26 reviews of Uluru (Ayers Rock) Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Uluru (Ayers Rock) Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Richard D, December 2011
View magnificent, food superb, well organized trip, Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Penny D, April 2013
Good view Ayers Rock with nice nibbles. My husband can't eat gluten and it was a shame no one knew if the crisps etc contained gluten. The meal was lovely and dietry requirements taken care of although no pudding for him !
The star gazing was amazing, we couldn't believe how many stars we could see and understood why the Milky way got its name.
Reviewed by Simon K, December 2012
Friendly staff and well organised. Good food too assuming that you eat red meat! You are given a park ticket valid for 3 days, so do this early on and use the ticket for the rest of your visits. Overall? Recommended for sure
Reviewed by Mark P, October 2012
Overall we thought this was really good. What we would have liked is longer at the sunset location to take more photo's. The star talk at the end of the evening was definitely the highlight, wow so many stars and the milky way.
Reviewed by Judy, Australia, March 2012
This is another one of those must do type tours at Uluru. The food was absolutly delicious, the information about the stars was interesting. The chance to dine under the stars at the base of Uluru was fabulous and we got to meet a lot of other tourists that were enjoying the experience along with us.
Reviewed by Alistair P, April 2013
Pleasant evening. Fairly standard view of the rock. Don't need a tour to see it. Pleasant company and atmosphere. Food alright if a bit overcooked. Interesting (if not very well informed) star talk.
Reviewed by A R J P, February 2013
The firm was no longer running so we had a lot of hassle getting a substitution but did get one in the end, The Star Tour treat was a great let-down but the lady who gave the fill-in chat was quite good but not an astronomer. The BBQ was very good although you couldn't see what you were eating.
Reviewed by OZTRIP, November 2012
Enjoyed the trip. The food was a better than you are likely to get in resort and the staff were pleasant.
Reviewed by Benoit G, October 2012
Good food, nice people and extraordinary location. Worth every penny :)
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