I was travelling in the Outback for two weeks from Cairns to Adelaide. However, I know that not everybody has the time to spend two weeks in this breathtaking landscape. The most important parts with more tourist attractions are definitely reachable from Alice Springs. I know that some people fly to Alice Springs to get an Outback feeling. In this post, I want to give you more details on what to do around Alice Springs and in Uluru-Kata Tjuta-National Park. I highly recommend to rent a car in Alice Springs and do the tour on your own. First of all, it is way cheaper than with a tour and second of all, you are more independent and stay longer in a place which you like. If you have to rent a car, check out the conditions and try to get a 4 WD car to explore the MacDonnell Ranges and get a better Outback feeling.
From my Outback itinerary for two weeks this area Alice Springs, MacDonnell Ranges, Kings Canyon and Uluru-Kata Tjuta-National Park where Day 5 to Day 10. Read the full Outback itinerary here. Therefore, I would recommend to plan at least 7 days or more for your little Outback experience. My recommended trip for 6 days is shown in the map below:
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