Uluru (Ayers Rock) can be seen in many ways; at sunrise or sunset, from viewing platforms or on the Mala Walk, you can see it from above in a helicopter or by skydiving, you can even take a motorcycle tour. One of our favourite ways to see Uluru is on a camel ride. Let go of your fears and leave the world behind as you glide along the dunes aboard one of these gentle giants. A camel tour of Uluru with a knowledgeable local guide will see you inspired by the beautiful red centre landscape and breath-taking Uluru. Take the ultimate camel adventure to complete your visit to Uluru.
Fly into the heart of the nation for stays in Yulara (Uluru) and Alice Springs. Enjoy sunrise and sunset over the Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), trek with camels through Uluru, take a view from above with breathtaking views and enjoy a once in a lifetime dining experience at Sounds of Silence under the Southern night skies. We then make our way into Kings Canyon where we enjoy cultural experiences, stop at Kings Creek Station before heading into Alice Springs to visit the Royal Flying Doctors Service. Finish off the tour with a bush style true outback style BBQ with a visit to Standley Chasm, driving via West Macdonnell Ranges and heading into Ormiston Gorge before flying home.
Uluru Camel Tours is home to over 60 beautiful camels making it the largest working camel farm in Australia. These gentle and inquisitive creatures offer a serene and unique way to experience Uluru and its surroundings.
Regardless of the tour you choose, you can rest assured your experience will be a great one. Uluru Camel Tours is an Australian Tourism Award winner, is owner-operated, and showcases 25 years of passion for all things camel!
Your journey through the red centre is led by an expert cameleer. You can expect to hear information about the desert’s wildlife and ecology, as well as stories about the history of camels in Australia and the Afghan cameleers who played a pivotal role in opening up the outback.
Hotel transport is included in your tour and even if you’re not keen on the ride itself you’re more than welcome to visit the farm, meet some of these remarkable animals, and take a look at the working saddlery.
Make your trip to Uluru just that little bit more special by seeing the World Heritage-listed area of Uluru and Kata Tjuta from aboard a camel, the ultimate desert ride in Australia’s ultimate red centre desert.
If you’d like to create lifelong memories of Uluru on a camel ride, all of our Fun Over Fifty Uluru tours include a camel tour.
Uluru Camel Tours is located at Voyagers Ayres Rock Resort, in the township of Yulara.
Uluru camel tours operate four times a day; you can choose to see Uluru by camel at sunrise, sunset, during the morning, or in the afternoon.
Sunset and sunrise tours will see you aboard your camel for one hour and include either a light bush breakfast or evening drinks (with some hearty damper of course). Whereas the daytime express tours run for 45 minutes.
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