The Uluru Experience
The Red Centre is one of the most iconic parts of Australia, where Alice Springs offers access to the awe-inspiring Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Kings Canyon. Discover the myths and legends of the oldest living culture on Earth and dream with these magical landscapes. Get ready for your most memorable outback adventure!
About Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park covers 1,326 square kilometers and is home to two of the world’s most iconic rock formations: Kata Tjuta, known also as The Olgas, and its 36 domed heads, Kata Tjuta is the Aboriginal name, which means “many heads’. And Uluru, sometimes called Ayers Rock, one of the largest monoliths in the world. Made of arkosic sandstone, Uluru rises 348 meters above the desert floor (higher than the Eiffel Tower) and has a circumference of 9.4 kilometers.
The origins of Uluru and Kata Tjuta date back about 500 million years, to around the same time the Australian continent was formed. You’ll find Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park about 450 kilometers, or a four and a half hour drive southwest of Alice Springs, the nearest major town.
Uluru and Kata Tjuta still have significant meaning to Aboriginal people, they both form an important focus of their spiritual life. Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park is Aboriginal land. The park is jointly managed by its Anangu traditional owners and Parks Australia. The park is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Area for both its natural and cultural values.
About the Tour
Sunset and sunrise over Uluru and Kata Tjuta are spectacular, with the colours at both sites changing as the sun rises or the light slowly becomes darkness. Even the often underestimated Kata Tjuta, with its 36 domes spread over an area of more than 20 kilometers, will offer an experience you will hardly forget with its stunning landscapes and viewpoints. Enjoy the cultural landscapes of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with a guided tour where you can not only experience at your own leisure the beauty that lies in the Red Centre of Australia but also learn the deep significance and spiritual meaning of this land to Australian Indigenous culture. With countless tours and experiences on offer at Uluru, you’ll be sure to pack your days with fun and action as soon as you reach Alice Springs!
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1 Day Uluru Tour
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Starting from $225
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Starting from $99
Visit Uluru, discover its ancient meaning, walk the Mala walk along with experienced guides and dive into myths and Legends of the Australian Aborigines.
Visit Kata Tjuta National Park and its stunning landscapes.
End your day with a glass of sparkling wine while enjoying the sun setting over Uluru.
Start your day with a healthy lunch before visiting the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and learn more about Uluru’s deep significance and spiritual meaning to Australian Indigenous culture.
Discover Uluru, enjoy a guided Mala Walk around the big rock.
Spend an unforgettable night in the desert, gaze at a million of stars and get ready for your next day at Kata Tjuta National Park.
Enjoy your morning drive to the remote outback where you will be starting your 3 day tour.
Visit Uluru at your own pace, enjoy the beauty of the sun rising over one of the world’s largest monoliths, challenge yourselves with guided and unguided walks through Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park and be rewarded with hearty meals in the evening, friendly chats and nights full of stars.
Explore Kings Canyon with the guided 6km Canyon Rim Walk in one of the most spectacular areas of the outback.
Sit back and relax as you travel into the amazing Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park.
Spend 3 full days in the Australian outback, learn more about the local flora, fauna, bush tucker, ancient paintings and the Dreamtime stories of this Anangu sacred site.
Travel 40 kilometers to the west of the iconic Uluru to take in the sites of Kata Tjuta. Enjoy a walk through the spectacular Valley of the Winds. This walk can be a little challenging, but well worth the effort!
Gather around a fire at night, share stories with fellow intrepid travellers, gaze at a million of stars and make everlasting memories!
Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine while watching the sun setting over Uluru. You will be guided to Uluru sunset viewing area to watch as the rock changes colour before your very eyes.
Tonight you will be dining in the open, a tasty and freshly cooked BBQ is waiting for you.
After dinner, you will be transferred back to Ayers Rock Resort and then dropped off at your hotel.
What you need to know…
- The temperatures in cooler months (May to August) can drop to around 5ºC so be prepared for chilly nights.
- Uluru is a sacred site and the Anangu people ask visitors to respect their culture by not climbing the rock.
- We are able to cater for special dietary requests but it must be requested at the time of booking.
- You can choose whether you prefer to begin your tour in Alice Springs, Uluru or Ayers Rock Airport. Please enquire at the time of booking for availability.
- You will have the option to sleep in a swag during our camping tours, if you’re brave enough! A swag is a large sleeping bag made from strong canvas, suitable for sleeping outdoors, with a sponge mattress inside providing warmth and comfort.
- You can bring your own sleeping bag if you want or you can hire one for an extra cost.
- Bring your own bottles of water. It is recommended that you drink 1 liter of water per hour to prevent dehydration during summer months.
or call 08 8929 1609 to enquire
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