Experience the majestic rise of Uluru at sunrise as it turns from an inky shadow into a bright, golden monolith. Throughout the morning, you’ll be exposed to some of Australia’s most mesmerizing scenery, including the sprawl of the Red Centre and the jut of Kata Tjuta. As well as learning more about the natural beauty of the region, you’ll also glean an insight into the area's rich cultural heritage on the Uluru Sunrise Tour.
Departs: 90 minutes prior to sunrise from Ayers Rock Resort
Returns: 10:00am (October - March) & 11:00am (April - September)
Adult from: $179
Child from: $125
Infant from: $0
Child prices are available for children aged 2 - 15 years. Infants under the age of 2 years travel free on the lap of a parent.
This tour requires a moderate level of fitness. There will be walking on uneven surfaces whilst completing the Walpa Gorge Walk, however guests can return to the coach any time if needed. We also recommend travellers bring a water bottle to hold 1 litre.
Pickup times are seasonal. Please double-check your confirmation email for the correct pickup time for the day of your tour.
National Park Entry is not included in the tour price. The Uluru National Park ticket is compulsory for entrance to the park and Uluru and is valid for three consecutive days. You only need to purchase this ticket once if you have multiple tours booked. You can pre-purchase park passes directly from the Parks Australia website or from your guide on the day of your tour.
Firstly we travel to Uluru, Australia’s most memorable monument, in the Kata Tjuta National Park. We’ll head straight to the sunrise viewing area to catch the monolith as it changes colour as the sun peaks in the sky. Enjoy a warming cup of tea or coffee here to keep you refueled.
Afterwards, your guide will offer a historical overview of Uluru, going into detail about the Aboriginal tribes that have resided in the area for thousands and thousands of years. This all-encompassing introduction will give you an insight into just how magnificent Uluru really is.
We’ll then head to a viewing point 40 kilometres away from Uluru, where you can marvel at the unique shapes of Kata Tujta (also known as the Olgas). These unusual rock formations cast an eerie silhouette against the skyline and make for a perfect photo opportunity.
The day will finish with a short walk through Walpa Gorge, where you can stop and enjoy the plants and animals that call the area home. Learn more about the rare plants and evergreen shrubs that characterize the area as your guide shares fascinating stories about the local wildlife and the geology of the gorge itself.
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