Vero Red Centre Adventure

3 days of 4WD off-road adventure between Alice Springs and Uluru

Vero Red Centre Adventure

Craft and deliver a custom 3-day incentive that created challenges and adventure for a group of VIP brokers in the Northern Territory.

We took the group from all Australia and flew them into Alice Springs to begin their 4WD corporate adventure into the heart of the Red Centre of Australia.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How big is each artwork and how many people does it suit?
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Each artwork is 3m x 1m and is suitable for up to 12 people to complete at one time. Any more than that and people aren't actively engaged.
Will we get paint on ourselves?
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On your hands, possibly, however we provide aprons, gloves and masks to keep everyone paint-free.
Can you set up at our office or venue?
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​For sure! We just need to chat with you to ensure that the space meets our safety requirements for this experience.
What if it rains?
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Unfortunately rain and paint don't mix well. If it looks likely to rain we can either postpone your experience or move it to an indoor venue.
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  • THE EVENT
  • Nestled at the heart of Australia lies a place of unparalleled beauty and cultural significance – the Red Centre.

    Often overlooked by many Australians, this remarkable region is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. In this blog post, we’ll take you on an unforgettable journey through the Red Centre, showcasing a one-of-a-kind adventure that we recently organised for a group of 16 young brokers from around Australia. From the rugged outback of Alice Springs to the awe-inspiring Uluru, we’ll unveil the wonders of this iconic landscape, all while immersing ourselves in its rich Indigenous culture.

    Our adventure commenced in Alice Springs, where the brokers gathered for lunch and a briefing. Divided into teams of three, each equipped with their own trusty 4WD, our journey took us deep into the vibrant red dust, charting a course for Uluru – but not the usual way.

    As our 4WDs roared to life, we ventured southward, breaking away from the well-trodden path. The landscape unfolded before our eyes, a mesmerizing tapestry of desert vistas, ancient rock formations, and endless skies. With frequent driver changes, we forged ahead, setting up camp just in time for a breathtaking sunset. There, under the canopy of stars, we slept in swags, truly connecting with the essence of the outback.

    Our expedition was not just about adventure; it was also an opportunity to give back. We made a pit stop at a remote Indigenous community, bearing gifts of clothing, toys, and books for the local children. The smiles on their faces warmed our hearts as we left behind a small piece of ourselves in this culturally rich and welcoming community.

    After our heartwarming detour, we continued our journey, arriving at Lambert’s for dinner. Once again, we dined under the magnificent night sky, a stark contrast to our usual urban surroundings. The tranquility of the desert night was a reminder of the immense beauty and simplicity that nature has to offer.

    Our final day on the road began just before lunch as we pushed forward towards our ultimate destination, Uluru. A stop in Curtin Springs allowed us to refuel our 4WDs before embarking on the last leg of our journey. As we approached Uluru, the iconic monolith seemed to rise from the earth itself, a sight that left us in awe.

    Our adventure wasn’t just about admiring the natural wonders of the Red Centre; it was also about connecting with its rich Indigenous culture. We had the privilege of touring Uluru with a local Aboriginal guide, who shared stories and insights that deepened our appreciation of this sacred place.

    As our adventure neared its end, we arrived at Sails in the Desert, a haven of comfort in the heart of the outback. Here, we enjoyed a cold drink and a well-deserved rest in comfy beds, a stark contrast to our swags under the stars.

    Before bidding farewell to the Red Centre, we couldn’t resist one last adventure – a sunrise camel ride around Uluru. It was the perfect way to savour the beauty of this extraordinary place one last time before returning to our daily lives.

Nestled at the heart of Australia lies a place of unparalleled beauty and cultural significance – the Red Centre.

Often overlooked by many Australians, this remarkable region is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. In this blog post, we’ll take you on an unforgettable journey through the Red Centre, showcasing a one-of-a-kind adventure that we recently organised for a group of 16 young brokers from around Australia. From the rugged outback of Alice Springs to the awe-inspiring Uluru, we’ll unveil the wonders of this iconic landscape, all while immersing ourselves in its rich Indigenous culture.

Our adventure commenced in Alice Springs, where the brokers gathered for lunch and a briefing. Divided into teams of three, each equipped with their own trusty 4WD, our journey took us deep into the vibrant red dust, charting a course for Uluru – but not the usual way.

As our 4WDs roared to life, we ventured southward, breaking away from the well-trodden path. The landscape unfolded before our eyes, a mesmerizing tapestry of desert vistas, ancient rock formations, and endless skies. With frequent driver changes, we forged ahead, setting up camp just in time for a breathtaking sunset. There, under the canopy of stars, we slept in swags, truly connecting with the essence of the outback.

Our expedition was not just about adventure; it was also an opportunity to give back. We made a pit stop at a remote Indigenous community, bearing gifts of clothing, toys, and books for the local children. The smiles on their faces warmed our hearts as we left behind a small piece of ourselves in this culturally rich and welcoming community.

After our heartwarming detour, we continued our journey, arriving at Lambert’s for dinner. Once again, we dined under the magnificent night sky, a stark contrast to our usual urban surroundings. The tranquility of the desert night was a reminder of the immense beauty and simplicity that nature has to offer.

Our final day on the road began just before lunch as we pushed forward towards our ultimate destination, Uluru. A stop in Curtin Springs allowed us to refuel our 4WDs before embarking on the last leg of our journey. As we approached Uluru, the iconic monolith seemed to rise from the earth itself, a sight that left us in awe.

Our adventure wasn’t just about admiring the natural wonders of the Red Centre; it was also about connecting with its rich Indigenous culture. We had the privilege of touring Uluru with a local Aboriginal guide, who shared stories and insights that deepened our appreciation of this sacred place.

As our adventure neared its end, we arrived at Sails in the Desert, a haven of comfort in the heart of the outback. Here, we enjoyed a cold drink and a well-deserved rest in comfy beds, a stark contrast to our swags under the stars.

Before bidding farewell to the Red Centre, we couldn’t resist one last adventure – a sunrise camel ride around Uluru. It was the perfect way to savour the beauty of this extraordinary place one last time before returning to our daily lives.

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