Travel around the base of Uluṟu in the comfort of your coach as your Driver Guide provides commentary about the numerous sacred sites and features to be found at Uluṟu. Continue to the Kuniya Walk where your Driver Guide will escort you to the beautiful Mutitjulu Waterhole. View Aboriginal rock paintings and learn about the area as your Driver Guide points out some native flora and explains the Aboriginal and European history of Uluṟu. Later visit the Uluṟu – Kata Tjuṯa Cultural Centre, where you can learn about Aboriginal culture and see Aboriginal arts and crafts. In the late afternoon, we travel to the Uluṟu sunset viewing area. Witness the striking colour changes of Uluṟu at sunset while enjoying nibbles and a complimentary glass of wine. After sunset, an AAT Kings Guide will transfer you to the exclusive barbecue site. The site is within the Uluṟu National Park, adjacent to Uluṟu – Kata Tjuṯa Cultural Centre set amongst red sand dunes and desert oak trees providing a peaceful desert setting. The site is located far enough away from the resort lights to provide a clear view of the stars in the southern sky (weather permitting). Once at the site, you will enjoy a variety of Australian meats and salads, accompanied by a glass of wine, beer or orange juice (menus are subject to change). After dinner, tea, coffee and dessert will be served and your guide will conduct a tour of the night sky, describing and pointing out some of the visible constellations with the assistance of a high beam spotlight (weather permitting). The guide will also explain some Aboriginal stories that relate to the stars before you return to Ayers Rock Resort.
Adult from $285.00pp
Pension from $257.00pp
|Includes||Touring, dinner, return transfers|
|Departs||2.30pm (Apr – Oct), 3.00pm (Nov – Mar)|
|Returns||2.5 hours after sunset|