From traditional bush medicine to birthing caves, sacred waterholes to rock art, discover why Uluru and Kata Tjuta are the spiritual heart of Australia.
Standing 348 metres tall in the middle of an otherwise flat desert, Uluru is the coolest monolith you’ll probably ever see. But here’s the thing: Uluru’s so much more than a monolith—it’s a living landscape that holds 60,000 years of Anangu history, stories and culture. Join us on a Red Centre adventure to hike through 300-million-year-old canyons and gorges, listen and learn from First Nations guides, and watch these sacred sites come to life. If the fluorescent glow of Uluru at sunset doesn’t take your breath away, the glittering night sky certainly will.
Tours to Uluru
Tours from Uluru
Uluru has become a symbol of the vast and rugged Aussie Outback. But it's also a place of deep spiritual importance to the traditional custodians, the Aṉangu people, who've been connected to these lands for tens of thousands of years. Watch the fascinating formations of Uluru and Kata Tjuta come alive as you listen to ancient stories passed down through the generations, and marvel at the breathtaking sight of an Uluru sunset. Continue your adventure through the Red Centre to discover other natural wonders including Kings Canyon and the stunning Ormiston Gorge in Tjoritja/West MacDonnell National Park.
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