Journey to the Centre of the Vortex
ULURU - ADELAIDE OUTBACK EXPEDITION
TRACING THE BALI TO BAIRNSDALE ALIGNMENT
VISITING GRID POINT 44
Departing Uluru 15 JAN 2020- Arriving Adelaide 20 JAN 2020
Join us for this bespoke tour starting from Ayers Rock Resort at Uluru as we follow the Bali-Bairnsdale leyline to Grid Point 44 near the majestic Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges. This high energy vortex point is the place where there is a convergence of several Earth grid lines.
The Flinders Ranges in outback South Australia forms some of the most dramatic and beautiful landscapes in the country. It's a place rich in Aboriginal history and home to a vast array of wildlife.
We will visiting sacred sites, tour with the local Adnyamathanha people of the region as well as having quintessential Aussie outback experiences, all whilst being in the mystical energy of the region.
Sunrise walks and tours will start the magical days, taking in the beauty of the landscape. And relaxing into the evenings will begin with a sunset meditation to connect with our innate gifts through the wisdom of the ancient land we sit on. There will also be the opportunity for a group sacred light journey with a deep trance light machine, as well as a personal Pandora Star session. Skywatching under the canopy of the Milky Way will be spectacular in the desert darkness.
A highlight of the tour will be special access to a cave near Grid Point 44 which has been closed to the public for many years. In the area there are rock paintings dated 8,000 years old and carvings estimated to be 35,000 years old. The women in the group will have the opportunity to visit a sacred women’s waterhole.
We are honoured to have Robert Jameson accompanying us on this expedition. Robert is the author of The Bali to Bairnsdale Alignment and Earth's Reproductive Chakra.
Most nights we will be swagging in the outback under the stars (swags provided) as well as one night at a converted Shearer’s quarter. Upgrades at most sites can be arranged (although still basic).
This will be a truly magical experience, full of heartfelt connections, unique adventures and off-grid touring. There will be a maximum of 12 for this once-in-a-lifetime expedition.
Day 1 - Uluru to Cadney Homestead Roadhouse
> Visit Coober Pedy
Day 2 - Cadney Homestead to Andamooka Opal Field
> Visit Woomera
Day 3 - Andamooka Opal Field to Wilpena Pound
> Aussie Dinner at the Woolshed
Day 4 - Wiplena Pound to Martin Wells Homestead
> Morning walk into Arkaroo Rock ( 2hr )
> Scared Canyon and Pugilist Hill Lookout
> Hucks and Stokes Hill Lookouts
> Martin Wells Homestead
Day 5 - Grid 44- A Day at the Vortex and Magical Mystery Tour
> Tour with Local Elder
> Visit to Caves, glyphs and natural springs
> Optional women’s only tour to sacred waterhole
> Vortex meditation at Grid Point 44
Day 6 - Travel to Adelaide
This tour includes:
* Workshop and meet & greet with Robert Jameson on 14 Jan at Uluru
* Door to door transport from Uluru to Adelaide
* Use of swags and camp chairs
* Dinners Day 3, 4, and 5
* Aboriginal and Local Guide fees
* Sacred Light Journey sessions
* 1 x personal Pandora Star session ( 30mins )
* National Park permits/entry fees
* Camping fees
* Hosted skywatches
* Talks by Robert Jameson
$1,750 PER PERSON
Holding deposit - $350 per person PLUS 2 x instalments of $700
To be paid in full by 15 November 2019
* Tour will depart Ayers Rock Resort 7.30am 15 Jan 2020
* Book accommodation for night of 14 Jan at own cost using this LINK
* Tour will end at Adelaide Airport or CBD about 6pm 20 Jan
* To keep costs as low as possible, this is a no frills adventure.
Sleeping : You will be provider stretcher swags and deckchairs. At some sites it is possible to upgrade to accommodation (basic). Day 4 and 5 are compulsory swag nights as we are in the outback. You need to provide your own sleeping bag or sheets/pillow.
Food : Healthy, fresh food will be provided where possible. Vegan options will be available. Breakfasts will be provided. All lunches are at own cost. Dinner will be provided 3 nights.
Transport: The tour participants will be travelling door to door with Genesis Transport.
The itinerary may slightly alter due to weather conditions, vehicle access, and cultural conditions. Tour operators reserve the right to alter the route, food or accommodation arrangements, for varying reason during the journey.
January is at the peak of summer at the Flinders Ranges . Night temperatures can average 24ºC, so still very warm. The days can be up to 40ºC, and even hotter!
Graham Hancock - Earth's Energy Grids >> CLICK HERE