Fly to Australia’s Northern Territory for a song with Richard Branson’s V Australia
V Australia has made it easier than ever for US traveler’s to explore Australia’s Red Centre with round-trip fares starting at $878 from Los Angeles International Airport to one of Australia’s most iconic sites, Ayers Rock (also known as Uluru), located in the Northern Territory. Twice the size of California, the NT encompasses almost one sixth of the country’s total land mass and is home to the legendary Outback, Aboriginal culture, incredible natural landscapes, and unique wildlife. Visitors can learn about the songlines from the local indigenous people and go “walkabout” from Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon up to the Top End to experience the wildlife of Katherine Gorge and Kakadu National Park. There are a variety of quintessentially Australian activities to be enjoyed, from sleeping under a canopy of stars, to being a “jackeroo” and mustering livestock on cattle stations, and learning about the ancient traditions of Aboriginal culture. For an exclusive front row view, camp out in style at the luxurious Longitude 131, where each tent pays tribute to an early Australian explorer or pioneer. To learn more about this uniquely beautiful part of the world and some of the adventures available, visit www.australiasoutback.com.
V Australia is offering five-day and eight-day packages, including a stop-over in Sydney, but all travel must be booked by July 30, 2010 for travel dates between August 1-September 21, 2010. (Additional dates are available at a higher cost.) For further details about the round-trip fare and packages, visit www.vaustralia.com/ayersrock or call 1 866.415. 4749. To book the “All About the Rock” package, use offer code: SO10142A. To book the “Ayers Rock & Sydney” package, use offer code: SO10143A.