Uluru Sunrise & Kata Tjuta
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An experience of a lifetime
Witness the awesome explosion of colour as dawn breaks over Uluru (Ayers Rock) before exploring the incredible Kata Tjuta rock formations (also known as the Olgas).
Our guide to Uluru Sunrise & Kata Tjuta
Sit back and relax as you travel into beautiful Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park. Be amazed by the surrounds and incredible sight of Uluru in the distance on your way to Talinguru Nyakunytjaku – the Uluru sunrise viewing area.
Talinguṟu Nyakunytjaku & Sunrise over Uluṟu
Simply translated, ‘Talinguru Nyakunytjaku’ means ‘to look from the sand dunes’. The platform offers an incredible view through the dunes and stunning desert landscape as the sun rises over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Make your way on to the viewing platform to see many kilometres into the distance, providing an ideal photo opportunity. Watch the first rays of the sun set the Red Centre alight, while enjoying a warming cup of tea or coffee.
Your experienced Driver Guide will give you an historical overview of Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park. The Aboriginal people have lived in the area for 22,000 years, so there’s plenty of history to cover. Arguably Australia’s most recognisable and fascinating icon, Uluru (Ayers Rock) stands 348 metres high, however, most of its mass is below ground level. You’ll be overwhelmed by its incredible size, presence and inherent spirituality.
Panoramic Views from Viewing Point
Just 40 kilometres to the west of iconic Uluru, we’ll take in the sites of Kata Tjuta, also known as the Olgas. When you stop at a viewing point that boasts the most spectacular views of Kata Tjuta, be sure to have your camera at the ready.
Walpa Gorge Walk
Walpa (meaning windy) Gorge is a lush desert haven for plants and animals. The gentle but rocky track will lead you into a world of rare plant species and lush evergreen shrubs known as Spearwood. Your Driver Guide will lead you on a one hour walk through the gorge, sharing stories of local flora and fauna, and the geology of this amazing formation.
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Uluru Sunrise & Kata Tjuta
- You will receive a voucher for this experience. Please read it thoroughly.
- Please wear comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, camera and jacket in cooler months (June to August) are recommended.
- A water bottle holding a minimum of 1.5 litres is required for your walk at Kata Tjuta. Bottles may be refilled with water on board the coach.
- National Park entry fee of AUD26.00 per adult and AUD13.00 per child (5-15 years) is payable on departure. Charges are payable locally and are subject to change without notice.
- With fluctuations in world oil prices, fuel levies might be reinstates at any time. In such cases, any charge will be collected on departure.
- Cancellation Policy: Free cancellations for bookings cancelled prior to your holiday departure date. No refunds are given for cancellations made post departure.