Visiting Uluru Between August and November
As such a vast country, Australia has something to offer all year round. Whether it’s marvelling at the Outback during the dry season or heading out on an Uluru Tour, the Northern Territory packs a punch when it comes to adventure.
Cheap Uluru Tours
If you want to see it all, then no adventure Downunder is complete without a trip to Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, as that big old famous rock is a sight to behold!
Uluru tours will take you to the heart of the Red Centre, complete with its rusty red earth, searing temperatures during the day, and incredible points of interest such as Uluru (of course), Kata Tjuta, and Kings Canyon – situated in the Watarrka National Park.
Booking Uluru Tours from Darwin
The journey to Uluru needn’t be dull! Uluru Tours departing from Darwin include the Darwin to Alice Springs Express – a 2 day tour that will whiz you from Darwin through to Nitmiluk’s Edith Falls, the Mataranka Thermal Springs, passed the Devil’s Marbles and straight to Alice Springs where you can rest and recoup before heading off on Uluru trips from Alice Springs.
Some Uluru tours depart from Ayers Rock airport, so if time’s not on your side and you’ve got the budget, then you can fly in from various other corners of Australia and book on to Uluru tours departing from Ayers Rock Airport.
When’s the Best Time of Year to Visit Uluru
Uluru and its surrounds are great to visit all year round. Be sure to make sure you check with your tour operator what is included in your package and what’s not, as the Red Centre is not somewhere you want to come up short! Make sure you check any packing guides, accommodation options, and remember the essentials such as refillable water bottles, sunscreen, hat, decent walking shoes, a jumper and jeans for night time and big spray!
Temperatures from August to December are pleasant in the Red Centre and range from the low 20s to the mid 30s by the time December rolls around, so check ahead and pack accordingly!
Find out more about budget friendly Uluru tours at www.mulgasadventures.com.au