Get CeNTred in Australia's Outback
Discover Australia's legendary outback - experience big nature and ancient Aboriginal culture. Refresh you spirit and awaken your sense of adventure. This is the destination that ebbs and flows with the seasons, a place of contrast and color, home to World Heritage wonders Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Kakadu National Park.
To take advantage of this offer, start your travel between 26 July and 21 September 2011. Other travel periods are available at a different cost.
Hurry, this offer will expire on 12 July 2011.
* Taxes, fees and restrictions apply.
|To: Alice Springs, Ayers Rock (Uluru) or Darwin|
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* All prices are in Canadian dollars. Advertised price does not include fuel surcharges of approximately $500 for the international flights and the Navigation Services Surcharge of $30. Canadian and foreign taxes and fees, including September 11th Security Fee, are an additional $140 to $210 depending upon itinerary.
There may be lower fares or other travel dates available but not enough seats to allow us to advertise. If your travel dates are flexible, use the 'Flexible with dates' option to find the best airfare.
- Alice Springs is Australia's red centre, nestled between the East and West MacDonnell Ranges.
- Explore the history of the Royal Flyer Doctor Service and School of the Air.
- Take in the natural beauty of the desert.
- Hike the famous Larapinta local or see the sights from above in a hot air ballon.
- Experience indigenous culture and tradition through colourful canvases of local Aboriginal artists showcased in art galleries around town.
- Take a trip to Watarrka National Park to take in the magnificent views over Kings Canyon and the scenic ranges.
Uluru (Ayers Rock)
- Rising from the broad desert plain in the heart of Australia is Uluru (Ayers Rock) - Australia's most recognizable icon.
- Watch this monolith magically change colors on a sunrise or sunset tour.
- See Aboriginal petroglyphs (rock engravings)
- Discover Kata Tjuta and Walpa Gorge
- Get up close to this spiritual place and learn the Dreamtime stories with a walking tour led by the traditional Aboriginal land owners who have been living in this area for nearly 22,000 years.
- Darwin is the Northern Territory's capital - a modern, tropical city that sits on a harbor twice the size of Sydney's.
- Considered Australia's most diverse city, more than 50 nationalities make up Darwin's population, including the area's traditional Aboriginal landowners.
- See baobab trees at George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens before visiting Government House, as redolent of colonial tropicalia as Parliament House is of a new, cosmopolitan Darwin.
- The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory houses exhibits on Cyclone Tracy and indigenous art, while reptile fans should head to Crocodylus Park.
- In addition to its bustling markets and vibrant city life, Darwin is also the gateway to must-see sights in the Top End including the majesty of Kakadu National Park.
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Qantas flights operating on B747 or A380 equipment or a combination thereof depending on itinerary chosen.
A380 schedule subject to change and last minute change of aircraft.
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