About The Tour
Recognised around the world as one of the great natural wonders, Uluru (Ayers Rock) has stood for well over 500 million years and makes for an imposing figure rising above the landscape. It's not only a wonderful Australian icon but also a place of great spiritual and cultural significance that draws in visitors from near and far despite its remote location. This two-day Uluru tour sets out to make things easy for travellers as we explore deep into the outback and camp out underneath the stars.
Arrives: Approximately 12:00pm
Child: $358 (Minimum age for this tour is 9 years old)
National Park Entry is required for this tour – Adult $25 & Child $12.50. Ticket is valid for 3 days.
Sleeping bags hire – $20 per person
Requires a reasonable level of fitness
Please advise us any dietary requirements at the time of the booking
Luggage restriction is 20kgs per person.
What to Bring
Comfortable walking shoes, warm clothes for winter such as long sleeves & beanies, fly nets for summer, hat, sunscreen, large water bottle, sleeping bags, bathers, toiletries and camera with LOTS of memory and battery
Day 1: Uluru Base Walk and Uluru sunset (Lunch & Dinner)
After picking you up from Ayers Rock Airport or the Outback Pioneer Lodge (Ayers Rock Resort), we’ll enjoy a great feed before heading to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre where visitors will learn all about the fascinating spirituality of the Dreamtime. Later, we’ll set off on the Uluru Base Walk, which winds through several sights of religious significance, including Kantju Gorge, Mutijulu Waterhole and the millennium-old Aboriginal Cave paintings.
As the sun starts to set, now is the perfect time to take a guided tour of the Mala Walk. Enter the ancient caves and admire the incredible examples of rock art that adorn the walls. After dinner, we’ll then head to the Ayers Rock Camp Ground where everyone can have a hot shower before getting ready to sleep in their swag or tent.
Day 2: Uluru Sunrise & Kata Tjuta (Breakfast)
Rising just before sunrise, we’ll head straight for the Uluru and Kata Tjuta viewing area to admire the spectacular orange and purple skyline. Next, we’ll head to the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta where your professional guide will explain bush tucker and the nearby ancient rock formations that came into existence millions of years ago.
As we conclude our two-day adventure, you’ll be dropped off at Ayers Rock Airport or the Ayers Rock Resort if you’re not going home just yet. Uluru is a truly magnificent landmark and this two-day tour is an easy way to delve into the Red Centre of Australia and its most famous monument.