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Palya! Welcome to Anangu land. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is Aboriginal land. It is jointly managed by its traditional owners Anangu and Parks Australia. The park is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its natural and cultural...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Uluru Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Uluru really is magical. The history of the aboriginal people who used to teach their young and prepare food in the shelter of the rock is sacred. The carvings and formations of the rock are captivating. We reccommend sunset and sunrise to see uluru in...More
The National Park is a huge rip off at $25/person for entry and very little to do inside. There are two geological formations in the park: Ayers Rock (which they now want us to call “Uluru”) and the Olgas (another rock formation). There are basically...More
The Astro Tour run at Uluru is a quick talk about finding a few stars, some stories and looking through the telescope (on the night we saw Mars, Saturn and a few galaxies).
At $50.00 per person this is one of the most expensive astro...More
My husband and I walked around, we decided to start early (6am) and I’m glad we did as the afternoon got hot. We just missed the sunrise but the morning glow was still beautiful. This huge rock dwarfs you and from all its angles it...More
Both were amazing in different ways.
Sunrise tour (430a-930a)- viewed sunrise at 515a; stopped for coffee/tea & cereal and toast. Then walked thru the valley of winds (Walpa Gorge) beautiful!!
Sunset tour (330-9p) walked around base of Uluru; learned history; saw sunset at Minymaku platform...More
I was going to climb on the Uluru but changed my mine after arriving.
It's a saint mountain for locals, I saw the sign all over places that suggest us not climb, I took serious consideration. It's very windy up Uluru, The only reason we...More
A wonderful experience seeing the rock in person, I really loved my time there. It truly is impressive and witnessing it during the day and the changing colours at sunset amazing. My wife and I enjoyed the different experiences available - walking around the base,...More
After driving back and forth, we found the official platform and the panoramic view of the Uluru or Ayers Rock was simply indescribable, he is humongous, strong, powerful, dominant. We were able to take very good photos and videos. We drove further and stopped at...More
No need to book a tour. Just book the single return trip bus Uluru Hop On Hop off $49 pp They pick up at your accommodation.You also need a park entry from Parks Australia $25 pp 1/2 kids While on Parks Website download... More
No need to book a tour. Just book the single return trip bus Uluru Hop On Hop off $49 pp They pick up at your accommodation.You also need a park entry from Parks Australia $25 pp 1/2 kids While on Parks Website download the walking trail maps. The bus drops you at the point of your choice and you can walk all or some of the sections. I recommend the walk between Kuniya Piti to Kantju Gorge /Mala Carpark. It was spectacular. The walk is flat and sandy and easy for the average person. It was about 6 kms total for that section. from Mala carpark there is another 2k return walk into a gorge which is popular. The walk around the rest of the rock takes you out and away a bit so if time limited stick to those sections. If you are staying one night then a sunset viewing is good. You can book via the resort website. The Field of Light Star pass combines sunset and entry to exhibition but is expensive. If you want to eat in a restaurant at the main hotels at night make an advance booking otherwise there are limited options or room service.
There are tours listed on the ayers rock resort site