Tour ID: 10002143
We take the worry out of getting to Uluru in time to see the sun set. Image yourself sitting in the viewing area, glass in hand and watching the sunset over Uluru(Ayers Rock). The shades of red are caused from rust, which is iron oxide and also the sun being low in the sky.
Travel from Ayers Rock Resort to the Uluru sunset viewing area. Enjoy nibbles and a complimentary glass of wine as the sun sinks over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluru is famous. Don’t forget your camera! It is recommended that you photograph Uluru every 5 minutes to really capture the gradual colour changes of the rock. Occasionally, when it rains, you may be lucky enough to see the spectacular sight of water cascading over the sides of Uluru.
Nibbles and a glass of wine.
1hr 30mins. (3hrs 30mins if including dinner option)
No Specific Times Daily
30 minutes after sunset to Ayers Rock Resort. If including the Optional Add-On dinner, the tour is extended by approximately 2 hours.
Ayers Rock (Uluru)
This tour departs Daily from Ayers Rock Resorts - 1 hour prior to sunset.
Please visit this link for tentative pick up information.
Please note that reconfirmation is still required prior to departure as per your travel documentation. The coach will not attend a location unless a pick-up is prearranged. Please note the times listed are approximate and ALL bookings MUST be reconfirmed with operator the day before departure.
- 2L Water bottle
- Jacket in the cooler months
Children between the ages of 2-15 years will be applicable for child rates. Children under 2 years are considered infants and travel free of charge when seated on a parent or guardians lap.
Children under 7 years cannot be seated in the first 2 rows of the tour vehicle. Child seats are unable to be used.
National Park Entry fee to be paid direct on day of travel.
Ayers Rock (Uluru)
After sunset clients are transferred to AAT Kings’ exclusive barbecue site with their Guide. The site is within the Uluru National Park, outside the 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 so that there is a clear view of the stars in the southern sky. Once at the site, clients will be served a variety of Australian meats and salads, accompanied by a glass of sparkling wine or orange juice (menus are subject to change). After dinner, the 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. Clients will then be served tea, coffee and biscuits before returning to Ayers Rock Resort.
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