Tours, day trips and activities in Ayers Rock (Uluru)
Welcome to the heart of Australia the red centre
Ayers Rock or Uluru is Australia's spiritual heart. At over 550 million years old and 986ft high, it is the country's most famous natural landmark. Whether you want to watch the sun go down over Uluru, explore Kings Canyon, listen to Aboriginal Dreamtime stories or skydive above the Red Centre, we have the Outback experience for you! You can also read all about Uluru National Park here.
Ayers Rock or Uluru is a massive sandstone formation, right in the heart of Australia. This natural monument is a holy place for the indigenous Aboriginal people, and it is listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. This highly spiritual symbol is located within Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, a protected area that measures more than 1300 square kilometres.
Together with Uluru, the rock formations of Kata Tjuṯa are the eye-catchers of this national park. These towering rocks are of great spiritual importance as well, and you simply can’t visit the national park without seeing this impressive range 25 kilometres west of Uluru.
The sun and temperatures here are harsh in winter, while from May to September the temperatures rarely exceed 30 degrees. The best times to visit during the day are sunrise and sunset when the rock is illuminated with a stunning hue.
The beauty and mystery of Ayers Rock didn’t go by unnoticed, and now countless activities can be done around the foot of this monument. To soak up the entire area and get to know all the features of Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, you can join the spectacular 4 day Uluru and Kings Canyon tour from Uluru or the more hardcore Mulgas Rock to Rock camping tour that lasts for 4 days.
There are breathtaking ways to see Ayers Rock and Australia’s Red Centre from unique perspectives. You can observe the vast deserts and the monument during a terrific Uluru skydive from a height of 12,000 feet, including a spine-chilling freefall for 30 seconds!