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Uluru Base and Sunset Half-Day Trip with Optional Outback BBQ Dinner

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Drive around the base of Uluru to see it from all angles
  • Guided walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole with a guide’s commentary
  • See the sunset over Uluru accompanied by appetizers and wine
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Uluru Base and Sunset Half-Day Trip with Optional Outback BBQ Dinner
From US$103.20
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Base and Sunset Tour
This option includes a guided walk along the base of Ayers Rock, drinks and canapes at Ayers Rock Sunset Viewing Area
From US$103.23
Base, Sunset Tour & BBQ Dinner
This option includes a guided walk along the base of Ayers Rock, drinks and canapes at Ayers Rock Sunset Viewing Area and an authentic Aussie BBQ Dinner
From US$217.92
Overview
Combine sunset views of Uluru with a guided walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole, followed by appetizers and wine. End your day in Australia's Red Centre with photo-worthy views of the sun setting over the red sandstone monolith, accompanied by commentary from your guide on the geological and spiritual significance of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
What to Expect
The distance around the base of Uluru can be a bit much for some walkers; this tour allows you to travel around it and get views from all angles in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. As you travel, listen to commentary from your guide on its origins millions of years ago and its spiritual significance to the Anangu people.

Disembark for a stroll down the Kuniya Walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole, where you can see aboriginal rock paintings and some hearty flora native to the red desert. Move on to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre to learn more about local aboriginal culture and see some traditional crafts.

Head for the sunset-viewing area to see the late afternoon light and color changes over the iconic rock while enjoying appetizers and a glass of wine, a perfect way to end your day in the Outback.
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1 - 5 of 6 reviews

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
FantasticTour of Uluru and a Great BBQ Dinner and Star Show

I was somewhat concerned when I booked this tour as I wasn't sure what I was getting for my money. What my family and I received was well worth the cost. The tour and history of Uluru was very informative including walking to some very...More

Thank Nelson A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
NOT VALUE FOR MONEY!!!

Watch out guys for this company as you will be totally dissapointed...You will see Uluru mostly from the bus, as they do not stop on any lookout before sunset! Majority of the rock cannot be photographed. Walk in front of Uluru is in total shade...More

1  Thank Marcin K
Reviewed 23 March 2018
Uluru Sacred Sites and Sunset trip

Had an excellent tour on coach with passionate knowledgeable guide Gary. Included visit to sacred site Uuru-Kata Tjuta Cultural centre (remembering here no photos allowed) as well as Kuniya walk. I loved the Mutitijulu waterhole in the middle of the desert rock formations as well...More

Thank maureen1128
Reviewed 31 January 2018
Sunset tour with Rob, Bruce & Tachi

We had a wonderful afternoon and evening on the sunset trip to Uluru, Our guides, Rob, Bruce & Tachi were fun and very informative. The wine & nibbles were excellent and plentiful. A nice touch was the ice cold flannel when we got back to...More

1  Thank elainebowall
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile
Great Afternoon Ayers Rock Tour

Our family (mother, dad, 19 and 23 year old) really enjoyed this air conditioned bus tour to the Aboriginal Culture Center to learn the stories, to Ayers Rock to see the Rock, a walk to a watering hole at the base of the Rock for...More

1  Thank Doug D
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Derek S
26 April 2018|
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Response from maureen1128 | Reviewed this property |
we landed in Sydney, stayed one night and then flew into Uluru for 2 nights at Desert Garden then back to Sydney to same hotel had been in first night.
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