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- Uluru Sunrise Indigenous Experience plus Kata Tjuta Tour including a BBQ Dinner
- Take a walk along the trail through Walpa Gorge at Kata Tjuta
- See the changing colour sky as the sun sets over Uluru
- Enjoy a barbecue dinner under the stars at Ayers Rock
- Experience a spectacular sunrise over Uluru
- Take a base walk around Uluru with an indigenous guide and learn about Uluru's importance to the Anangu people
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What You Can Expect
Take an afternoon tour to see one of the Australian outback’s most iconic sights: the 36 red sandstone domes of Kata Tjuta (formerly known as the Olgas). Follow the trail through Walpa Gorge, tracing the path of a creek bed between two of Kata Tjuta’s tallest domes.
Leaving Kata Tjuta in the late afternoon, travel to the Uluru sunset viewing area to witness a stunning sunset. Bring your camera to catch Uluru change color at sunset, and relax with snacks and a glass of wine.
After sunset, travel to a special outdoor dining venue to enjoy a Uluru BBQ dinner of steak, sausages, kangaroo meat, salads and bread served with sparkling wine. As twilight turns to evening and the stars begin to shine, take a stargazing tour of the Australian desert's clear night skies.
Uluru Sunrise Indigenous Experience
Start your Uluru indigenous experience with a pre-dawn drive from the Ayers Rock Resort Hotel to Uluru, and experience a spectacular sunrise over the famous red sandstone monolith. Bring your camera to catch the light change from gray to red as the sun lights up Uluru and the surrounding outback plains.
Then, after breakfast at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, take a guided walk around the base of Uluru. Led by a member of the Anangu people, the traditional owners of Uluru, you’ll receive rare insights from your guide, and understand Uluru’s cultural significance for the Anangu Aborigines. Hear stories around the campfire and watch displays of the Aborigines’ ancient bush skills.
Great experience, sunrise and sunset at Uluru were beautiful, but Kata Tjuta is perhaps even more spectacular than Uluru. The BBQ was well organised, food was fine and there was a stargazing talk at the end which was also nice.