Mulgas Adventures


Frequently Asked Questions

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In addition to your standard items you are travelling with (clothes, toiletries etc.), we request you bring the following:

  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Walking/Hiking enclosed shoes
  • Swimmers/Bathers
  • Towel
  • Small carry bag

Addition items we recommend you bring, but are not essential:

  • Face fly-net
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Small pillow

Our tour season differs depending on which tour you're choosing to book.

Our Uluru tours run from mid January to mid December - closing over the Christmas period.

For the Darwin tour, our tours run in the Dry season when all the National Parks and Roads are open so we can give you the full experience. This is between April to October.

Our tours can get snatched up quickly, if you are planning your trip we advise to book 3 months in advance to make sure you don't miss out!

In case you have left it to last minute, we recommend contacting us directly so we can check out what's available in case of cancellations and extra tours. 

Yes we do.

From Alice Springs to Ayers Rock Airport. 

From Uluru to Alice Springs Airport.

Please contact us for all airport transfers.

Yes you can. When you check-out, select your pick-up location and time. There you will see the pick-up times 1:00pm and 2:00pm from Ayers Rock Airport.

We have a maximum of 24 on a tour. Our buses have either 21 or 24 seats, and all tours carry a trailer.

The presence of flies can vary depending on the season and the specific locations visited on our tours. During the warmer months, flies can be more prevalent, especially in the Outback. We recommend bringing a fly net to comfortably enjoy your adventures, regardless of the season. A fly net can make your experience much more enjoyable by keeping the flies at bay while you explore the stunning landscapes of the Northern Territory.

The Darwin Tour has these facilities every night on tour.

The Rock-to-Rock tour is the only tour with one night without these facilities. Night 3 is at our private bushcamp, which does not have showers or electricity.

Don't stress - if your flight is more than 30 minutes delayed, please contact us on our freecall number 1800 359 089.

Our tours involve participating in a number of outdoor activities such as hiking, sleeping on the ground in a swag, collecting firewood, participating in cooking meals. This is why we have age restrictions of 18-49 years old.

These restrictions are in place so everyone involved can have an enjoyable time on tour with us, we want to ensure you are comfortable and can participate in these activities so you don't miss out on the full outback experience!

If you are physically fit and young at heart, please feel free to contact us if you are keen to jump on board and have no issues with the above activities.

A swag is a traditional Australian bedroll that has been used by bushmen and travelers for centuries. It's essentially a portable sleeping unit that combines a mattress, bedding, and a weatherproof outer layer, all rolled into one compact and easy-to-carry bundle. Swags are designed to provide comfort, warmth, and protection from the elements, making them ideal for camping and outdoor adventures in the Australian Outback. With a swag, you can enjoy a cozy night's sleep under the stars, enveloped by the sounds of nature. Swags are used on our Uluru tours for the authentic Aussie way of camping.

Options for Starting the 4-Day Rock-to-Rock Tour: - Option to be picked up from your accommodation in Alice Springs around 6am. - Option to be picked up from Uluru (Ayers Rock) Airport upon your arrival, around 1pm. This applies to both 3-Day and 4-Day tour participants, offering flexibility in choosing the start point of their journey.

Options for Starting the 3-Day Rock Trip: - Option to be picked up from your accommodation in Alice Springs around 6am. - Option to be picked up from Uluru (Ayers Rock) Airport upon your arrival, around 1pm. Note: All participants of the 3-Day Rock Trip must conclude their tour in Alice Springs City.

Yes we do. We can cater for vegetarians, coeliac, lactose-intolerant, vegans and pescatarians. 

Please advise of any dietary requirements when booking.

We have storage facilities on our Rock to Rock tour where you can leave your luggage. 

We recommend bringing a backpack for essentials when out on hikes etc.

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