The cultural centre of Australia, Uluru is Australia’s Red Heart is an experience not to be missed.

There’s something special about the endless red dirt dotted with spinifex, and of course that monolith that dominates the landscape and brings so many tourists to Australia’s shores. There’s also the chance to connect with the oldest continuing culture on Earth.  Australia’s Indigenous people have called this place home for at least 40,000 years and you can hear the stories that have been passed down through the generations.

It’s the best place to view authentic Indigenous art and if you want some unforgettable experiences, you’re in the right place.

You can sample some local food and even enjoy a spot of fine dining underneath the stars. You can organise a walking tour around the rock at sunrise, go skydiving, enjoy a camel ride or even explore the area on a segway.

At sunset, you can go for a trike tour, enjoy a barbecue, or experience the incredible Field of Light created by world-renowned artist Bruce Munro. You can even explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta by helicopter.

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