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Kata Tjuta and Uluru Grand View Helicopter Flight

Highlights
  • 36-minute helicopter tour from Ayers Rock
  • Swoop over the rocks of Kata Tjuta and sacred Uluru
  • Enjoy 360-degree views from the helicopter’s special ‘bubble’ windows
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Kata Tjuta and Uluru Grand View Helicopter Flight
From US$236.81
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Overview
Savor views of Australia’s mesmerizing Red Centre from an unbeatable vantage point – on a helicopter tour! Take off for a thrilling 36-minute flight and soar over the UNESCO-listed monolith of Uluru, as your pilot fills you in on the landmark’s fascinating history and Aboriginal significance. Then, see the majestic peaks of Kata Tjuta or ‘The Olgas’ as you glide over the dramatic desert landscapes.
What to Expect
This scenic flight showcases Kata Tjuta, which in local Aboriginal language means 'many heads'. Kata Tjuta consists of 36 conglomerate rock domes, the highest of which stands at 198-meters - taller than Uluru! The domes are so widely spread and coupled with the restrictions due to sacred sites, access from the ground is restricted to over 75% of Kata Tjuta. However, there are no restrictions from the air.

Your pilot will take you on a journey down the western face of Kata Tjuta, giving you the opportunity to get an iconic postcard photograph of the two features; Kata Tjuta and Uluru in the one shot.

Seeing these two national icons, rest assured you will be left with cherished memories and photographs that will last you a lifetime.
Reviews (42)
1 - 5 of 36 reviews
Reviewed 23 September 2018
Must Do while in Yulura

Amazing views of both Uluru and Kata Tjuta and very interesting commentary from our skilled pilote. We were treated like VIP, picked up from the Hotel by the pilote herself and introduced in what we were going to see. we had a great time on...More

Thank Andre957
Reviewed 3 September 2018
First Class operation

They picked us up at our hotel promptly; the crew were very professional and we felt safe the entire time; the views were spectacular. I felt the pilot did a great job of informing us and of interacting with us. We had children 5 and...More

Thank BoardingPass739911
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile
Amazing views and professional staff

I have not been in a helicopter before and was nervous. However, I had such a great time. The staff were helpful, the flight was smooth (although I held on right when we turned). The views of both Uluru and Kata Tjuta from above were...More

Thank Vikster_17
Reviewed 22 August 2018
Sweet and sour

Not surprisingly, the sweet part was the landscape. Another contributor was the fact that I felt safe. I appreciated this second all the more when I realised this was all I was going to get from the human side of the experience. There were four...More

Thank zozeman
Reviewed 6 August 2018
What a buzz!

Took the 25 minute flight to Kata Tjuta and Uluru for amazing views and informative commentary from our pilot. Lucky enough to have the centre front seat beside our pilot which gave best views. By far the most exciting and spectacular part of my Red...More

Thank fairydoorsbrisbane
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