The land ‘down under’ hits many travelers bucket lists, and if you are going to go visit this amazing continent this year, you might as well check out all you can see.
Which makes the newest tourism promotion coming out of Aussie that much more interesting.
Air carrier Qantas, in partnership with Northern Territory Tourism, is giving American travelers the opportunity to visit the Australian Outback at a rebated cost, with free one-way tickets this region.
Dubbed the “Fly Free to the Outback” initiative, U.S. tourists will receive a free flight from Melbourne, Brisbane, or Sydney to Alice Springs, Uluru, or Darwin. There is a small catch, and that is those taking advantage of this deal need to book a minimum of a two-night in the Outback region via one of the following travel providers, including: Down Under Answers, Qantas Vacations, Goway, About Australia, and Aspire Down Under.
And while there is that one ‘two-night-stay’ catch within the deal, it won’t be hard for tourist to find things to see or do in this area of the world. One huge attraction is Ayers Rock, also known as Uluru, which happens to be the continent’s biggest natural landmark, standing at 1,142 feet tall. The beautifully red landmass across this area is also thought to be a spiritual spot for indigenous Australians, and dates back an estimated 550 million years.
Travel and Leisure reported that the region is also home to Nitmiluk National Park, where the outdoor adventurous type can check out the 13 gorges made from ancient sandstone, including beautiful rainforests and awe-inspiring waterfalls. Not to mention Alice Springs, where guests can book a camel ride that winds through orange terrain via a nocturnal tour.
Interested in learning more? Those who want to take advantage of the “Fly Free To Outback” deal must book this by July 31st, with travel dates looming through to December 31st of this year.