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Escorted Rail Tours to the Olgas

Explore the red rock domes of the Olgas

The Olgas, also known as Kata Tjuta, are approximately 18.6 miles (30 kilometres) from Uluru in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The group of 36 red rocky domes cover a large area, and are as mystical as Uluru, with the tallest, Mount Olga being 656 feet (200 metres) taller than Uluru at 1,791 feet (546 metres). There are two different walking trails that wind through the beautifully quiet Olgas providing spectacular views of the surrounding desert. The Valley of the Winds Walk takes you along a 4.3 miles (7 kilometres) track that circles several of the Olgas to the Kalpa Lookout. The Olga Gorge Walk is a 1.2 miles (2 kilometres) walk into the beautiful gorge.

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Australia & the Ghan

This fantastic rail adventure takes in many of Australia's natural wonders, including the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru and the Blue Mountains. A wonderful train journey on the legendary Ghan from Alice Springs to Adelaide is a real highlight, and time in Melbourne and Sydney to explore completes this holiday of a lifetime.

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