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.
The tour was great the viewing spot was good not too crowded the barbecue in the shadows of Uluru was relaxed and there was no shortage of food , the star talk was good as well . It is a must!
It was a good experience the view of the "rock" and later on the BBQ dinner.
The only sort of regret is that there were so many people at the rock viewing point that it was not a moment of quietness. But, hey, it is a tourist attraction, right?
Thanks for the guides, the driver,the food and all.
Fantastic. yes the sky was completely overcast with no stars in sight but that is the weather. The guides did their best to tell stories to make up for this and the BBQ was great. Highly recommended.
fantastic, staff are brilliant,food beautiful. Highly recommended, loved every minute.
We were not sure what to expect from this, given that it would be a very large group of people, so we were pleasantly surprised at the outcome. We were given nearly an hour to appreciate the changing colors of Uluru leading up to sunset, aided by cheese and wine to tide us over to dinner. The dinner itself was absolutely sumptuous, very delicious, and it was very enjoyable to meet others on the tour. After dinner, our driver gave us a wonderful and entertaining tour of the stars. Save your money--don't bother with the expensive Sounds of Silence dinner. It couldn't be any better than this!
wonderful experience. the guides were very nice and knowledgable. The bbq dinner was delicious and the stargazing was amazing.
The staff were all really friendly, the food was great, and the stars were amazing!! I've never seen the night sky so clear in my life!
friendly people - just make you melt in the outback from joy
View magnificent, food superb, well organized trip, Highly recommended.
Good points.Picked up from hotel,went to the viewing area.Saw the sunset.Taken to the Visitors Centre where the BBQ was already set up.Very professional service.Plenty to eat and drink.Finally the guide spoke enthusiastically about the stars
Bad points.Don't expect Patrick Moore standard
it was lovely. Plenty of food. The driver Tony and tour guide Ryan wereexcellent! Some people didn't like the music on the way home but I thought it was good however the sound system in AAT Kings bus was very tinny! Thank you for a great evening!
We had a wonderful evening for this tour and really enjoyed it. The sunset cocktails were great and the food at the dinner was wonderful. We had no trouble with flies or any other critters. The only negative was that while waiting for sunset there were no chairs provided and we were there for an extended period of time.
The organisation was flawless. The food was excellent and the stargazing, albeit elementary, reminded me of Devon when I was a child when there was less light pollution.in England at night. Their seemed to be a maze of cloying political correctness surrounding the aborigine/traditional owner/indigenous peoples emanating from the European descendant guides, which made one nervous for fear of offending them. No such concern from the aborigines themselves where the social interaction was no nonsense, plain speaking and enjoyable.
My family and I visited Uluru on 07 and 08 Aug 2013 and had a wonderful experience. The weather was just right, not too hot and just cool enough at night. The first day we did the Sunset and BBQ dinner plus Star Gazing. The dinner was delicious and plentiful and it was great to see Uluru change colors while the sun set. The next day we went on the SEIT tour of Uluru and saw it up close. The guide told us a lot about the legends and history behind this great Australian icon. Besides this we also took advantage of the many free activities at the Resort. The staff were were helpful and courteous. This was truly an experience to remember.