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Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

star-5
1,053 Reviews
Free admission
Circuit Drive, Yulara, 0872

The Basics

Uluru is the highlight of Australia’s Red Centre, whether you embark on a sunrise base walk, discover the Aboriginal heritage of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, or dig into an Aussie-style barbecue at sunset. Most tours depart from Ayers Rock, Yulara, or Alice Springs and include nearby sights such as The Olgas (Kata Tjuta), Kings Canyon, or Lake Amadeus. Get an adrenaline fix on a Segway tour of Mutitjulu Waterhole and Kantju Gorge; a helicopter flight over the park; a desert camel ride; or a skydive over Ayers Rock.

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Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset with Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset with Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
star-4.5
$176.64 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Ayers rock sunset BBQ dinner
Lovely sunset. With champagne and dips and chips. Dinner was a lovely BBQ. Great salads. All your can drink wine. Great value. Was cold being July but took jacket so was ok as its all outside
Katrina_H, Jul 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Ayers Rock

star-5
Best Way to see Uluru!
Jenny_F, Mar 2021
Ayers Rock Uluru Sunrise and Segway
Enjoy the light breakfast (no seating, standing only) of muffins, crossiants with raspberry jam (no butter was provided), cereal and the plunger coffee perked me up. The colours of sunrise over the horizon that turns The Rock red as the morning progress is so amazing and magical. Walks around 3-4 major sites after breakfast before Segway lesson around the training course. safety gears provided although they are worned out. The best way to see Uluru from the ground.
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Fabulous
Danielle_C, Jul 2021
Ayers Rock Uluru Sunrise and Segway
Uluru Segway’s was great, very well done, very well organised and our guides were very informative along our ride. Segway was super easy to ride. Highly recommend you do this.
star-5
Great experience
Max_H, Jul 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset with Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
What a wonderful experience. Sunset, food and star knowledge was wonderful ! Wish it lasted longer..
star-5
Excellent night
Des_G, Jul 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset with Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
Excellent evening the staff were friendly and very informative the food was great and we loved dining under the stars thanks for a great night
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Segway around Ayers rock
Katrina_H, Jul 2021
Ayers Rock Uluru Sunrise and Segway
Good tour, sunrise wasn't as good as I was expecting as we were standing on the side, when Sun came up on other end. Breakfast was ok. Museli and muffins. Segways was the way to see Ayers rock, easy to ride too. Was cold being July wear a warm jacket.
star-5
Great tour
Debra_A, Jun 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset Tour
Watching the colours change. The bus driver and Hunter were very willing to help with anything we wanted or needed
star-5
Amazing Ayres Rock Sunset Tour
jennifermkelly28, May 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset Tour
Very well organised. Jack our coach captain was exceptional. The drinks served by a great and handsome bar tender and the Sunset on the Rock was spectacular. The nibbles and the drinks were very generous👍😃❤️
star-5
Surpassed expectations and Matilda our guide was pleasure to listen too.
John_T, Jul 2021
Ayers Rock Uluru Sunrise and Segway
Matilda was very pleasant and knowledgeable and made the Segway experience better than expected. Herself and another male staff member were very helpful in explaining how to operate the Segways which gave myself and my wife a lot of confidence. Coffee was way better than expected and the muffins were delicious.
star-5
Just amazing
Walker_O, Jun 2021
Uluru (Ayers Rock) Sunset with Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
Was just brilliant staff where so knowledgeable and food was awesome I would do this again if I come back
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Sue & Mo’s bucket list
Sue_L, Feb 2020
Overnight Uluru (Ayers Rock) Small-Group Camping Tour
What can I say an absolute fantastic experience!! Alex our tour driver/guide/chef was a mindful of knowledge, energy and has a wonderful zest for life. The tour itself is fulfilling and full of new experiences like sleeping under the stars in a swag bag for instance. Have fun and definitely have trainers as a minimum of footwear for all the walking.
star-5
An unforgettable experience
Rosie, Jun 2021
Ayers Rock Uluru Sunrise and Segway
Thomas was a wonderful tour guide. He was patient and lovely with the group, as well as knowledgeable about the area and regaled us with stories about Uluru. The experience of visiting Uluru by Segway was unparalleled; what a wonderful way to navigate the whole perimeter of the rock! Would highly recommend this activity.
star-4
Great tour.. information lacking
gisenor, Jan 2020
3-Day Tour from Uluru (Ayers Rock) to Alice Springs via Kings Canyon
The tour was great but the lack of timely information on timing and events was a definite issue that we had to fix with phone calls

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Cell phone coverage can be limited, but WiFi is available at the Cultural Centre in Uluru and Ayers Rock Resort.

  • Uluru is a sacred Aboriginal site, and climbing it is considered disrespectful to the Anangu; a ban on climbing is in the works.

  • Uluru is located in the desert, so sunscreen, a hat, water, and comfortable shoes are a must. Prepare for high temperatures during the day and chilly weather at night.

  • Many areas of Uluru, including viewing areas and part of the base walk, are wheelchair accessible.

  • Alcohol is not allowed in the park except on organized tours.

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How to Get to Ayers Rock

Uluru is located in Central Australia, 276 miles (445 kilometers) southwest of Alice Springs (about a 4.5-hour drive). The closest accommodation and restaurants to the landmark are at the Ayers Rock Resort in Yulara, 11 miles (18 kilometers) north. Regular flights run to Ayers Rock Airport at Yulara and Alice Springs Airport, while cars and buses arrive via the Northern Territory's scenic Red Centre Way.

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When to Get There

Uluru is open year-round, but visit May through September for cooler weather that’s better suited for hiking and sightseeing tours. In summer (December to March) with temperatures of 100°F (38°C), it’s best to plan activities before 11am to avoid midday sun. Try to visit at sunrise or sunset, when the changing light casts colorful hues over the rock.

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What is Uluru?

A solid mass measuring 2.5 miles (3.6 kilometers) long and (1,141 feet) 348 meters tall, Uluru is a one-of-a-kind geological feature formed more than 900 million years ago. The visible rock—an estimated four million tons of arkose sandstone—may only be a third of the entire mass. The important Aboriginal site is protected by its traditional owners, the Anangu people.

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