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Fabulous venue. lovely evening, shame about the clouds blocking the view to the heavens..
Very enjoyable evening. Drinks were included which was great. Had a table of travellers from around the globe. Food was delicious.
Nicely done. Even though we were so "lucky" as to be out under a cloudy sky---rarest of rare occurrences at Ayers Rock---the staff made the program entertaining. Great experience!
Is a must do - a candle lit dinner in the desert, under a starry sky, with the mystical Uluru on one side and the fascinating Olga’s in the distance on the other side. As the sun set down over Uluru we were served Kangaroo, Emu and Crocodile canapés with champagne drinks. The main meal was very good and there was plenty of it plus the wine was free flowing. To add to the enjoyment of the evening we had the pleasure of sharing a table with a group other like minded fellow travellers. Everyone had fantastic evening that no one wanted it to end. It was worth every cent.
(A mother and young adult daughter travelling together - can you imagine how more enjoyable it would be for a couple).
wonderful tour. great value for the heart and the pocket
An absolutely fabulous experience. We have dark black skies in Spain,but nothing like being in the middle of nowhere and seeing stars of the other side of the world. Thoroughly recommend the trip, although like other trips..they are extremely expensive. Excellent food. Very enjoyable.
This dinner is a must do for anyone traveling to Ayers Rock. The evening begins with canapes, champagne, and a didgeredoo performance! Dinner under the stars is breathtaking and the food is delicious!
Great evening out under the stars. Considering where you are (ie in the desert) the food is fine and the service good. Beautiful sunset views. Well organised tour.