Erleben Sie das Rote Zentrum so wie es die ersten Pioniere im 19. Jahrhundert gesehen haben, nämlich auf dem Rücken eines Kamels. Ob kurzer Ritt, Sonnenauf- oder Sonnenuntergang am Uluru und die Erkundung der Kings Creek Station, Kamele spielen eine bedeutende Rolle.
One hump or two?
See the Red Centre the way the 19th century cameleers did – atop a dromedary. Take the reigns and choose from short, sunrise and sunset rides at Uluru, or exploratory adventures around Kings Creek Station.
See the desert come to life as the sun rises, bathing the cloud cover in spectacular colour and slowly illuminating Uluru and Kata Tjuta. A one-hour ride starting at Ayers Rock Resort, sunrise tours offer magnificent morning photo opportunities, insights into local flora and fauna, and an outback breakfast of damper and billy tea.
Saddle up for sunset and spend an hour meandering through the rich red sands watching Uluru and Kata Tjuta bask in ever-changing light and colours as the sun slips slowly out of view. Celebrate nature’s incredible light-show with a tipple and bush tucker back at Ayers Rock Resort.
Short on time? Get on board the camel train and take a quick tour around the camel farm at Ayers Rock Resort before heading back to the camel museum, where you can satisfy all your curiosities about the history of cameleering in the Red Centre.
Stopping all stations
Explore a working cattle and camel station atop one of its finest at Kings Creek Station, just 36 kilometres from Warrtaka National Park. Settle in the saddle for a tour of the station and its majestic desert oaks and exquisite wildlife and birdlife. Rise early for a hearty bushman’s breakfast with your ride, or wait until the evening to see the sun set over the spectacular George Gill Range. If you’re not convinced that cameleering is for you, try it out with a quick five- or fifteen-minute test ride so you can at least get a photo and impress your friends with your spirit of adventure.