Let nature overwhelm you in the Red Centre as you visit Uluru, an awesome red monolith of stone protruding from the desert and Kata Tjuta. You'll leave with a powerful and moving experience of awe and wonder.
Nature will overwhelm you in the Red Centre. See Uluru, an awesome red monolith of stone protruding from the desert and Kata Tjuta, a vast collection of rock domes. Ancient spiritual beliefs of the traditional Aboriginal owners pervade each cave and cleft... silent and strong. To visit Uluru is a powerful and moving experience of awe and wonder.
- Yulara - a modern desert tourist resort town
- Experience the presence of Uluru - the massive stone heart of Australia
- Learn of Aboriginal Tjukurpa and rock art on the Mala Walk
- Take a complete circuit tour around the base of Uluru learning of the geology and legends of the rock
- Take a guided walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole and see Aboriginal rock art
- Learn of the law, legends and bush tucker of the Anangu people
- Visit Uluru and Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and learn about Aboriginal culture and art
- Uluru base - see it, touch it perhaps even climb it#
- Visit Kata Tjuta - walking trails lead to cool valleys and secluded waterholes
- Witness an Uluru sunset while sipping sparkling wine or juice followed by a sunset buffet consisting of cold meats, garden salad and bread.
- Sunset buffet dinner
- Guided walks at Mala and Mutitjulu Waterhole
- Meals and drinks not specified
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs
- Park entry
- Tour returns to Ayers Rock Resort after sunset.
- Hats, sunscreen, sturdy walking shoes and bottled water are required when participating in walks. All walking and climbs are subject to weather conditions.
- The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park fee is a government charge payable directly to the Park and is not included in the fare. The entry fee of approximately $25 (at the time of publishing) is valid 3 days. It is subject to change without notice. Children are free of charge.
- The Uluru climb may be closed at anytime due to Aboriginal cultural requirements or extreme weather conditions.