Uluru Sacred Sites & Sunset
½ day | Uluru (Ayers Rock) Return
Travel in the comfort of your coach around the base of Uluru with your Driver Guide who will provide details on its incredible history. You’ll be fascinated by the Aboriginal stories that go back many thousands of years. Learn the significance of ancient Aboriginal rock art, about the area’s flora and fauna, and culture of its traditional owners, the Anangu. Your day concludes with a spectacular sunset at Uluru.
Apr-Aug 2023: Daily
Sep-Nov 2023: Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat
Feb-Mar 2024: Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat
(Subject to Availability)
2.30pm (Apr-Oct) and 3.00pm (Nov-Mar) from Ayers Rock Resort
30 minutes after sunset
(Barbecue: 2½ hours after sunset)
Times are approximate
+Park Entry Fee
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
This is your destination for the must-see sights.
Talk a short walk at the base of Uluru with your Driver Guide.
Aboriginal Rock Art
View these ancient paintings and hear stories of traditional Anangu life.
Hear the Tjukurpa (story) of Kuniya and Liru.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre
You’re free to visit and read about the history, and flora and fauna of the park.
Enjoy sparkling wine or beer & nibbles as you view the iconic sunset.
Please Note: If you are arriving via a Red Centre Connection or Flight, you may not have time to check into your hotel room before your afternoon tour departure time. Please have a Day Pack ready to go which includes the following items - Appropriate walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, warm jacket during the cooler months & a minimum of 1 litre of water.
Return to the resort after sunset, or add on our award-winning Barbecue Dinner to top off this highlight evening. Click here more details.
Please note: This itinerary may be subject to change.
Prices above may vary according to your departure date.
- • Sparkling wine and nibbles
- • Experienced Driver Guide
- • Comprehensive commentary
- • Travel in an air-conditioned coach
What to Bring
- • Warm layers in cooler months
- • Water bottle to hold 1 litre
- • Cash if purchasing Aboriginal artwork
- • Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
- • Flynet in summer months (optional)
- • Enclosed walking shoes
- • Kuniya Walk - A low level of fitness is required to complete the walk