Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Uluru (Ayers Rock) Tours and Tickets

2,016 reviews
Free admission

A gigantic monolith of rust-red rock looming over the desert plains of the Australian Outback, Uluru (Ayers Rock) is more than just a postcard icon—it’s the cultural, spiritual, and geographical heart of Australia, one of its most impressive natural wonders, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Petermann, Northern Territory, 0872

Tours and Tickets to Experience Uluru (Ayers Rock)

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What are people saying about Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Jamie_P, Oct 2023
Great night of food, drinks and stars
Really enjoyed the meal of steak, kangaroo and choice of roast veggies or salads, beer and wines were great and the interesting star talk made for a great night.
Janine_C, Oct 2023
Dinner with the stars
Dinner under a gazillion stars, Uluru at its finest during the setting sun. Throughly enjoyed the evening with my parents, now in their 80’s and recommend.
Julie_H, Sep 2023
Amazing Uluṟu sunset a must do!
I travelled with my 87 year old mum. We had an amazing time viewing the sun set over Uluṟu. The staff were friendly and helpful. We had wine and nibbles while watching the sun go down. Loved it!
Sandra_A, Aug 2023
Uluru colour changes but pricey for what it is.
Tour lasts 2 hours at most. Nice nibbles and a drink but you’re not actually watching a sunset, you’re watching the sun change the colours of Uluru’s rock. No seats so standing for a few hours isn’t easy. It’s a captive market so one of those things you have to do, however we found out there’s a hop on, hop off bus that you can get a 3 day ticket for that takes you everywhere around all the tourist places. Probably far better value for money.