Explore the Uluru (Ayers Rock) Cultural Tours
Experiencing the beauty of Uluru is something that may barely be expressed in words.The majority of people visiting Uluru do so included in a tour, usually on buses from Alice Springs. Tours will also be arranged from Yulara, where visitors can arrive and just book on the spot if needs be. However, it is advisable to book an Uluru tour ahead of time, especially in the busy seasons.
Aboriginal Mala Walk Tour of Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Don’t would like to get up early for sunrise, or else you are booked on a Sunrise Camel Ride or Uluru Sunrise Breakfast but still want to visit the rock? This tour is ideal for you.
- This tour to Uluru features a vehicle based tour from the rock and then an Aboriginal Guided Mala Walk. Discover the sensitive story of the Mala (Hare Wallaby) individuals who lived at Uluru, with their friend the Itjaritjari (marsupial mole). Across the Mala Walk visit the many painted caves from the Mala people, and learn how they lived and eager for ceremonies at the base of Uluru. Visit sacred Kantju Gorge, a basic water hole at the base of the dramatic rock face.
Aboriginal Dot Painting Workshop
Discover the inside story and concept of art works directly from Aboriginal artists!
- Join Aboriginal artists in the Uluru Cultural Centre for a fascinating summary of Aboriginal art and the chance to join the performers to try your own hand. Aboriginal Guides offer an introduction to their culture and just how this is expressed in their artworks. Join the artists to complete your personal painting, which you can take home like a memento of the experience.
Aboriginal Uluru Sunrise Liru Walk Tour & Breakfast
About this small group tour you will enjoy sunrise, a cafe or restaurant breakfast overlooking Uluru and the Liru Walk with Aboriginal guides. Around the famous Liru Walk you will retrace the road of the Liru Ancestors through bushland near Uluru.
- Hear the tragic fate of Lungkata (Blue Tongue Lizard Man), who’s still lying at the base of Uluru. See demonstrations of ancient bush skills for example making kiti (bush glue), making fire and carving wooden tools with merely a sharpened stone. You’ll also learn how to hold and throw a spear.
- The restaurant breakfast overlooking Uluru is supplied in the upstairs restaurant from the Uluru Cultural Centre. The setting is extremely serene, with a dramatic look at Uluru. Breakfast includes hot filled croissants, Danish pastries, toast and condiments, muesli, choice of cereals, fresh fruit salad, juice, fresh coffee and choice of teas.
Kuniya Sunset Aboriginal Tour including Uluru Cultural Center
Aboriginal Guides host an amazing walk into the base of Uluru, and a trip to the Uluru Cultural Centre.
- After collection out of your hotel, enjoy free time within the Cultural Centre before meeting your best guide for an introduction to Aboriginal Law. Your Aboriginal guide will accompany yourself on a visit to the caves at the base of Uluru where their ancestors left paintings over time worn ochres.
- See the beautiful Mutitjulu Waterhole, whose life-giving waters happen to be drunk by generations of Aboriginal people. Discover local bush foods, and listen to tales of desert survival. Following the tour you have time to watch the sunset over Uluru.
All tours are led by local Aboriginal people. They share their culture, explaining the way they see the landscape of Uluru, as well as their Tjukurpa or Dreamtime. These Aboriginal Guides provide a lot more than just a tour: they provide a distinctive cultural experience that constantly surpasses the expectation of the guests. Anangu have a special philosophy about sharing, They are saying Ngapartji Ngapartji: this is our culture, we share it along with you, it benefits us all.
Information on tour is interpreted into English by our experienced Aboriginal Language Interpreters, who accompany all tours.