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Kings Canyon Day Trip from Ayers Rock

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Choose your adventure with a customizable hiking experience in Kings Canyon
  • Stops for breakfast and lunch, so you don't have to carry food with you
  • Learn about the aboriginal history and geology of the site from your guide
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Kings Canyon Day Trip from Ayers Rock
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Kings Canyon day tour from Ayers Rock. Concludes in Ayers Rock.
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Overview
Experience Kings Canyon on this customizable day trip from Ayers Rock. Leave the details and logistics to your guide—just choose whether you want a strenuous trek on the canyon rim or an easier one on the creek bed. You can also opt for a camel ride at the Kings Creek cattle station. Then decide your drop-off point—Ayers Rock or Alice Springs—at the end of the tour.
What to Expect
Start out your adventurous day with convenient pickup at your Ayers Rock Resort accommodation, which means you don't have to worry about navigating or directions on the way into the Red Centre. Spend two hours relaxing and snapping photos of the rugged scenery before reaching Kings Canyon for your trek.

Stop at the cattle station, a family-run operation that offers camel rides (own expense), so you can see how the early Australian settlers experienced the Outback for the first time. You'll also have the option to fuel up with breakfast and coffee at the on-site café.

Continue to Watarrka National Park, where your guide will fill you in on the history and geology of the sandstone gorge, as well as its sacred meaning to the Lilla and Ulpinyali people. Choose between two walk options in the canyon: the 3.5-mile (6-kilometer) strenuous Rim Walk or the more leisurely Creek Bed Walk, which runs 1 mile (2 kilometers) along the valley floor. Refuel with lunch (own expense) at Kings Canyon Resort before returning to Ayers Rock or catching another coach to Alice Springs—your choice.
Reviews (100)
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Reviewed 5 days ago
A long day

We were picked up at 4.20am and a 3 hour drive was ahead. breakfast was at Kings Creek station which we enjoyed. The onto Kings Canyon. Due to the heat wen did not attempt the rim walk which was disappointing so a quiet stroll along...More

Thank Ian M
Reviewed 29 August 2018 via mobile
Spectacular panoramas but a long day!

It’s 350km from Ayers Rock resort to Kings Canyon. So that means a 430am start, but the coach was comfy and most people able to resume sleep for the 3 hour journey to Kings Creek station for a welcome breakfast. The rim walk is good...More

Thank Michael I
Reviewed 12 August 2018
Loved it!

Well organised tour. We were well prepared for the rim hike beforehand and the pace was good with plenty of rests to enjoy the views and geology/plant life etc. Garry and Shorty were both very knowledgable and entertaining - really nice vibe. We just loved...More

Thank HBur
Reviewed 26 June 2018
Kings Canyon Beauty

Wonderful trip. Early start but so so worth it. The guides were amazing. Breakfast at Kings Creek Station great start before the walk. Make sure you are able to do steps (plenty of them to get up to the Rim). The view from the rim...More

1  Thank Alison C
Reviewed 19 June 2018
Kings Canyon

We visited Kings Canyon on an AAT Kings Tour in conjunction with our Ghan Expedition across Australia. Kings Canyon is amazing, it is a long hike and you do need some steady footing in places As a senior, I would classify this hike as a...More

1  Thank badabing51
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nocturnal3232
9 October 2018|
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Response from Ray A | Reviewed this property |
We done this tour in April, so similar daylight hours, and returned around 6pm Best to contact AAT, they are awesome to deal with, totally recommend this tour
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rjoiner
23 September 2018|
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Response from Sarah R | Reviewed this property |
Yes Breakfast is included,Also shop if you want to buy anything else.I would highly recommend this tour it was one of the highlights of our trip. Enjoy
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