Things to Do in Uluru

Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the world. The incredible natural monolith sits snug in the heart of the Red Centre of Australia, imbued with a fascinating Aboriginal history and stunning views. Its sheer grandiosity its best experienced during the changing colours of sunrise or sunset, when the vibrant oranges turn from milky pink to earthy red.  

Now a World Heritage listed attraction, Uluru is a local pilgrimage site that sits amongst an incredibly spiritual and cultural area. Surrounding it, the magnificent Kata-Tjuta National Park brings the Olgas and a collection of other surreal natural monoliths to visitors, promising a breath-taking experience like no other.

As well as popping into the local Aboriginal centres and learning more about the cultural past of the area, you can walk the trails of Kings Canyon, bask under star-filled skies, and kick back in real outback stations that hint at the authentic side of Australian life.

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