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Whether you’re looking for Uluru day tours, family holidays, or multi-day trips, we can help. With so many incredible tour packages and trips to Uluru to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect experience for your needs with Backpacker Deals.


Our Team’s Top Picks for Uluru

As a seasoned group of travellers, our team knows all the best things to do in and around Uluru. Check out our list of the best things to do in Uluru and book online with Backpacker Deals today!

Camping Tours:

Experience the breathtaking majesty of Uluru with our immersive multi-day camping tours. From short 3-day tours to week-long expeditions, these camping trips offer a unique opportunity to explore this sacred site in its entirety. Enjoy traditional storytelling, learn about the area’s rich indigenous culture, and witness stunning sunsets and sunrises that paint the sky with vibrant colours. 

Outback Adventures:

Set out on an unforgettable journey to Uluru with an exciting outback adventure! Cover more ground with a segway tour around the base of Uluru or travel in style on an exciting outback camel ride! Perfect for families, adventurers, and solo travellers, these unique experiences promise a trip like no other. Traverse the stunning desert landscape, take in the panoramic views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, and learn about the area's rich cultural history from knowledgeable guides. 

Scenic Flights:

Soar above the majestic landscapes of Uluru and Kata Tjuta on one of our scenic helicopter flights! Our curated selection of scenic flights offers visitors an unparalleled view of these two iconic natural wonders. Perfect for photographers and adventure seekers alike, these tours will take you on an unforgettable journey through ancient lands, providing a unique and breathtaking perspective of Australia's Red Centre.

Dining Experiences:

Indulge in an exquisite sunset dining experience at Uluru, where the breathtaking views complement a gourmet BBQ meal under the expansive outback sky. Watch on as the sun sets and Uluru becomes shrouded in vibrant shades of red and orange, creating a stunning backdrop for an unforgettable evening. With local produce and fine Australian wines to enjoy, these elegant evenings offer a feast for your taste buds while immersing you in the tranquil beauty of the desert at dusk. 

Guided Day Trips:

Step into the heart of Australia's Red Centre with our guided day trips around Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Led by knowledgeable local guides, these tours offer an intimate and informative exploration of the area’s fascinating landscape. As you stroll around the base of this geological wonder, you’ll learn all about its natural and cultural significance, from its formation some 550 million years ago right up to the present day. 

Cultural Experiences:

Immerse yourself in the rich Aboriginal culture at Uluru with our curated cultural experiences. Join local Anangu guides as they share their ancestral stories, incredible history, and ancient traditions that have been passed down over thousands of years. Learn about the spiritual significance of Uluru through hands-on activities like dot painting workshops, bush food tastings, and guided walks around the sacred sites. 

Sunset Trips:

Experience the magical transformation of Uluru at sunset with our range of tours and experiences. As the sun descends in the vast Australian sky, you’ll be able to watch as the intense reds and soft purples transform Uluru right before your eyes, creating a mesmerising spectacle. Ideal for photographers, couples, and families, our sunset tours at Uluru offer a profound experience with nature’s beauty and are sure to be the highlight of your trip.

Creative Experiences:

Dive into the artistic world of Uluru with our selection of creative workshops and experiences. Participate in a dot painting workshop led by local Indigenous artists and learn the techniques and symbolic meanings behind this traditional art form. Alternatively, you can explore the Field of Light art exhibition through guided tours that illuminate the creative process and conceptual significance of Bruce Munro’s renowned installation. Whatever you choose to do, these creative experiences are sure to ignite your imagination. 
 

Top Bucket List Activities to Do in Uluru in 2024

1. Rock to Rock Camping Tour

Discover the rich beauty of the Australian outback on this 4-day camping tour across Uluru, Kata Tjuta, and Kings Canyon.

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2. Scenic Helicopter Flight

Enjoy an awe-inspiring bird’s-eye view of Uluru and the Red Centre with this exhilarating scenic helicopter flight.

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3. Uluru Sunset BBQ

Indulge in a delicious barbecue dinner and a glass of sparkling wine as you take in the stunning views of Uluru at dusk.

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4. Stargazing Astro Tour

Gain exclusive access to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park at night and gaze at the dazzling sky above on a mesmerising stargazing tour.

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5. Field of Light Sunrise Experience

Witness an unforgettable sunrise over Uluru and appreciate the whimsical beauty of the famed Field of Light art installation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have to pay to enter Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park?

Yes, you will need to purchase a park pass to get into the national park where Uluru and Kata Tjuta are located. You can purchase your park pass online to ensure you get into the national park quickly and easily upon arrival.

Yes, while climbing Uluru has been understandably banned, visitors are still permitted to touch the rock’s surface as they walk around its base. However, you will need to refrain from pocketing any rock or sand samples during your walk, as these belong in the park, not in your pocket or home. 
 

Yes, but we do ask you to be mindful of any Anangu sacred sites at Uluru and Kata Tjuta and refrain from taking any pictures of these areas. These sensitive sites are generally well-signposted, but if you do have any doubts about whether or not you can photograph a certain area, we encourage you to check in with a professional guide. 
 

The base walk around Uluru is around 10 km in total and takes roughly 3-4 hours to complete depending on your pace. While you are welcome to complete the entire walk, you can also concentrate on walking a smaller section of the track if you’d prefer.