Must Do At Uluru


There are over 65 tours and activities to explore in and around Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Ayers Rock Resort. The iconic curves of Uluru are just the beginning. Adventure. Nature. Culture. Your days will be filled with action and the thrill of exploration.

  1. Sounds of Silence

No visit is complete without experiencing what many call the world’s most spectacular and magical restaurant, the Sounds of Silence dinner. Set in the desert, under the brilliant skies of the Southern Hemisphere, the Sounds of Silence dining experience is one not to be missed. Find out more

2. Desert Awakenings Sunrise Tour

As you watch the desert come alive enjoy a breakfast of bacon and egg rolls and homemade damper dripping with golden syrup. Next, your guided base tour takes you on an exploration of cave paintings, bush tucker and the spiritual world of the legendary water serpent. Find out more

3. Maruku Dot Painting Workshop

Join a local Indigenous artist and learn about the different symbols depicting Tjukurpa (Creation Time) before making your own dot-masterpiece to take home. This is a great experience for the whole family to enjoy. Find out more 

4. Uluru Camel Tour

In the pioneering footsteps of Australia’s early explorers, explore the desert from the back of a camel. The rhythmic gait of these resilient animals relaxes your body, panoramic desert landscapes clear your mind while the guide’s witty banter surprises and entertains. Find out more

5. Uluru from the Air

The best way to appreciate the vast beauty of Australia’s Red Centre is from above. Take in the undulating textures of desert dunes, expansive salt plains and deep red canyons. Flying above Uluru and Kata Tjuta gives these renowned rock formations a new perspective. Find out more


Need more reason to visit Uluru?

Uluru Astronomy Weekend 14 – 16 August 2015

Entry: FREE | charges apply for signature events

The Australian Outback is a haven for stargazers and perhaps one of the best places in the world to explore the galaxies in the night sky. Join Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, along with some of the world’s leading experts for spectacular stargazing at the Uluru Astronomy Weekend at Ayers Rock Resort. Find Out More

ACO Uluru Festival 30 – 31 October 2015

Entry: special packages available

The ACO Uluru Festival will feature special guests ARIA Award Winner William Barton playing didgeridoo and ARIA nominee Steve Pigram lending his soulful voice and rhythmic guitar to harmonise with the ACO. Limited to a maximum of 380 guests, 3 concert performances will take place in the intimacy of the Uluru Meeting Place and will feature music by Sculthorpe and Vivaldi and Pärt and Bach. Find Out More

Tjungu Festival 22 - 25 April 2016

Entry: FREE | charges apply for signature events

Following a sell-out success in its second year, the Tjungu Festival will return to Ayers Rock Resort once more from Friday 22 to Monday 25 April 2016. Tjungu, (pronounced tjoo-ngoo), means coming together in local Anangu language and celebrates the best of Australian Indigenous culture. With a lively timetable of events featuring everything from culture to film and art, from sport to music, food and fashion this is one event not to miss. Find Out More