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INSIDERS GUIDE TO ULURU

Soaring scale, striking ochre hues, and a sense of sacred majesty have made Uluru a destination that transcends comparison. A sentimental emblem of our national identity, Uluru’s exquisite natural beauty proved the ultimate backdrop for our latest ‘Shrine’ collection. An Australian icon in his own right, photographer Simon Upton captured this season’s spiritual offering amid Uluru’s rust-red terrain for The Upside’s most meaningful campaign to date. As we navigate a new norm in a post-pandemic world, there is something grounding about spending time in the sublime stillness of this ancient place.

See the real Australia and experience the magic for yourself with our insiders’ guide to Voyagers Ayers Rock Resort (the only way to experience Uluru.) 

 

Sunrise Flow

Owning the morning doesn’t get much more idyllic than this. Take a mat to the dune tops and flow through your practice amid the dramatic stillness of the desert. Take a post-savasana moment to take in the vista of Uluru’s lesser-known but equally impressive Katajuta rock formations.

 

Sunset Tipple

After a long day exploring ‘The Red Centre’, sit back, relax and sip on a Davidson Plum Daiquiri, just one of a delicious line-up of bush native-inspired beverages on offer at Walpa Bar.

Dine Among The Stars

Tali Wiru is a truly exceptional dining experience. An intimate table for 20 featuring champagne sunsets to the tune of the didgeridoo, four-courses celebrating locally-foraged, native ingredients. The star-lit evening concludes with a campfire cognac as a storyteller shares the traditional indigenous interpretation of the southern night sky. Simply unforgettable.

 

Breeze Through the Valley Of The Winds

This 3-hour long hike through Katajuta will leave you (literally) breathless.

 

Sleep Well

Experience the best of both worlds, Sails In The Desert offers world-class comfort amid the pristine wilderness of our very own World Heritage Site.

Eat Well

Learn about traditional indigenous bush tucker and the healing properties of native flora at one of Ayers Rock Resort’s daily Bush Food Journey tours.

 

Beauty That Moves You

Get your heart rate up and see Uluru up close and personal via a guided Uluru Cycles tour. Or for those trying to engage their core muscles, there’s also Segueways for hire…

 

Get Creative

With a traditional dot-painting class led by local indigenous artists. Finally, a holiday souvenir that means something.

 

Seriously Good Coffee

The Kuluta Academy Cafe offers the locale’s best caffeine hit courtesy of trainee staff from NITA (National Indigenous Training Academy) – a social impact initiative that seeks to upskill young indigenous Australians through work-experience across the hospitality, retail and horticulture industries.

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