Sometimes, it’s OK to be a follower.
Thousands of years of Aboriginal history. Gorgeous views that will take your breath away. Kilometres of trails to discover. Endless spaces to roam. You might arrive at Ayers Rock Resort and feel overwhelmed by the space, the freedom, and the options. Don’t worry about a thing – let experienced guides show you the ropes and give you an insightful, interesting, and interactive introduction to the resort!
Feel like taking a break from walking? You’re in luck – there are plenty of different tour types to choose from. Hop on a segway and scoot around the base of Uluru. Climb aboard a motorcycle and hit the open road. Or clamber on top of a camel and explore the desert the same way the early pioneers did.
Uluru Camel Tours
Every day is “hump day” here in the Outback. Saddle up and climb aboard for a camel’s eye view of the desert. Choose from sunrise, sunset, and daytime tours, including an “express” option that’s perfect for families.
Uluru Motorcycle Tours
Indulge your wild side and hop on a Harley-Davidson or a three-wheeled trike. Your experienced driver guide will take you to the best spots for views of Uluru and Kata-Tjuta, and you’ll look cool doing it.
Uluru Segway Tours
Get up close and personal with the base of Uluru during a guided segway tour. Your experienced guide will share plenty of interesting info about the history and geology of the area. These tours are ideal for guests between the ages of 12 and 55 who are in good health.