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Young Families

4-day Suggested Itinerary

Family-Friendly Fun For Everyone

Uluru is the perfect getaway for kids of all ages! Here are our top picks for younger children that parents will love, too.



Wintjiri Wiru
Wintjiri Wiru After Dark

Take your seat in an open-air desert theatre, then, as darkness falls, witness the Mala story brought to life like never before with ground-breaking technology.  

Choreographed drones, lasers, and projections will light up the desert sky in a modern, artistic expression of an ancient, Anangu story.  

Difficulty: Easy
Time of Day: Sunset

Day 2

Paint Your Own Australian Animal stencils and paint tubs
Paint Your Own Australian Animal

Kids of all ages love to paint – and this family-friendly activity is the perfect way to bring home a special souvenir from an unforgettable Red Centre holiday!

Difficulty: Easy
Field of light with starry sky
Field of Light General Admission

Witness 50,000 slender stems crowned with radiant frosted-glass spheres gently bloom with rhythms of coloured light.

Difficulty: Easy
Time of Day: Sunset

Day 3

Didgeridoo being played by man in the outback
Didgeridoo Workshop

Listen to the enchanting sounds of the didgeridoo. Yidaki, the traditional Aboriginal term for the didgeridoo, was discovered in East Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Difficulty: Easy
Starry night at Ayers Rock
Astro Tour

The Australian Outback is perhaps one of the best places to explore the galaxy of stars in the night sky. This stargazing tour will take you on a fact-finding journey through the southern night sky, enhancing your knowledge on astronomy and its beginnings. 

Difficulty: Easy
Time of Day: Sunset



It’s time to head for home – spend the day revisiting your favourite activities or just soaking up the scenery together (and don’t forget to take a few final photos!)

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