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Reviewed 25 March 2021

This morning we did the Uluru sunrise and kata tjuta with AAPT. Dave n Dylan we very friendly and knowledgeable hosts/driver.

Date of experience: March 2021
Thank cathyormie
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Reviewed 16 March 2021 via mobile

This is a bucket list thing to do... walk around the most iconic land mark in this country. The walk took me 2 hours to walk around the rock approximately 10 kilometers but make sure you do it 1st thing before the heat, it’s flat all the way so pretty easy walking. There is a shorter walk you can do and that is approximately 850m that still gets you up close and personal to the rock. Make sure you have lots of water, fly repellent or a fly net as the flies can drive you made depending on the time of year. At the main carpark there is toilets, drinking water taps. Be sure to pre purchase your tickets online before hand to save time.

Happy Travels!!

Date of experience: March 2021
2  Thank rogera906
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Reviewed 13 March 2021 via mobile

The walk at Kuta Tjuta was amazing BUT couldnt you put more small blue arrows to better indicate the walkway im not asking for major signposts but more arrows, we met 2 people who turned back because they didnt know where to go. We took a major detour due to the same issue these little blue signs must be cheap but are so important
Elena

Date of experience: March 2021
2  Thank elenawarren
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Reviewed 28 February 2021

It is not possible to add to so many reviews with anything unique.

So, instead, let me outline what I think a person can do in 48 hours, which is exactly the length of our recent tour.

Firstly, hats off to JetStar for providing a good and reliable service from Melbourne. Uluru is approx. 3 hours away, and is more like 2.5 hours when returning. Similar for Sydney. Less for other places. So in this COVID-19 era, Australians get going - look at your own backyard, rather than waiting for other places to reopen. (I know. I sound like a TV ad, but the ads are true.)

Secondly, hats off to the Sails in the Desert Hotel. I stayed at this place in 1986 when it was the Sheraton. Now, on my return visit, it has a new name and it is still in great shape. Lovely rooms. Lovely lobby and shop area.

The Yulara town centre offers great short walks (a great lookout) and free cultural talks and activities. Well worth doing.

The tour companies offer some very good tours. Generally it is the driver/guide who makes a tour memorable. Hats off to Sol at AAT Kings. Some members of my group went on the back of a Harley Davidson in a trike around Uluru and they said it was brilliant. Some members of my group did the 2-hour flight over all major sights in the area and also gave it a verdict of being brilliant.

Atmosphere and vibe - excellent. How can you tire of admiring the red earth and all the contrasts, especially at sunrise and sunset.

Lastly, even though I have written 'hats off' several times in this review, maybe a hat was not needed , but fly nets are an absolute necessity.

Date of experience: February 2021
7  Thank Nathan1000
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Reviewed 21 February 2021

There is so much more to Uluru than just being the worlds biggest single monolith. The massive size is just one of the rocks appeal. Being older with knee issues we still found the Mala Walk and the Mutitjulu Waterhole easy to access. Rock art, waterholes and tadpoles (due to recent rain) kept us interested while the sheer size of the rock was absolutely breathtaking.

Date of experience: February 2021
Thank Lynn C
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