Visit the Uluṟu - Kata Tjuṯa Cultural Centre where there is time to purchase some locally made Aboriginal art and learn more about the Western Desert region. Later travel around the base of Uluru with a local Driver Guide. Learn about the native flora, fauna and intriguing cultural traditions of traditional owners, the Anangu, and discover an array of fascinating sacred sites. Join your Driver Guide for a walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole. Explore a number of caves and view Aboriginal rock paintings as your Guide interprets their meaning and significance. Travel to the Uluru sunset viewing area, and relax with a glass of Australian Sparkling Wine and nibbles as the sun sets over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluṟu is renowned.
Departs: 2.30pm (Apr-Oct) and 3.00pm (Nov-Mar) from Ayers Rock Resort
Returns: 30 minutes after sunset
Children: 15 years and under are charged at the child rate
Excludes: National Park Entry Fee
What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, camera, water bottle with minimum 1L capacity and warm clothes are recommended during winter months (Jun-Aug).
Fitness requirement: Low level of fitness required to complete the Kuniya Walk.
Please note: Guests who will be flying in on QF1941 will not be able to join Kata Tjuta and Uluru Sunset on day of arrival. You must advise flight details at time of booking.
Tour Code: Y17
Operated By: AAT Kings