Feel the magic of Australia’s spiritual heart when you take a tour to Uluru (Ayers Rock). This sacred monolith will leave you awestruck as you witness the changing colours from dawn to dusk, and you’ll be moved by the narratives of the custodial Anangu people. At night, dine under thousands of stars and maybe camp out under the desert sky. There is plenty to discover on a tour of Uluru and the Red Centre.
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Popular experiences and highlights of Uluru and the Red Centre
Uluru Base Walk
Discover the sacred sites around the base of Uluru on a guided tour or self guided walk, marvelling at the sheer size and commanding presence.
Explore Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)
Wander between impressive sandstone domes, dunes and gullies, enchanted by these ancient formations and their rich cultural significance.
Hike Kings Canyon
Take in spellbinding scenery as you hike Kings Canyon complete with natural amphitheatres, lush oases, rugged escarpments and vast 360° views.
Delve into Local Culture
Discover the strong connection the Traditional Owners, the Anangu, have with this land. Hear timeless stories, marvel at ancient rock art, and get an insight into the culture of the local Aboriginal people and their ancestors.
Watch the Dancing Colours of Uluru
Wake to watch first light set the sandstone ablaze and marvel at the changing colours as the sun dances its way across the sky. At sunset, swap warm coffee for a glass of bubbles as the sun passes the baton to thousands of stars.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys to Uluru and the Red Centre
“The best holiday I’ve ever done! ”
This holiday was an amazing experience! The best yet. Travelling through remote Australia was a very unique experience. Great treks on this tour and I really enjoyed the stargazing at night. Would also highly recommend the helicopter trip over Uluru. Book this when you book your tour so you don’t miss out.
“Central Australia by 4WD and Under 1 Million Stars”
What can I say, first of all Global Journeys makes this process really easy. Second of all this trip was amazing. I saw everything I wanted to see, was fed every day, had a place to sleep and have so many photos to remind me of my adventure. If you don't mind roughing it a little, this is the perfect tour for you.
“The best of the best”
My trip to Australia was just as amazing as my last one. Once again Juliet was a great help and she truly set me up with one of the best tours there was on offer. The National Geographic tour was one of the highest rated tours and it truly showed! I got the best of the best on this trip. I loved traveling to the desert and seeing Uluru and also getting to see some koalas on the Great Ocean Road. Unforgettable for sure. The only thing I was somewhat nervous about was when I first showed up for ...read more the welcome meeting the age demographic was a lot older than me and I'm not sure if I was warned about this before I booked the tour. Definitely not Juliet's fault, since I had already had a different travel agent who left on maternity leave before I was put in touch with Juliet. I stayed positive though and still found a way to make friends even though they were 50 years older than I am. My tour guide was young, along with a couple of other people in the group so I stuck with them and really made some friends that I will never forget there as well. Australia was absolutely beautiful and there were so many opportunities to explore each city and do optional activities. I think for this trip, my G Adventures tour guide made it amazing.
“15 Day Outback Adventure (AAT Kings)”
We would definitely consider travelling with AAT Kings in the future. The entire tour was well organised' with plenty of included sightseeing. Our tour guide, Cam was excellent, giving descriptive information along the way, and our driver Mark, very courteous and helpful. Booking online with Global Journeys was easy and communication with Madeline was efficient. Quality of accommodation was good, especially in small towns having to cater for over 50 people. The included meals were very good, as ...read more were the included drinks at dinner, something we've never experienced before on previous overseas tours. Fellow travellers were overall good company. May was a good time of the year to travel on this particular tour, as it was cold, but comfortable, until we reached Tennant Creek, then the weather got warmer to hot when we arrived in Darwin.