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Ayers Rock Day Trip from Alice Springs Including Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Sunset BBQ Dinner
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Ayers Rock Day Trip from Alice Springs Including Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Sunset BBQ Dinner

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Navigating the vastness of Australia’s outback is a daunting task, even for the most experienced travelers. Eliminate the stress of car-hire and map-reading on a hassle-free trip to Ayers Rock (Uluru) and The Olgas (Kata Tjuta) from Alice Springs—an easy way for first-time visitors to see more desert sights in less time. Plus, unlike other conventional Ayers Rock tours, you’ll enjoy a sunset Aussie barbecue overlooking Uluru.
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Travelmints wrote a review Yesterday
469 contributions30 helpful votes
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The Travelmints team was in Uluru for a well-deserved honeymoon, and the team from Longitude 131 recommended the Field Of Light as a must-see destination while in town. It certainly lived up to the hype, and if you're an art lover (or just want to experience the desert at night), then this is a place you'll want to add to your itinerary. Created in 1992 by sculptor Bruce Monroe, the Field Of Light transforms the outback into a magical wonderland, filled with colorful frosted glass bulbs that pierce through the sunset, and illuminate the darkness. It's a feast for the senses, and each of the 50,000 individual stems have their own personality. You'll have to remind yourself that the light bulbs aren't alive, because they certainly trick you into thinking they are. Uluru is a majestic backdrop to the Field Of Light, and as Uluru fades into the night, the installation takes centre stage. As a blanket of darkness sets in, you'll find yourself mesmerised by the vivid colours in display in the field, and you won't be able to draw yourself away. It's a different, and great, way to experience some of the natural beauty that is on display in the NT.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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petfam wrote a review May 3
Melbourne, Australia57 contributions59 helpful votes
This was a much anticipated experience that did not disappoint. We purchased the general admission pass and found this to be more than adequate. It’s not possible to capture the magnitude of the exhibition in photos and it is a ‘must see’ in person experience. The arrival and departure of visitors was very well co-ordinated and due to its expanse, it did not feel crowded.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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janhZ4090EG wrote a review Apr 2021
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This is something everyone has to experience at some time. The only negative at the moment is that the Star Pass is not running every nightwhere you get wine and canapies and the opportunity to view the lights from a deck. Photos taken a ground level do not really show you how far the lights go. Absolutely loved this experience.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Megan F wrote a review Apr 2021
Springwood, Australia73 contributions13 helpful votes
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Picked up at our hotel by bus and we were the 3rd bus heading out for the Field of Light Star Pass. I was concerned it would be busy and we wouldn’t see anything. Totally wrong, it was very well organized, we had plenty to drink (champagne, wine, beer) and a canapés box each that was sufficient for dinner. We were on a hill watching the sunset over Uluru and the headed down to the Lights when it was dark. We had about an hour to walk around the lights, we did it twice - plenty of time. Wonderful evening and highly recommend.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Suke wrote a review Apr 2021
Sydney, Australia19 contributions1 helpful vote
Good, but could have been sooo sooo much better with changing light patterns and colours coordinated across the field set to music. An opportunity lost.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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