Tour incredible Uluru and be captivated by this ancient monolith as you learn of the significant Aboriginal history of this sacred site, dating back thousands of years. Learn of the local Aboriginal rock art and stories passed on from generation to generation, and a glimpse into Uluru’s cultural significance and Dreamtime. View the Mutitjulu Waterhole, located only a short walk from the Kuniya carpark on the eastern side of Uluru, and its glass like surface, surrounded by pastel blues and greys of the rock contrasting beautifully with orange and ochre hues.

The Sounds of Silence, with the magical Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park as the backdrop, is a 3-course, bush tucker inspired buffet menu incorporating native ingredients complemented by some of Australia’s finest wines. With canapés and sparkling wine to start, indulge under the outback sky as you are serenaded by the sounds of the didgeridoo performance and guided through the starry night sky by a resident star talker. 

Enjoy a sunrise or sunset camel experience as you are guided through the desert via camel trail as the crisp landscape peacefully awakens or sleeps and Uluru and Kata Tjuta glows in the distance. Listen to the cameleers as they talk you through the local flora and fauna before enjoying a light refreshment of freshly baked damper, tea and coffee.

The Field of Light installation, by international artist Bruce Munro, is a truly spectacular display of art imitating nature as the thousands of light spindles seemingly sway in the breeze like of field of flowers as vibrant colours burst from the landscape, illuminating the evening desert. Perhaps consider the Field of Light Star Pass which begins with drinks and outback canapes at an exclusive dune top and a deeper insight as your host talks you through the light installation that awaits.

Witness another serene sunrise on a morning Kata Tjuta tour, taking in the breathtaking domes as dawn breaks followed by a walk through Walpa Gorge. Or for the hiking enthusiasts, extend your time here to incorporate the stunning Valley of the Winds walk for more unparalleled and breathtaking views.

The Uluru Bike Ride is a fantastic and unique way to view the majestic monolith from the base as you circumnavigate the rock, cycling the 10.6 kilometre roundtrip track, giving greater insight into the cracks, ridges and caves of the walls in a truly up close and personal experience. Outback Cycling offer this inexpensive encounter with the iconic rock with options for all ages and hotel transfers to and from Ayers Rock Resort for Uluru available at an additional cost.

Experience an incredible aerial view of Uluru and the domes of Kata Tjuta on a daytime or sunset helicopter tour over Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.  Appreciate the sheer vastness and beauty from above on this adventure of a lifetime!

Visit the cultural centre to learn more of the local Anangu culture and the natural environment, plus, view some of the best Aboriginal art and crafts on display in the Red Centre, being home to two Aboriginal owned galleries – Maruku Arts and Walkatjara Art.

Cruise the base of Uluru on an Uluru Segway tour for a fun and unique encounter. View the ancient Aboriginal rock art and learn about the culture and way of life of the local Anangu people.

Stay at the iconic Ayers Rock Resort. Take the time to wander through the Town Square and visit the art gallery for a stunning collection of Aboriginal art to enjoy or take home your piece and story. Ayers Rock Resort also offers a fantastic Free Indigenous Activities program, included in your stay, for immersive insights into many aspects of Aboriginal culture, history, bush tucker and more.

Click here for our packages featuring Uluru or contact the NT Now team on 1800 854 897 or email

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