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Start planning your next Uluru tour

Witness the majesty of the world's largest single rock monolith

Uluru is the heart of the outback

Uluru is one of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders and brings hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. Located in the “red centre”, Uluru is 335km southwest of Alice Springs and sits at the heart of the Northern Territory.

Uluru is more than just this impressive sandstone monolith. The Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park is one of the very few locations that has been dually heritage listed by UNESCO World Heritage for both cultural significance and natural wonder.

The Anangu peoples are the traditional owners of Uluru, which means ‘great pebble’. Believed to have been created at the beginning of time, Uluru and the Kata Tjuta surrounds are sacred and stand as a living landscape of local Indigenous culture.

There’s so much to learn and see around Uluru, from cultural tours and guided activities to photography, nature walks, art galleries, rock art and more. Learn more about this amazing 550 million-year-old rock formation by taking a trip to the outback.

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3 - Active/Moderate
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Tour duration:
8
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Fly into the heart of the nation for stays in Alice Springs, Yulara and Kings Canyon. Soar high above Uluru, trek with Camels, try your hand at dot painting, and be inspired at the Sounds of Silence dinner under the stars. Discover the beautiful natural formations of the West MacDonnell Ranges, and delve into outback pioneering history on this 8 day Red Centre extravaganza!

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3 - Active/Moderate
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This epic adventure into the heart of the Red Centre starts with 1 night in Adelaide before travelling overnight in Gold Service aboard the mighty Ghan. Enjoy 3 nights in Alice Springs visiting the West MacDonnell Ranges, then see the wonders of Uluru with 3 nights at Yulara including the stunning Sounds of Silence dinner. Re-board the Ghan for another night before finishing with 2 nights in Darwin.

Take an unforgettable journey to the red rock

If you’re starting to plan your Uluru trip, then we’ve got you covered. The best time of year to visit the sandstone monolith is between the months of May and September, when the weather is cooler. Even in the winter months, Uluru can still be pretty hot, so remember your hat, sunscreen and comfortable walking shoes.

There are endless activities to do in Uluru including, cycling around the rock, a camel tour, or even doing a segway tour. But if you’re keen to learn about the local culture, it’s best to start your Uluru culture tour off at the Culture Centre. Learn about the local Anangu people by visiting the centre’s two art galleries, Walkatjara Art and Maruku Arts. You can even participate in a dot-painting workshop and explore the Tjukurpa Tunnel.

Just 40km west of Uluru is the Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas. These giant rock domes are a must-see for nature lovers. Take a hike around the domes on the Walpa Gorge Walk or the Valley of the Winds Walk. Or visit the Kata Tjuta dune viewing area at sunset to watch The Olgas dance with colour as the sun goes down.

To get a higher view of Uluru’s beautiful desert landscape, consider taking a scenic flight over Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

The beauty of Uluru doesn’t end when the sun goes down. At night, you can take part in a 4-hour fine dining experience with the Sounds of Silence. Dine under the outback sky with a three-course bush tucker buffet, a guided tour of the night sky and a Didgeridoo performance.

For more night activities, consider seeing the Field of Lights exhibit, which illuminates Uluru’s desert. Internationally celebrated artist Bruce Munro created the Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku exhibition that features 50,000 spindles of light steams covering more than seven football fields. The lights sway in the night breeze and transition through colours of violet, blue, white and red.

Get back to nature and make your next holiday an unforgettable experience on our over 50s Uluru eco tour. You can do a solo Uluru tour or include destinations across all of the Northern Territory like Alice Springs, Kings Canyon, Darwin and Katherine. Start planning your Uluru trip now.

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