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Palya! Welcome to Anangu land. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is Aboriginal land. It is jointly managed by its traditional owners Anangu and Parks Australia. The park is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its natural and cultural...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Uluru Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Both were amazing in different ways. Sunrise tour (430a-930a)- viewed sunrise at 515a; stopped for coffee/tea & cereal and toast. Then walked thru the valley of winds (Walpa Gorge) beautiful!! Sunset tour (330-9p) walked around base of Uluru; learned history; saw sunset at Minymaku platform...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

whenever you see it the color is different according to sun. hugh rock, some climb it on their own risk. beautiful on sunset and dawn

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I was going to climb on the Uluru but changed my mine after arriving. It's a saint mountain for locals, I saw the sign all over places that suggest us not climb, I took serious consideration. It's very windy up Uluru, The only reason we...More

Thank EvaKing
Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderful experience seeing the rock in person, I really loved my time there. It truly is impressive and witnessing it during the day and the changing colours at sunset amazing. My wife and I enjoyed the different experiences available - walking around the base,...More

1  Thank norxis
Reviewed 1 week ago

After driving back and forth, we found the official platform and the panoramic view of the Uluru or Ayers Rock was simply indescribable, he is humongous, strong, powerful, dominant. We were able to take very good photos and videos. We drove further and stopped at...More

Thank tumfave815
Reviewed 1 week ago

Missed the sunrise due to rain and lightning, but still spectacular, and it doesn't rain out here often enough to make it a common event. If you have a bucket list you're working your way through, this should be on it.

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Don’t get me wrong, Uluru itself is impressive! It is red and huge, with many intriguing caves and turns. It is inviting and you just wish you could climb and explore it. Or even have a drone to fly up to it. We are a...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We weren’t sure what to expect however Uluru appears more a mountain range than a single rock. It’s awe inspiring and you can touch it. We chose a tour of sunset and sunset both with meals and both were fabulous in every detail. It’s pricey...More

Thank Ren264
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I just arrived back from a few days at Uluru spent with my wife and a friend couple. Whilst I have never had a compelling desire to see the “rock” I was so pleased I did. It was much more impressive than I believed. The...More

Thank stevew301
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My son and i went as it has been on the bucket list. We had a fantastic time. We even got to see it in the rain with waterfalls. Put it on your list its Amazing. The base walk is aprox 10km but we hired...More

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foodqueen007
6 August 2018|
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Response from lynath f | Reviewed this property |
No need to book a tour. Just book the single return trip bus Uluru Hop On Hop off $49 pp They pick up at your accommodation.You also need a park entry from Parks Australia $25 pp 1/2 kids While on Parks Website download... More
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MeganB8
21 July 2018|
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Response from Raj G | Reviewed this property |
Yes that is a good option you will find the locals are very friendly, courteous and helpful go for this one you will enjoy
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welshprotraveller
OK y’all, looking for advice for a 24 hour trip here. We’re booked to stay at the Ayers Rock Resort. Landing 1215 day 1 and leave at 1415 (take off) on day 2. We have already booked Field of Light at Sunset on day 1. So here are our two options (after fuel, both are pretty much cost neutral): A - Add a ‘Sunrise at Uluru’ tour to the above (pick up from hotel). B - Rent a car. Pick up from airport, go to Olgas [short stop & photo opportunity] and maybe Uluru (time permitting) then drive out to the viewing point for Sunrise in the morning. My questions: • Would option B be achievable? • Do you think we’d have enough time to do both (Olgas and a maybe a short base walk at Uluru) before Field of Light in the evening? (Our pick up should be around 1745 from hotel) The car obviously gives us the advantage of getting out to the Olgas as well and out to the viewing points before the rush of the buses (I’d hate to not get a a perfect view of Sunrise! Will it be crazy busy or will we have a clear view either way?) but only consider option B if doable. Any advice welcomed! Thanks!
8 May 2018|
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Or even, with a rental car, day 1 - land and straight to Olgas and an hour or so walk (then FOL at Sunset) then day 2 - drove to viewing area followed by a base walk... what you think?
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welshprotraveller
OK y’all, looking for advice for a 24 hour trip here. We’re booked to stay at the Ayers Rock Resort. Landing 1215 day 1 and leave at 1415 (take off) on day 2. We have already booked Field of Light at Sunset on day 1. So here are our two options (after fuel, both are pretty much cost neutral): A - Add a ‘Sunrise at Uluru’ tour to the above (pick up from hotel). B - Rent a car. Pick up from airport, go to Olgas [short stop & photo opportunity] and maybe Uluru (time permitting) then drive out to the viewing point for Sunrise in the morning. My questions: • Would option B be achievable? • Do you think we’d have enough time to do both (Olgas and a maybe a short base walk at Uluru) before Field of Light in the evening? (Our pick up should be around 1745 from hotel) The car obviously gives us the advantage of getting out to the Olgas as well and out to the viewing points before the rush of the buses (I’d hate to not get a a perfect view of Sunrise! Will it be crazy busy or will we have a clear view either way?) but only consider option B if doable. Any advice welcomed! Thanks!
8 May 2018|
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Response from AliGay | Reviewed this property |
hire the car, it's definitely doable & an easy drive. the Olgas are amazing & sunrise spectacular. enjoy, it's a magical place!!
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Itravel1962
25 April 2018|
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Response from Carste11 | Reviewed this property |
Other than the rock Uluru is not the place to spend weeks, particularly in the winter. The flies are not too much of a problem as they are more a Summer thing. If you have a Caravan then maybe travel further a field like up... More
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