- 3-day Uluru and Kata Tjuta tour at Ayers Rock
- Enjoy the unforgettable Sounds of Silence dinner
- Be awed as the sun rises and sets over Uluru
- Wander the majestic domes of Kata Tjuta
- Choice of accommodation to suit all budgets
What You Can Expect
After arriving at Ayers Rock Airport, you will be transferred to your selected hotel. Spend the afternoon relaxing at your leisure, then enjoy one of the Australian outback’s most iconic experiences at the award-winning Sounds of Silence dinner. Dine under the stars on a gourmet Australian meal of canapés, a BBQ buffet and dessert. Enjoy the accompanying cultural entertainment, then join an expert stargazer on a tour of the constellations twinkling in the clear desert night skies above.
Overnight: Outback Pioneer Hotel (budget and standard accommodation), Desert Gardens Hotel (superior) or Sails in the Desert (first-class), Ayers Rock
Day 2: Ayers Rock -- Kata Tjuta -- Ayers Rock
Wake up early to watch Uluru change color as the sun rises over the desert, and then take a guided tour around the base of Uluru. See important Aboriginal sites and hear the traditional legends behind the creation of Uluru, and then visit the Mutitjulu Waterhole to see ancient Aboriginal rock art and hear about the local flora and fauna depicted over the millennia. Learn more about the Aboriginal legends and lifestyle at the Uluru–Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, where you can also see locally made arts and crafts.
In the afternoon, travel to the magical domes of Kata Tjuta (formerly known as the Olgas), with a stop en route to enjoy panoramic views of these monolithic rocks sprouting out of the desert. At Kata Tjuta, take a guided walk along a former creek bed winding between the towering domes at Walpa Gorge. As the sun dips toward the horizon, return to Ayers Rock to enjoy wine and snacks as you watch the unforgettable sight of the sun setting behind Uluru.
Overnight: your same accommodation, Ayers Rock
Day 3: Ayers Rock -- Ayers Rock Airport
After enjoying the morning at your leisure at Ayers Rock, be transferred to Ayers Rock Airport to catch your onward flight.
Visits to Indigenous sites may change at short notice, due to the cultural and ceremonial obligations. The Anangu (Aboriginal landowners) regard Uluru as a sacred site and strongly discourage climbing the rock.
BUDGET & STANDARD:
Outback Pioneer Hotel: The
Outback Pioneer Hotel has a true outback, pioneering atmosphere that
gives guests a real taste of traditional Australian hospitality. Take a refreshing dip in the pool or cook up
some outback delights on the barbecue, or meet new friends over a beer and some hearty bush
tucker in the Bough House Restaurant. Choice of budget dormitory style accommodation with shared bathroom or standard room with own bathroom facilities.
Desert Gardens Hotel: Enjoy the charm of the Desert Gardens Hotel where magnificent ghost gums and flowering native shrubs provide a distinct botanical theme. Set amidst the landscaped gardens, the hotel features a swimming pool and is close to the resort's shops and Visitors Centre. The hotel offers a range of stylish accommodation. Desert Gardens is the superior hotel at Ayers Rock Resort and is centrally located to all resort and touring facilities.
Sails In The Desert: Sails in the Desert is the premier hotel at Ayers Rock Resort, with spacious, airy and exquisitely furnished rooms set in lush park-like grounds. Deriving its name from the distinctive sail-like structures, which provide shade and a touch of elegance to its design, Sails in the Desert is the ultimate in luxury in the Red Centre. Rooms are spacious and exquisitely furnished, all with private balcony or verandah. The hotel features a swimming pool, tennis court, mini golf and three restaurants.
Please note: Due to operational requirements, hotels are subject to change by the tour operator without notice.