Why visit Uluru?
We encourage visitors to consider taking a guided tour with a knowledgeable guide to Uluru because this is an experience of a lifetime. Here are some reasons why you should visit Uluru at least once in your life:
- Sunrise and Sunset – Dawn and dusk are known as the golden hours of photography and that’s very apparent in Uluru. The red rock looks vivid and stunning during sunrise and sunset. If you’re in the right place, you can capture the sight of the sun rising or setting just beyond Ayer’s Rock.
- Waterholes – As long as you don’t visit during or after a long dry season, you can visit one of Uluru’s many waterholes. The crystal clean water against the red rock can be stunning in its own right so you should take the opportunity to visit one of them. We recommend the Mutitjulu waterhole because it’s one of the most beautiful little spaces in the area. You can take the peaceful and relaxing Kuniya Walk to the waterhole as it is very scenic.
- Interact with the Anungu – The local Anungu culture has thrived here for thousands of years and they still maintain their traditions and practices. You can interact with them, explore their culture and artwork, and get a glimpse of the harsh desert lifestyle.
Uluru is one of the most recognisable Australian landmarks. If you search the name Australia online, you’ll come across at least one picture of Uluru, if not more. This natural landmark has become iconic and uniquely associated with Australia’s identity. Thousands of people visit this beautiful, natural red structure every day as it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia. However, to truly recognise the beauty of this place, you need someone knowledgeable to guide you and that’s what you get with Mulgas Adventures.