The next morning, day 3, many early risers undertook the 6km walk around the rim of King’s Canyon. While optional, most of the group took to the challenge and were rewarded with breathtaking scenery as the sun rose. The group were then split in half again and swapped transport ensuring everyone on the trip got to experience the bus trip and 4-wheel drive adventure. The group made a pit stop for some well-earned cold refreshments and beef jerky at Simpsons Gap before heading back to Alice Springs to freshen up for the last dinner of the trip.

The Quarry was the venue for the final dinner and was an incredible night of entertainment, laughs and dancing in the red dirt. The dessert diamonds kicked off the night with a few tunes and dances before the headline act Adam Thompson of Chocolate Starfish fame stormed onto the stage kicking the entertainment up a notch and wowing the crowd. After multiple encores from the band, the group eventually departed the Quarry. An awesome night and excellent trip were enjoyed by all.

"Natbuild’s members and their builder customers enjoyed a hilarious afternoon of one handed, blindfolded damper-making, outback first aid lessons, snake education and boomerang throwing."

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