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Looking for things to do at Ayers Rock? Located in the Red Centre of the Northern Territory, Australia, Ayers Rock or Uluru is one of the greatest natural attractions and an iconic landmark of Australia. Get a firsthand look at this giant sandstone monolith that towers over the desert landscape of the World Heritage Listed Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park on a day tour and learn about its history and spiritual impact, see the sun rise or sunset with a breakfast or dinner tour, or even go hot air ballooning in the outback! Book your unforgettable Uluru experience here.
Take in the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta, then travel to Uluru & take in the great sunset views with a glass of wine, or even add a BBQ dinner to cap off the day!
Drive through sandhill country towards Kings Canyon, then once you have arrived make the rocky climb to the rim of the canyon and be rewarded with some amazing views.
Book a sunset tour to the heart of Australia's Red Centre, Uluru/Ayers Rock or add a BBQ Dinner under the stars for that extra special touch.
See the spectacular changing colours of Uluru/Ayers Rock at sunrise, and enjoy the views from the viewing platform with a delicious morning tea.
Witness one of Australia's most iconic landmarks - Uluru / Ayers Rock - from high above with a scenic helicopter flight showcasing its beauty from the air!
Experience the stunning beauty of Uluru at sunrise, then take a guided walking tour to the magical Mutitjulu Waterhole to see ancient Aboriginal rock art.
See one of Australia's most beautiful spectacles - Uluru at either sunrise or sunset - on these unique camel tours departing from Ayers Rock Resort.
The Valley of the Winds Walk at Kata Tjuta is one of the most famous walks of Australia. Visit The Olgas at sunset with a glass of champagne and nibbles.
Take part in one of Australia's most iconic experiences - a camel ride at Uluru - either in the morning or afternoon by booking a tour online here!
Book transfers and connections from Ayers Rock / Uluru to Alice Springs for the most convenient way to travel between these two outback destinations.