A natural wonder, Ayers Rock (Uluru) is inscribed on the World Heritage List and is steeped in Aboriginal Dreamtime significance.
There are a number of ways to discover the magnificence and splendour of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
Learn about Ayers Rock (Uluru) on a tour run by the Anangu people. One of only a few windows into the laws and nature of the enchanting area, an Anangu tour sheds light on local flora, fauna, bush tucker and Dreamtime stories.
For an extensive showcase of the national park and its elements, enlist on an overnight or a week-long Outback adventure, and encounter the iconic monolith, alongside other natural wonders, like 500-million year old rock formations of The Olgas, and 300-metre-high sandstone walls of Kings Canyon.
Local guides offer a myriad of tours, where Australia’s red centre can be explored not only from aboard a luxury coach, but also from the back of motorcycle, atop a camel, or high above in a helicopter.
Experience an unspoiled vista of the sun setting and rising against the rock at the luxurious and romantic eco-sensitive Longitude 131°. A gateway of the wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131° offers five-star private tent bungalows and intimate dining under the stars at Table 131°.