The size of the rock really shocked me. The cultural center is good to visit. There are guided walks available.
1 - 10 of 2,430 reviews
I was unsure if the rock could possibly live up to its reputation, but it certainly did. It's absolutely stunning and huge.
What can I say? I guess Uluru speaks for itself but I will say it is much more impressive than on those glossy photos. We did a lovely sunrise base walk with SEIT and would definitely recommend them for this activity. We chose not to...More
Humble brag - From watching stars adjacent to the rock the first night, to seeing Sunrise the second morning, sunset that night and then sunrise from the Olgas viewing platform, you can not get enough of Uluru. Disgusted to see that people are still allowed...More
We have all looked at images of Uluru on photos etc, but when you are physically standing at its base or walking around this massive structure, i'm sure you would describe it as awesome. This should be listed as one of the wonders of the...More
We indulged in a sunset helicopter ride that included Uluru and Kata Tjuta. It was magnificent, a true highlight experience that we will never forget. If you think you might enjoy it, don't hesitate.
Uluru (or Ayers Rock) is breathtaking, and surreal. Be sure to see it in both daylight, sunset and sunrise. For Maximum effect, choose the vantage points to get that perfect angle. Do not climb the rock - this is sacred grounds for those who've lived...More
You do not realise until you are right there the magnitude of this place...the multi facets of the rock bot in shape and colour are outstanding, and both sunrise and sunset need to be on your agenda..if you intend to ride by bike or walk...More