A sleek rejuvenation of a "temporary residence" for those wishing to connect with the land and revere the beauty of the desert and the people that live there.
There's much more to this iconic destination than the big red rock.
Having a born storyteller as your guide around Uluru makes for an unforgettable experience, writes Monique Farmer.
Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and Yulara. The greatest tourist attraction in the Northern Territory. An awesome sight particularly at both sunrise and sunset.
They've journeyed to all corners of the globe (and back again) this year to hunt out travel's treasures. Now, with 2014 near its end, it's time for Traveller's writers to name their favourite hotels, bars, gadgets, museums, metros and more in this, our first-ever Best Finds special.
Ute Junker discovers Longitude 131, a revamped desert camp offering an extreme take on outback luxury.
Thirty years on, Ute Junker revisits the project that changed outback tourism.
There's no shortage of activities at our sacred monolith, writes Julietta Jameson.
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.