Top things to do in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Sounds of Silence

Waiters serve champagne and canapés on a desert dune with stunning sunset views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Then it's a buffet dinner (with emu, croc and roo) beneath the southern sky, which, after dinner, is dissected…
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Field of Light

This extraordinary installation by artist Bruce Munro will be open until at least 31 December 2020. It consists of over 50,000 poppylike stems topped with lit, frosted glass, with Uluru as a backdrop. Appropriately …
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Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, just 1km from the Rock, is a fabulous introduction to your Uluru experience. Displays and exhibits focus on tjukurpa (Aboriginal law, religion and custom), and on the natural and hu…
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Talinguru Nyakunytjaku Lookout

Much loved for its sunrise views in particular, with Uluru in the foreground and Kata Tjuta far away on the southwestern horizon. It also has two great interpretive walks (1.5km) about women's and men's business. Th…
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Tjungu Festival

This festival runs over four days in late April, hosted at Ayers Rock Resort and celebrating Indigenous culture. Food, art, film and music, plus plenty to keep the kids entertained. It centres on the lawn area adjac…
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Arngulli Grill & Restaurant

Celebrated by many as Yulara's best restaurant, Arngulli serves up fabulous, locally sourced steaks, as well as kangaroo fillet and wild mushroom risotto. It's an elegant place where you might want to dress nicely.
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Car Sunset Viewing Area

The main parking area for cars and minivans for watching the sunset at Uluru. We like the far southeastern end of the car park, but everyone's entitled to their opinion…
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Kata Tjuta

No journey to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is complete without a visit to Kata Tjuta, a striking group of domed rocks huddled together about 35km west of Uluru. There are 36 boulders shoulder to shoulder, forming …
Landmark in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park


Uluru is a beautiful, charismatic place. Its dimensions are one thing: Uluru is 3.6km long and rises 348m from the surrounding sands (867m above sea level). If that's not sufficiently impressive, remember this: two-…
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Tali Wiru

One way to combine sophistication with the ruggedness of the outback landscape is the Tali Wiru outdoor dining experience. Organised between April and mid-October, it involves walking to a dune-top 'restaurant' to e…