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Category Uluru

Field of Light Uluru by Bruce Munro

Last week I was fortunate enough to be part of the Media launch for the Bruce Munro Field of Light. We boarded the coach at 5am bound for a unique desert destination. Our Driver Guide gave us a brief welcome and introduction, but also kept us in a certain amount of suspense. We ventured down a short...

Brett Holmes, Day Tours Manager, AAT Kings Posted: 1 August 2016

Australia's Many Rock Formations - What They Are And How To See Them

When it comes to spectacular rock formations, Australia rocks. Our unique outback is home to some truly breathtaking natural wonders that have been shaped and sculpted over millions of years – a solid reminder of the earth’s great history. From the sand-plenty plains of the Northern Territory to the...

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Bushwalk your way through Australia

The sound of the birds, the all-encompassing fresh air and sunshine, and the overall sense of peace you start to feel when walking through the bush or through a rainforest are undoubtably a few of life’s greatest pleasures. We think that bushwalking is the ideal way to spend a weekend, especially if...

Laura Vitucci for AAT Kings Posted: 12 February 2019

Uluru Sunrise & Field of Light

Never has an early morning start been more rewarding. The silent morning air that encompasses the desert landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is filled with gasps and amazed ‘ooohs’ and ‘aaahhs’ as the first group to wander through the desert paths are met by four acres of flowing fibre optic...

Laura Vitucci for AAT Kings Posted: 27 February 2019

Australia's Extraordinary Red Centre

Australia’s Red Centre was recently named #4 in Lonely Planet’s Top Regions to Travel in 2019, and we couldn’t be happier (or prouder)! Many Australians often don’t consider their own backyard when choosing their next holiday destination, but the Northern Territory holds some of the most spectacular...

Laura Vitucci for AAT Kings Posted: 8 May 2019

Incredible Uluru Facts You Need To Know Before You Go

Visiting Uluru is a rite of passage for all that live in or are visiting Australia. The sheer size of the monolith is awe-inspiring and the mystery that surrounds its origins add to the magic of the site. However, learning about how the rock came to be from a scientific perspective and diving into t...

AAT Kings Posted: 13 January 2020

Best places to watch the sunset in Australia

While we may have inspired you to experience the joy of watching the sunset over some truly inspiring locations in other parts of the globe in our recent post, opportunities to experience a myriad of unforgettable sunsets can be found right here in Australia! Australia is an incredibly vast and dive...

Laura Vitucci for AAT Kings Posted: 12 February 2020

The world’s best art installations

You don’t need to venture far from Australia to find some of the world’s best art. Just like at icons like the Sydney Opera House, or modern hubs like the street art-covered backstreets of Melbourne. When you’re on your travels, you’d be mad not to make time to view some of the world’s most impressi...

AAT Kings Posted: 16 March 2020

Reflections Of Gratitude, From Those Of Us At TTC

Dear Traveller, It has been said that while appreciation happens in the moment, gratitude comes only over time. These days, those of us at TTC – like travelers all around the world – are spending our time very differently than we had expected nor want to be doing right now. With our travels put on h...

AAT Kings Posted: 22 June 2020