We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
To spend 4 hrs waiting for a meal that was no better than cantine food to finally see the beautiful field of lights for only 30 mins at best is truly not worth aud 245per person! Better go with a general admission ticket to go...More
With the Field of Light installation being extended until March 2018 my wife and I decided we would take advantage of the opportunity and are very glad we did.
The Night at the Field of Light was a great experience that started about an hour...More
Champagne on the roof top at Sails watching the sun set with a huge storm with a awesome thunder & lighting show eating canapes was absolutly outstanding, followed by a beautiful dinner (unfortunantly inside the restaurant and not outside due to the weather and flies)...More
While in Australia for work, I decided I wanted to visit Uluru in between training sessions. I had difficulty finding a room at any of the hotels unless I purchased a package deal which I did. The package included my room at the Desert Gardens...More
Toby picked us up from our Yulara hotel at 4.30 am for our tour with just 7 others. We started with sunrise from a dune looking over at Uluru while eating hot damper and then freshly prepared bacon and egg rolls. The food was excellent....More
To watch the sun go down over an iconic monolith, while the ground before you starts to twinkle, glow and change colour was a moment of awe, or rather wow. We had decided to do the Star Package ($85), which included a sunset view from...More
Recently visited Uluru and booked the field of lights dinner experience. Originally the booking was for four people, but two missed their flight. Voyages Indigenous Tourism were great and were able to move the other couple to a dinner experience two days later so that...More
What an experience! Uluru is a natural wonder that is something to behold, but this tour just added a whole new dimension to the experience. Seeing the sun rise was stunning, but the ensuing tour with stories from indigenous folklore added a real spiritual connection...More
My wife and, along with two other couples, enjoyed our Tali Wiru dinner experience. It was easily in the top five dinner experiences I have ever enjoyed. It began with a young Aborigine man playing the didgeridoo while posing for pictures with every couple. The...More