The Northern Territory is now home to a new Red Centre Light Trail, cementing the region as one of the most unique multi-sensory travel destinations in the world.
Travellers can expect enlightening and expansive experiences that showcase sacred Aboriginal cultures, awe-inspiring landscapes, natural wonders and ancient stories in spectacular colour and light.
The Red Centre Light Trail is an epic six-day road trip adventure from Uluru to Alice Springs via Kings Canyon (or vice-versa). Along the journey, travellers can take in the Red Centre’s newest and most iconic outdoor light and sound experiences – from groundbreaking immersive story telling amongst starry skies, to sprawling desert light installations, and epic experiences showcasing the Red Centre’s stunning sunrises and sunsets.
Among existing experiences, the Trail features two new, highly anticipated attractions, including Wintjiri Wiru, a cutting-edge, sound, drone and light show that launched this week in the spiritual heart of Australia, Uluru, and Light-Towers a newly launched light and sound installation at Kings Canyon, created by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro.
Both experiences are only a few hours’ drive apart, and the perfect way for travellers to experience the iconic Red Centre in both new and reimagined ways.
Existing trail highlights include Bruce Munro’s iconic Field of Light installation at Uluru; Alice Springs’ Parrtjima – A Festival in Light, the only authentic Aboriginal light festival of its kind which runs annually in April; and breathtaking sunrise, sunset and stargazing experiences across the Red Centre.
For more information, visit: northernterritory.com/red-centre-light-trail