Take a tour around Uluru

The tours guide you to the best places to take sunrise and sunset photographs | Photo Michael Nelson

The sunrise viewing area Talinguru Nyakunytjaku is a great place to get photographs of Uluru and the surrounding area | It means ‘to look from the sand dunes’

Palya!

A new series of free Uluru audio tours are available on our website to help visitors plan their trip to the park and learn more as they travel.

Let us help guide you around the park, from the moment you drive in. Learn stories of the Cultural Centre, Anangu culture, Indigenous art, the walks you can take, the best places to take photographs and much more.

Don't miss the mala walk where you'll see the beautiful Mutitjulu waterhole | Photo Grenville Turner

Don’t miss the Mala Walk where you’ll see the beautiful Mutitjulu waterhole | Photo Grenville Turner

We recommend downloading the tours before you visit to help plan your trip. Internet coverage is not available in all areas of the park so it’s a good idea to download them before you leave home but, don’t worry, if you forget you can still download them at the Ayers Rock Resort at Yulara.

The tours are a fantastic addition to a journey round the park, but can be enjoyed be anyone. Why not download, sit back and take a virtual audio tour? Spark your imagination – and come visit us!

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