Sure, Uluru is a massive monolith, but that doesn’t mean it’s not always changing its looks! It’s bright red, but that colour changes throughout the day depending on how it’s basking in the sun. That’s why taking in Uluru on sunrise and sunset tours is an absolute must for your Australian Outback bucket list.
Desert Awakenings starts under the canopy of the stars and gives you a front-row seat to the colours of Uluru waking up. And don’t worry, you’ll enjoy the most important meal of the day, with an Aussie breakfast of bacon and egg rolls, homemade damper, coffee and tea. After the sun is up, your guided tour continues with a stop at a Mutitjulu waterhole before going to the National Park’s Cultural Centre, where you’ll learn even more about Anangu lore in great detail.
Just because the sun has set doesn’t mean the wonder in the desert takes a rest. With the Field of Light Star Pass, you’ll be transported from the Ayers Rock Resort to a remote desert location with views of Uluru. Sip on sparkling wine or beer and taste delicious outback canapes before watching a stunning art installation light up the night with 50,000 glass spheres changing colour in rhythm across the desert (all while the Australian Outback sky puts on a light show of its own).