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Discover Uluru and Kata Tjuta (Ayers Rock & the Olgas)

16 Sep 2007  Recent Trip with Friend
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Tours available whilst visiting the Red Centre of Australia

  • Category: Perfect weekend
  • Traveler type: Culture, Sightseeing, Active/Outdoors, Never been before
  • Appeals to: Couples/romantics, Honeymooners, Singles, Families with teenagers, Large groups, Seniors, Students, Budget travellers , Active/adventure, Tourists
  • Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
  • 1. Kata Tjuta Encounter

    We booked our tour with Ecotours who specialise in small groups (there were just the 2 of us)!! Picked up from our accommodation at 2pm we were driven out towards Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Your guide explains all about the area, the geology, the flora etc. You stop at a couple of look out points for photo's etc before making your way to Walpa (Olga) Gorge where you will leave the vehicle and take a walk through the Gorge. The Guide points out various trees etc which the aboriginal people (Anangu) use for fruits etc. We were then driven back to our hotel, arriving at approx 5pm. If you are planning to go on the Sounds of Silence dinner this tour is timed perfectly to get you back to the resort in time. The tour costs approx $AU85 for adults and $AU64 for children. Entry to the National Park is $AU25 and is valid for 3 days - check if your tour includes this or not.

  • 2. Spirit of Uluru Tour

    Tour booked with Ecotours - small group (approx 12 of us). Tour picks up from accomodation at approx 6am and drives out towards Uluru (Ayers Rock). The tour drives you around the base of Uluru, stopping at areas of special interest, waterholes, rock art etc and explains the relationship between the aboriginal people (Anangu), the myths and the legends associated with the rock. You are taken to a vantage point where you will watch the sunrise over Uluru and witness the subtle changes in colour. Breakfast is included in the tour - which comprises tea/coffee, cereal, fruit, muffins etc. Once the sun has risen you continue your drive around the rock and stop at various points for short walks. You will then be taken to the Cultural Centre where you can see detailed information on the people, the area, the wildlife, the stories etc. There is also a gift shop and toilets here. You are given approx 45 minutes to see the cultural centre, after which you are returned to your accommodation. The tour takes approx 4hrs and costs $AU115 per adult. Entry to the National Park is $AU25 and is valid for 3 days - check if your tour includes this or not.

  • 3. Sounds of Silence Dinner

    This is one of those 'must do' things when visiting Uluru (although you make think twice if your not keen on insects)! You will be taken to a dune situated between Uluru and Kata Tjuta where you will enjoy canapes and sparkling wine. You will see the famous sunset over Uluru prior to you having the BBQ meal. A wide choice of local delicacies including Kangaroo, Emu, Crocodile & Barramundi are available. As night falls you get to see some amazing stars and the guides talk you through what you are seeing. After dinner you can take your tea/coffee with you whilst you linger around the campfire - great on a chilly desert evening! You will then be dropped back at your accommodation. The tour takes about 4 hours and costs $AU149 for adults.