things to do, accommodation, attractions

The first glimpse of Uluru is breathtaking, one of Australia’s most iconic natural attractions rising in front of you in all its rust-coloured glory.

Situated in the south-west corner of the Northern Territory, a visit to Uluru is a unique and spectacular experience.

Visitors can learn about the history and culture of the local Anangu people and gain an understanding of the importance of seasons and elements of nature.

The vivid colours of the earth teamed with the soft greys, greens and yellows of the vegetation contrast against the ever-changing sky and make for a movie reel of stunning scenes.

The convenience of staying of the doorstep of the world’s most famous monolith, with activities and amenities at your fingertips, adds to the ultimate red centre adventure.

A perfect destination for a mini break or a longer exploration, a visit to Uluru has much to offer every type of traveller.

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