Even at a distance, Uluru is a constant presence.
Longitude 131 offers memories for a lifetime that you just can't buy.
Whether it be art, food, or sunset vantage points - Uluru offers some of the most unique experiences in the world.
Sails in the Desert is a modern Australian classic and a luxurious base to explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
This will be Opera Australia's second performance at Uluṟu, partnering with Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia.
An exceptional sit-down dinner at sunset on a sand dune overlooks Uluru.
You absolutely can't climb it, don't even think about it, but there are oodles of wondrous experiences to be had in the vicinity.
No matter how many times you've seen it in photos, nothing comes close to seeing this icon in real life. The giant monolith is best seen at sunset and dawn, as the light changes and the rock seems to glow a vivid shade of red. The 10km base-walk is a must-do, offering a different perspective on the site. Nearby Kata Tjuta, another impressive rock formation, completes this essential Central Australian experience.