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Uluru Segway Tours is located in the Northern Territory. We offer an exciting and unique way to experience world famous Uluru, aboard a Segway! Join our knowledgeable guides as we cruise the base of Uluru.VIEW DETAILS
Since 1912, AAT Kings has been helping people from all over the world discover and explore Australia from top to bottom. Our unrivalled experience across these rugged continents guarantees you a holiday filled with immersive experiences, world-renowned sights, and personal stories from unique characters. The vibrant colour and irresistible spirit of Australia can be found everywhere, across the vast plains and mountain ranges, beaches and islands. So many unforgettable moments await you. Let us show you our home, only with AAT Kings.
When you join an AAT Kings group tour, all accommodation will be in ideally located quality hotels and lodges, and most meals, including daily breakfast and many dinner will be included. You will also enjoy immersive experiences, local encounters and incredible dining experiences that connect you to the destinations you are visiting. In addition to these immersive experiences, you will be given free time to explore the destinations, your way.
One of the most iconic things you can see in a tour of Australia’s red centre is World Heritage listed Uluru, or Ayers Rock. Whether you’re watching the sunset at dusk or rising early to see first light pour over the stunning desert landscape, there’s no escaping this place’s magic. Uluru is also deeply significant to the Anangu people, the traditional Aboriginal owners of the region, and taking a tour of the red centre will teach you things about this ancient culture you wouldn’t learn anywhere else. 40 kilometres west of Uluru is Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), which is another culturally significant geological formation in the region – 36 rock domes that have weathered for more than 500 million years.
You’ll also want to take a tour of Alice Springs, a town with a significant history as being established by early explorers who built a repeater station along the Overland Telegraph line in 1872 to relay messages from Darwin to Adelaide. There’s also Australia’s largest Aboriginal art gallery, Alice Springs Desert Park and camel rides into Palm Valley.
To the west of Alice Springs, you can take a tour of Kings Canyon, an enormous rock chasm 270 metres deep. Here you’ll be amazed by the wildlife that takes shelter from the harsh desert environment. Or alternatively, if you’ve got the energy, a guided climb around the canyon rim will give you incomparable views of Watarrka National Park.
Travel around the base of Uluru with a local Driver Guide. Learn about the native flora, fauna and intriguing cultural traditions of traditional owners, the Anangu, and discover an array of fascinating sacred sites. Join your Driver Guide for a walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole. Travel to the Uluru sunset viewing area, 'Sunset Strip' and relax with a glass of wine and Nibbles as the sun sets over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluṟu is renowned.
Discover the highlights of the Red Centre. Venture between the domes of Kata Tjuta through the Valley of the Winds and witness the majesty of Kings Canyon on the rim climb or canyon floor walk. Explore the base of Uluru and take in an unforgettable sunrise. Travel to the Uluru sunset viewing area, 'Sunset Strip' and relax with a glass of wine and Nibbles as the sun sets over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of colour for which Uluṟu is renowned.
Visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre to learn more about the Western Desert region, then tour the sacred sites around the base of Uluru with a local Driver Guide. Walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole, and view ancient Aboriginal rock art. Rise early to watch the first rays of the sun set Uluru and the Red Centre alight. Later, travel to the mystical domes of Kata Tjuta. On your last day at sunrise, make the steep rocky climb to the rim of the Kings Canyon for spectacular views of Watarrka National Park.
On arrival at Ayers Rock Airport you’ll be transferred to the resort. This afternoon, enjoy a leisurely drive out to Kata Tjuta. Witness a magnificent outback sunset there while enjoying sparkling wine. On your second day, travel to Kings Canyon and make the rocky climb to the rim of the canyon for marvellous views of Watarrka National Park. On your third day, watch the sunrise at Uluru, then travel to Kata Tjuta. Spend time exploring Walpa Gorge and its unusual rock formations. On your last day, experience acclaimed artist Bruce Munro’s Field of Light. Watch in awe as the sun pops up in the distance behind Uluru, flooding the landscape, including Kata Tjuta behind you, with light.
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