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There are a few ways to see immense, grand Uluru, or Ayers Rock. Guided tours and walks have their strengths, but bike rides make it a pleasure to travel around the rock’s 9-mile (15 kilometers) path on a self-guided tour. This 3-hour bike rental leaves you plenty of time travel at your own pace and make stops when you’d like. Plus, opt for pickup and drop-off within the Ayer’s Rock Resort.
Glide around Uluru (Ayers Rock) on a Segway for the best possible sunrise views during this morning tour. Instruction and light breakfast precede your takeoff for the route, which includes highlights such as the Mutitjulu Waterhole. Pickup is available from area hotels and the Ayers Rock Resort campground.
Getting around the base of Uluru on foot is a challenge—the monolith is large and takes a long time to circumnavigate on foot. Traveling via Segway means you can make it all the way around in a short amount of time. Instruction and provided equipment mean even beginners can take part in this tour, with a guide in the lead providing navigation and commentary. This self-drive tour allows you the freedom to just meet your tour at Uluru instead of trekking to a central meeting point.
Acclaimed artist Bruce Munro was so inspired by Ayers Rock (Uluru) that he created the Field of Light, an illuminated installation that channels the spiritual energy Munro felt during a visit the Australia’s Red Desert. Observe the radiant display and watch a magical sunrise at Ayers Rock (Uluru) on this tour, which includes hotel pickup and drop-off. As you watch the sun rise majestically over the iconic Australian landmark, you’ll enjoy tea and coffee in the observation area and listen to commentary from your guide.
Enjoy short guided walks and see the iconic monuments of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park at both sunrise and sunset on this combo tour. Walk along the base of Uluru (Ayers Rock) then watch the sun set over this giant monolith from a different perspective as you sip sparkling wine. Rise early the following morning to observe the many rock domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) at sunrise followed by a picnic breakfast and a walk through Walpa Gorge. Numbers are limited to 11 participants for that personalized attention from your professional guide. Travel in air-conditioned 4WD vehicles from Ayers Rock Resort.
Note: You can take both tours in one day or spread them over two days, in either order.
Short on time? Marvel over the star attractions of Australia’s Red Centre on a half-day tour from Ayers Rock. Witness the dazzling sunrise over sacred Uluru from the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing platform and learn about the rock’s spiritual importance to the Anangu indigenous people. Then, embark on a guided hike through the red desert of the Walpa Gorge and get up close to the magnificent domed rocks of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).
Don’t feel you have to follow rigid sightseeing schedules, discover the majestic Uluru at your own pace with this Ayers Rock combo, featuring two half-day tours. Over two days, see ancient Aboriginal rock paintings at the Mutitjulu Waterhole, witness a magical Uluru sunset and sunrise, see the mystical red-rock domes of The Olgas (Kata Tjuta), and hike through the Walpa Gorge. Upgrade to include a classic Australian barbecue after your sunset tour or, if you're an active traveler, add on a full-day trip to Kings Canyon, famed for its desert flora and fauna.
Enjoy a small-group tour of majestic Kata Tjuta, one of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders. Travel from Ayers Rock Resort in an air-conditioned 4WD to Walpa Gorge, part of the Kata Tjuta site within UNESCO-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Learn the natural history and cultural significance of this sacred site and walk through the gorge for an amazing perspective of this key landmark. Travel in a small group with a maximum of 11 participants for a more intimate experience.
Join your friendly and professional guide in your air-conditioned small group tour vehicle to explore the most profound and culturally significant monolith in Australia. Embrace the culture, geology and environment that is Uluru. You will meander into Mutitjulu Waterhole, undertake the Mala Walk and visit rock art sites to learn of Uluru’s significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people. Adjourn to the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area to watch an uninterrupted sunset away from the crowds to appreciate the expanse of this desert region at its most peaceful.
Experience the sunrise over Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), one of the most iconic natural landmarks in Australia's Red Centre. Before dawn, travel into UNESCO-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and admire the colors of the sunrise over the desert landscape and Kata Tjuta rock formations. Enjoy an outback picnic breakfast followed by a walking tour of stunning Walpa Gorge. This small-group tour is limited to 11 participants, which allows for a more personalized experience.
Experience the magnetic allure of Uluru (Ayers rock) on this half-day tour from Ayers Rock resort. Get up close to the UNESCO-listed landmark with a drive around the base and follow the Kuniya Walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole. Discover Uluru’s spiritual significance as you admire ancient Aboriginal rock art and visit the Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. Then, sip a glass of wine and munch on canapés as you witness the dazzling sunset over Uluru. Finish your day with a hearty Aussie-style BBQ (if option selected) beneath the desert stars.
