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Want to escape, indulge, relax or explore while all the driving is done for you? On an AAT Kings Day Tour of Melbourne our friendly and engaging Driver Guides will bring each destination to life. AAT Kings Uluru Day Tours offers a range of half and...more
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Ayers Rock Resort, Yulara, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
+61 2 9028 5182
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Just finished our trip from Yulara to Alice Springs with Gerry as our driver. Totally enjoyed his local knowledge your many years in Central Australia showed Gerry Thankyou. Oh and your driving was spot on.

Thank kimandbazza
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The bus left from the airport without any indication it was the last bus. Very disappointing and annoying. Staff claimed it was announced but all 8 of us seemed to have not heard the announcement.

Thank margh10
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went with AAT Kings on the sunset tour of Kata Tjuta. The location was spot on and there wasn’t the crowd that is usually associated with this type of activity. (I have been before). The snacks and wine provided was first class and the commentary...More

Thank J1048
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Extremely over priced for what you actually get. $350 for two adults on a half day trip, where you feel extremely rushed. Collection from the pick up points is utter chaos by the Desert hotel. For value for money hire a car, buy a guide...More

Thank Christian P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We used this group for 3 tours while visiting Ayers Rock this week: Sunset BBQ, Sacred Sites and sunset and Sunrise field of lights. They were all great tours with fine service, knowledgeable and friendly guides and fair prices. The food at the Bbq was...More

Thank jlcardella
Reviewed 1 week ago

Took three different tours with them (Uluru sunrise & Kata Tjuta;, uluru sacred sights, sunset and bbq; and Kings Canyon). The coaches are very comfortable with washroom on board. All the guides were good. Bruce in particular was very informative at Kings Canyon. Took the...More

Thank Bill C
Reviewed 1 week ago

AAT fills a need: we are Americans who wanted to see the Red Centre and this was an efficient, safe way for us to do so. There were a lot of strengths to this tour, but some glaring weaknesses, also. Strengths: Most obvious is that...More

Thank fourfamilytravels
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

AAT Kings are wonderful - coaches are clean and new. Drivers where all informative when travelling around. Sounds of Silence pick up by AAT Kings was a good experience, as they advised us pick up time & when they would be leaving etc. Field of...More

Thank Bernadette B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I visited Yulara/Uluru as part of a work conference with 260 other guests. We had 4 AAT Kings buses ferry us from place to place, and I need to say one driver PAUL was AMAZING! Super knowledgeable and really interesting to listen to. He had...More

Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Didn't look forward to a 3 hour drive each way, but the motor coach was very comfortable and luxurious. Stopped on the way to Kings Canyon for breakfast at a charming cowboy mess hall. Food was very good. The Kings Canyon Rim hike was spectacular....More

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Response from zbiggys | Reviewed this property |
I would be surprised if they strictly enforced that. There are many of us Aussies that travel too that won't carry that much luggage, so as long as their limit doesn't exceed the weight allowance for a full bus, it should be... More
10 May 2016|
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Response from Blake L | Reviewed this property |
Recently went 2wks ago. Really good tour. I enjoyed it much more than uluru base tour. The stairs up to the rim effortless. Then walked on flat plain. Easy grade but bring water. Not that many flies as it is coming into... More