Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Listed as one of the world’s most recognisable natural landmarks, instantly identified by its striking red colour and desert outback backdrop. Also known as Ayers Rock, it is 348 metres high, 10 kilometres in circumference, and is a unique geological structure. The giant rock is also seen as significant cultural and spiritual site, incredibly important to the indigenous population of Australia. Want to see the Red Centre’s greatest natural attraction, learning about its incredible history, culture, science, and environment amidst the famous Uluru? Look no further, as our Uluru tours provide you with a variety of experiences, giving you the chance to explore Uluru and the stunning surrounds!

Best Uluru Tours

If you are starting at Alice Springs, then join our One Day Tour to see the natural scenery of the outback as well as Uluru. The tour offers a jam-packed day of adventure, including a base walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole, a stop at the Uluru Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, and the magic of Walpa Gorge at Kata Tjuta.

If you are already in the Uluru region, you can join our one-day Uluru tours departing from Yulara. Either trek out at the crack of dawn and start the day with a spectacular view during sunrise or enjoy a romantic sunset tour with a glass of sparkling wine.

Experience Our Uluru Multi-Day Trips

Uluru is smack bang in the middle of Australia with not a lot around it, so you may as well make the most of it after travelling this far and join a multi-day tour to further explore the area. From two-day trips to five-day Uluru tours, experience the Australian outback while stopping off to see extraordinary natural wonders such as the Devils Marbles, Kata Tjuta, Valley of the Winds, and Kings Canyon. Accommodation can include either dormitory rooming or camping, letting you sleep with uninterrupted views of the Milky Way.

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