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Depart from Ayers Rock on a scenic 2-hour air tour that soars over Kings Canyon, Lake Amadeus, and the impact crater at Gosses Bluff, which may have been formed by a meteorite crash. Hear informative commentary from the pilot during your flight and get great views from the guaranteed window seat of your fixed-wing plane. Select from a sunrise, morning, or afternoon tour.

Highlights

  • Scenic 2-hour flight over Gosses Bluff, Kings Canyon, and Lake Amadeus, from Ayers Rock Airport
  • Learn about the geology and Aboriginal histories of Australia's Red Centre
  • View landmarks like Kings Canyon, Gosses Bluff, and Lake Amadeus from the air
  • Includes live commentary via radio headsets, guaranteed window seating, and hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure

What You Can Expect

Transfer from your hotel to Ayers Rock Airport to board your fixed-wing plane for the 2-hour flight. Take off and make a low-level pass along the inlet into Lake Amadeus that permits clear views of the patterns and colors of the lake, then climb higher for a wide perspective on the 112-mile (180-km) lake.

Fly over the vast Australian outback and approach the George Gill Range and the beginning of Kings Canyon. Circle above the canyon as your pilot points out landmarks including the Garden of Eden waterhole and the Lost City.

Continue over the inaccessible George Gill and Middle Ranges, a sight seen by few people as it is inaccessible by road. Then circle the area of Gosses Bluff where a meteorite is thought to have crashed 140 million years ago and left a massive crater that is known as Tnorala to the Western Arrernte Aboriginal people.

Return to the airport and get another look at Lake Amadeus from the air. Your tour ends with return to your starting point.

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