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Ayers Rock, Australia

Huge? Yes. But spiritual? See for yourself on an excursion to the awe-inspiring Ayers Rock, known locally as Uluru. This Aboriginal sacred site is the world's largest monolith, rising more than 1,000 feet out of the desert sand. Discover the mysteries of Uluru on a walking tour around the base or a guided hike to the rock's peak.

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Ayers Rock, Australia

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While On Your Cruisetour

What's better than massive rocks? Massive rocks at sunset. Get your camera ready for an evening at the "Olgas." These vibrantly colored domed rocks take on an absolutely majestic hue as the sun goes down.

  • Soak up more Aboriginal history and culture on a walking ancestral tour of the desert land.
  • Fire up the barbie! Be treated to an authentic gourmet barbecue dinner in a dramatic desert setting.

Other Fun Things To Do

It's not a real trip to the desert without a camel ride. Or at least a visit to the Camel Museum. Just be sure to check out the really cool Arid Australian Reptile display while you're there.

  • Feel young again with a visit to the Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve. Here you'll see abstract carvings and animal tracks that date back 300 generations.
  • Take a short trip to the MacDonnell Ranges, where you'll find stunning cliffs and chasms, as well as sun-soaked gorges for swimming.

Local Currency

The local currency used in Ayers Rock is the Australian dollar (AUD). Credit cards are widely accepted. And you can use your ATM card at banks around the country as long as your card is connected to the international banking network. Traveler's checks are also accepted.

Weather in Ayers Rock, Australia


Temperature Fahrenheit Celsius
Average High 99° 37.22°
Average Low 73° 22.78°
Mean Temperature N/A N/A
Record High N/A N/A
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Precipitation Inches Centimeters
Average Precip. 0.93 in 2.36 cm

Before You Visit

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