way to get from the Jump Inn to Alice Springs airport and vice versa.

With buses running for every specific flight in and out of Alice Springs you'll be sure to get where you need to go on time

Airport Shuttle Service

Other transfers available from the Jump Inn include to and from the Ghan Railway station, the Alice Springs Desert Park and an express bus trip from Alice to Darwin.

Other Transfer

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