Tips & Articles

15
February
2019

Why is Uluru on the world heritage list?

World Heritage sites are known as a universally important area, structure, or site. Due to their outstanding significance, we marked […]

9
October
2018

When is the best time to visit Uluru?

Uluru, nestled in the heart of the Red Centre of Australia, is by far one of the most recognisable landmarks […]

6
September
2018

How Was Uluru Formed?

One of the world’s most renowned natural landmarks is Australia’s Ayers rock, otherwise known as Uluru. In the heart of […]

22
August
2018

How to Experience Kings Creek Station

Uluru is a bastion of the Australian outback, promising visitors a deep insight into a wildly colourful past. Forming one […]

18
July
2018

Exploring the Olgas

The Red Centre of Australia promises visitors the chance to step back in time and experience some of the country’s […]

24
May
2018

The Best Walks in the Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park

Australia’s Red Centre is alive with stunning natural formations like Uluru and Kata Tjuta. In the Uluru Kata Tjuta National […]

18
April
2018

Things to Do at the Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

Kata Tjuta is an ancient landscape near Uluru that is formed of three large rock formations also known as the […]

8
March
2018

The Rich Culture and Beauty of the Mataranka Hot Springs

The landscape surrounding Uluru is bathed in ancient stories and magical landmarks, including Mataranka. Set 100km to the south of […]

1
February
2018

The Adventures of Kings Creek Station

Uluru is one of the most popular destinations in Australia for tourists. It’s ancient history and iconic jutting rock face […]

10
November
2017

Camel Riding in Uluru

Deep in the heart of Australia’s red centre, Uluru towers over the surrounding scenery in an ancient display of stunning […]

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