Our popular 12 day Duke of Edinburgh Outback Adventure is an adventure like no other.


We hike and ride camels like our early explorers did when discovering the Red Centre. The trip is based on challenge, adventure and fun, as well as the development of self-esteem and life skills. This has truly been a life-changing experience for many students who have been away with us.

Our popular twelve day adventure includes 3 - 4 days hiking on the Larapinta Trail, and a day of mountain biking, as we explore some of the great sites and landmarks around Alice Springs. We then have a day of riding camels in and around Rainbow Valley. This is a free-range ride - camels are not tied together, you are in control. After this we head south and pick up the tourist trail, exploring Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon over the next five days.

This is certainly a challenging adventure, but one from which students gain so much. It can be used as a Gold expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh award, or as a general trip for those interested in adventure. We are flexible with our itinerary, and have many links with local communities and operators, if people want to focus on different aspects of Central Australia.

This is a great opportunity to show your students an area I think all Australians should visit. What better way to do it than on an adventure like this?