Experience the wonders of our Uluru (Ayers Rock) & Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) day tour from Alice Springs
Travel in air-conditioned comfort, hear intriguing stories and learn the secrets of this unique world-renowned destination. We provide meals, beverages and snacks so all you have to do is focus on your incredible surroundings.
Uluru & Kata Tjuta Day Tour Highlights:
This day trip to see the sights of Uluru and Kata Tjuta is a memorable experience for holidaymakers of all ages. All activities are considered very safe for all age groups. They do not require a high level of fitness or agility.
- Watching the sunset at the sacred site of Uluru with a glass of bubbly
- Uluru: Guided Mala Walk
- Uluru: Guided Mutitjulu Waterhole Walk
- Kata Tjuta: Walpa Gorge Walk
- Aboriginal Cultural Centre
- Mount Connor Lookout (Alice Springs start only)
Your Uluru & Kata Tjuta day trip includes the following:
- Experienced and accredited tour guide
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- BBQ at sunset with sparkling wine
- Accommodation pick-up & drop-off
- Uluru Park entrance fee ($25pp)
- Fruit & snacks throughout the day
- Freshly made packed lunch (Alice Springs start only)
Spaces for this popular day trip fill fast. Book today to avoid disappointment.
Starting your tour in Alice Springs? We will collect you from outside your Alice Springs accommodation and head to the first stop of our day tour at Erldunda.
If you’re starting your tour from Ayers Rock Resort, we collect you from your Ayers Rock Resort accommodation.
Travel to Kata Tjuta (Olgas) for the first walk of the day into the beautiful Walpa Gorge. Take in the stunning domes of Kata-Tjuta, see the wildflowers (depending on the season) and marvel at the views of the open plains on the return walk.
Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Your tour then visits the Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Here, you will have time to learn about the local Pitjantjatjara people and buy souvenirs.
Built from 90,000 mud bricks, the Cultural Centre was created with the help of the local Anangu people. The sacred site it is built on has special meaning to its traditional owners.
Uluru – Mala Walk
Head to the base of the majestic Uluru (Ayers Rock). From here, your tour guide will take you on a guided Mala Walk. Please note; tourists are no longer permitted to climb Uluru due to its cultural significance.
The Mala Walk follows the north-west side of Uluru, where you will see many fascinating examples of Anangu rock art. Along the way, your guide will tell ancient stories of the Anangu People.
Uluru – Mutitjulu Waterhole
Travel by coach to the back section of Uluru and start a guided walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole.
Your guide will take you along a short track to the waterhole – home of an ancestral water snake called Wanampi. You’ll hear stories of local traditions and learn how the Anangu people traditionally used the waterhole for hunting. The caves containing rock art were used in the past by the Anangu people, whose ancestors are still alive today.
The Sunset BBQ – This is an unforgettable Australian experience and something everyone should visit Uluru for at least once in their lives. Take in a breathtaking Uluru sunset with a glass of bubbly (or BYO beer) and a delicious Aussie BBQ dinner.
After sunset and the dinner, we head to the Ayers Rock Resort to drop off those finishing their tour at Ayers Rock Resort Accommodation.
We then make the return journey to Alice Springs and drop you back to your Alice Springs Accommodation, therefore finishing your Uluru and Kata Tjuta day tour from Alice Springs