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  •  Day Trips
  •  Ayers Rock (Uluru)
  •  Uluru Scares Sites & Sunset Half Day Tour

Uluru Scares Sites & Sunset Half Day Tour

  • Ayers Rock (Uluru)
  • English, Mandarin , iPod Mandarin , iPod Multi-language
  • 5 hours (approx.)
  • Free Cancellation prior to 7 days of travel date
  • Instant Confirm

Standard Inclusions

  • 1. Sparkling wine and nibbles
  • 2. Experienced Driver Guide
  • 3. Comprehensive commentary
  • 4. Travel in an air-conditioned coach
  • 5. Transport from/to selected hotels
From AUD

1 Key Facts


  • 1. Sparkling wine and nibbles
  • 2. Experienced Driver Guide
  • 3. Comprehensive commentary
  • 4. Travel in an air-conditioned coach
  • 5. Transport from/to selected hotels

Not included

  • 1. Food & beverages not listed as Inclusions
  • 2. Souvenirs
  • 3. Travel Insurance
  • 4. National Park Entry
Destination Ayers Rock (Uluru)
Depature point ● Departs: daily, all year round
● Departure Point: Ayers Rock Resort
● Departure Time:14:30 (April - October) / 15:00 (November - March)
● Arrives Ayers Rock Resort at approximately 30 minutes after sunset
  Complementary transfer from/to selected hotels included before departure time
  Return time vary throughout the year due to different sunset times. Precise timings will be provided with booking confirmation.
How to get there Complementary transfer from/to selected hotels included. Please indicate the name of your hotel at the point of booking - the most convenient pick-up location and time will be advised in your booking confirmation.
Reconfirmation requirements Please be advised you are required to contact The Service Provider 24 hours prior to the travel date during business hours to reconfirm your booking, pick up location and time, and departure time with your confirmation number. Please adjust your travel plan according to the details given by The Service Provider at time of reconfirming.
Check-in requirements Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the pick-up time at your booked pick up location. There might be 5-10 minutes delay depends on the traffic on the day. If you think the pick is late or you are not being picked up, please call The Service Provider and quote your confirmation number to double check.
What to bring/wear ● Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions, eg. jacket for cooler months.
● Comfortable enclosed walking shoes
● Protective clothing, hat, sunscreen lotion, and sunglasses
● Water bottle to hold 1 litre, Snacks
● Flynet in summer months (optional)
● Money / credit card for optional purchases
Other info ● Children under 18 years old must be accompanied by a person 18 years and over.

- Low level of fitness required
- Approximately 1 hour gentle walk

● Language Audio Devices
Language devices are bookable in Mandarin, Japanese, Italian, German and French at no additional cost on first come first serve basis. If the device is lost or damaged, fines apply.  Please advise under "Special Request" when booking if needed.

2 Overview

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.

Uluru Scares Sites & Sunset


Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Known by Aborigines as Uluru, Ayers Rock is a place of great cultural and spiritual significance. It is not a rock but a huge bed of arkose sandstone, deposited on the floor of an inland sea some 600 million years ago. It is properly described as a monolith and is a world famous rock formation. Uluru was first sighted in 1872 and was given its English name after the then Governor of South Australia, Sir Henry Ayers.

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park is home to the world-famous Uluru (Ayers Rock), the red heart of Australia and one of the world's most iconic natural landmarks. The monolith stands at a towering 348 metres tall and has a circumference of over 9 kilometres, with the bulk of its mass lying underground. Known for the dramatic changing of colour as the sun rises and sets,the perfect place to capture the mesmerising landscape is from the Talinguṟu Nyakunytjaku viewing area. Offering uninterrupted 360° views here you can witness the magnificent glow of the sun bring the surrounding desert landscape to life.


Things To Know About Uluru

Before you book the trip of a lifetime, there are a few things you should know in order to enhance your experience. 

  • History of Uluru

    In 1873, surveyor William Gosse sighted 'the Rock' and in honour of the then Chief Secretary of South Australia Sir Henry Ayers, named it Ayers Rock.

    It wasn't until 1993 that Uluru became the first icon in Australia to be given back its Aboriginal name and making it the first official dual-named feature in the Northern Territory.


  • Art & Culture

    There is an incredible amount of Indigenous Australian's art and culture in the area and surrounds.

    Stop by the Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park Cultural Centre, the best place to get acquainted with the Anangu country. A wander through the 'Tjukurpa Tunnel' will introduce you to the culture of the Anangu people and Aboriginal law (Tjukurpa).

    Learn about Aboriginal creation stories, ancestral beings, admire local art and discover the significance of the several walks available around the area. 


  • Walking Uluru

    The Kuniya Base Walk is an insightful track that leads to Muṯitjulu waterhole, home of a wanampi, an ancestral watersnake. You'll gain a unique insight into the sheer physical and spiritual enormity of Uluru and pass ancient cave paintings and other sites significant to the local Anangu and the early explorers.

    The Mala Walk leads you past several areas of rock art and sacred sites where Aboriginal communities live and prepare for ceremony. It's believed that as you walk through this area, you'll be surrounded by the spirit of the Mala Tjukurpa - the hare-wallaby people. The walk will take you to the peaceful Kaṉtju Gorge.


  • Local Wildlife

    There is plenty of local wildlife to see in Uluru and surrounds such as the Dingos, Red Kangaroos and the Rufous Hare-Wallaby.

    Birdwatching is also a popular activity for those that visit the area as many take shelter within the rocky slopes of the park. Keep an eye out for the brown falcon, the blackfaced woodswallow and zebra finches.


  • Uluru Climb Information

    The Uluru climb is permanently closed.


Tour Highlights
  • Depart the resort mid-afternoon for Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park
  • Join your Driver Guide for a short walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole at the base of Uluru
  • View ancient rock art and hear stories of traditional Anangu life
  • Learn the Tjukurpa (creation) story of Kuniya and Liru
  • Visit the Uluru–Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre – explore the Tjukurpa tunnel and read about the history, and flora and fauna of the park
  • Enjoy sparkling wine and nibbles as you view the iconic Uluru sunset – if you take a photo every few minutes you'll capture the famous colour change


3 Policy

Cancellation Policy

● If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
● If you cancel between 0 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
● If no show, no refund.


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