Wind down the day by watching the sunset over Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Your guide takes you into Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park to enjoy the colorful sunrise while sipping a glass of wine and snacking on gourmet appetizers. Hear about the history and sacred significance of Kata Tjuta, and learn some of the legends of the local Anangu people. This 2.5-hour tour provides a once-in-a-lifetime experience of Australia’s Red Centre.
Watch the sunset at Uluru during a tour that features a highlight of Australia's Red Centre. Includes light refreshments and a glass of sparkling wine, along with informative commentary from your guide and transportation.
Get up early to experience the sunrise over Uluru, a must-do when visiting Australia's Red Centre. Enjoy a picnic breakfast, visit Mutitjulu Waterhole, see ancient rock art, and then drive around the base of the Uluru. This highlights tour is perfect for those short on time.
Explore the mystery of Uluru and watch a breathtaking sunset over the worlds most iconic rock. Camp underneath a billion stars and hike between the magnificent domes of Kata Tjuta. We are the smallest family business in the big Red Centre and the only company to offer a tailored 2 day camping tour in the Uluru/Kata Tjuta National Park. See everything the area has to offer and avoid the endless driving hours associated with trips that run from Alice Springs. Our groups are smaller, our tours are more personal and our legendary guides are always ready to welcome you with a story and a smile :)
Combine a walk to the Mutitjulu waterhole with a Segway tour around the base of Uluru on this multi-activity tour. Learn about the ancient history and folklore surrounding the red monolith as you travel around the entire base—a tough task on foot. All Segway instruction and equipment are provided, so even beginners can feel safe and comfortable. This all-inclusive tour also provides round-trip transportation from the Ayers Rock Resort.
Explore one of Australia’s most distinctive natural features—Uluru—on this fun Segway and sunset tour. Your guide will take you to some hidden Aboriginal rock art sites, and tell you about the local history and culture. Travel around the base of the enormous monolith on a Segway. These fun vehicles are also environmentally friendly and make little noise, so they’re the ideal way to explore a sacred natural wonder. Cap the evening with a sunset picnic.
Ayers Rock is Australia’s postcard star, but many visitors opt for a whistle-stop tour and miss out on the magic of the Red Centre. This 4-tour combo ensures you check off all the highlights, including a sunrise base walk of Uluru, a sunrise hike through the Valley of the Winds, a sunset tour of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), and a sunset visit to Uluru, including an optional Aussie BBQ dinner. You can even add on a hike around King’s Canyon.
Discover the highlights of Australia's Red Centre on a 3-day tour that takes in Uluru, Kings Canyon and Alice Springs. View the sunset and sunrise over Uluru, explore Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Walpa Gorge and Kings Canyon on guided hikes, and travel through the Australian Outback to Alice Springs via a huge cattle station. Learn about Aboriginal culture, see sacred sites and marvel at the natural beauty of the vast central desert.
See the major landmarks of Australia's red center from the air on a 6-hour scenic flight from Ayers Rock airport. View Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Lake Amadeus, and Kings Canyon. Touch down on the authentic country airstrip at Kings Creek Station, then drive along the George Gill Ranges to Kings Canyon where you take a one-hour walk. All flights have guaranteed window seats and informative commentary provided by your professional pilot.
This tour is a small group tour departing with a minimum of 2 travellers and a maximum of 11.
This tour takes you around the entire circuit of the Valley of the winds walk with a guide to answer all your questions.
Language audio guide available on this tour.
Located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a large rock formation that’s sacred to indigenous Australians. On this tour from Yulara, experience the sunrise over Uluru and learn about the culture of the Anangu people during a walk with an indigenous guide. Plus, stop at the Cultural Centre to purchase local art and crafts.
Departing from your Ayers Rock accommodation, we journey 45km east of Uluru along the Lasseter Highway to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and explore Walpa Gorge.
The 36 domes of Kata Tjuta cover an area of over 21 kms², and with Uluru, they form the major landmarks within Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park. Walkthrough the sheer walls of 2 of the largest domes that make up Walpa Gorge and experience this amazing landscape, with spectacular views as you look out from the gorge of the Outback plain. A must-see in Central Australia.
Depart Ayers Rock Resort mid-afternoon for Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park.
Join your driver/guide and learn the significance of ancient Aboriginal rock art, about the area’s flora and fauna, and culture of its traditional owners, the Anangu. Enjoy guided walks of the Mala and Mutitjulu Waterhole sacred sites. View ancient rock art and hear stories of traditional Anangu life.
Learn the Tjukurpa (creation) story of Kuniya and Liru.
Return to Ayers Rock Resort at approximately 5 pm.