Uluru & Surrounds Uluru Camel Tours Map showing the Uluru and Surrounds region in the Northern Territory Replay |View larger map Uluru & Surrounds Destinations See & do Events Tours Accommodation Region guide Considered the spiritual heart of Australia, this region's gem is Uluru/Ayers Rock, but it also offers visitors so much more, and is only a few hours from Sydney. Things to see & do in Uluru Sounds of Silence Ayers Rock ResortYour Sounds of Silence experience begins with canapes and chilled sparkling wine served on a viewing platform overlooking the Uluru Kata Tjuta...Read more Maruku Arts - GalleryBased at Uluru, [email protected] provides authentic Anangu cultural experiences for individuals...Read more Kata Tjuta / The OlgasHike around the soaring rock domes of Kata Tjuta / The Olgas at sunset and watch them glow and...Read more Top 10 things to do around UluruUluru is the spiritual heart of Australia. The nearby gems of Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon make up...Read more Field of Light UluruThe Field of Light art installation, a global phenomenon by internationally acclaimed artist...Read more Skydive UluruSkydive at Uluru! Tandem skydives with Skydive Uluru (Ayers Rock).Read more Camel ridingSee the Red Centre the way the 19th century cameleers did. Choose from short, sunrise and sunset rides at Uluru, or explore Kings Creek Station.Read more Aboriginal cultureLearn the ways of the ancient Anangu people of the Uluru region, one of the world's oldest living...Read more Kings CanyonGo on a drive out to Watarrka National Park, home of Kings Canyon. Walk along the red rock cliffs...Read more Walking & hikingWalking is the best way to experience the three giants of the Central Australian landscape...Read more Region guideThere's a whole lot more to Uluru beyond the grand red rock – although it is one of the biggest...Read more CampingRoll out your swag, pitch a tent or pull up your campervan and make yourself at home in the...Read more Inspiration for your Uluru trip Beyond the rock: 5 unforgettable Red Centre experiences The ultimate Uluru & surrounds accommodation guide How to experience Uluru (without walking on it) 5 must-dos on your 4WD adventure to Uluru Life in the slow lane along the Red Centre Way Top free things to do in Uluru and surrounds What's on around Uluru Field of Light Uluru 2 March 2018 – 31 December 2020 Desert Dreaming Yoga Retreat 20 – 28 April 2019 Uluru Camel Cup Friday 24 May 2019 Your search returned no results. Please try again.Show more Search & book Find accommodation, tours, activities and events in the NT Show me everything Accommodation Tours Hire & services See & do Festivals & events Articles Articles Itineraries Tour companies Darwin & Surrounds Kakadu & Surrounds Arnhem Land Katherine & Surrounds Tennant Creek & Barkly Region Alice Springs & Surrounds Uluru & Surrounds SearchReset #NTaustralia We're coming to you from Edith Falls (Leliyn) at first light 🙌 When it comes to sweet swimming spots, you're certainly spoilt for choice in this part of the Jawoyn-owned Nitmiluk National Park. Located only 40 minutes' drive from the town of #Katherine, the falls are a nature lover's paradise with an upper and lower pool, along with a number of walking trails. There's a kiosk on site and a grassy camp ground if you're keen to stick around and explore more 👍 Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @cleocohen! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEndView on Instagram Start the day on a high in the West MacDonnell Ranges 🚁 @elisecook recently hopped on a #sunrise scenic helicopter flight at Glen Helen Gorge, soaring over Mount Sonder, Ormiston Gorge and the spectacular mountain ridge lines. Surrounded by the majestic MacDonnell Ranges, @GlenHelenLodge is the ultimate base with easy day-trip access to the whole West MacDonnell National Park. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, Elise! #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNTView on Instagram @marioholzheu recently found "his favourite spot in the Northern Territory" while exploring #Kakadu National Park - Maguk Gorge! This lesser known park attraction is home to an emerald plunge pool screened by pandanus palms and surrounded by some of the oldest rocks in the world. While most people take the 1 kilometre trail to the main bottom pool, you can choose to climb above the falls where you'll find a series of smaller plunge pools with crystal clear water and amazing views. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, Mario! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEndView on Instagram The #DevilsMarbles are one of the most impressive places in the world to stargaze. With no artificial light in the Aussie outback to interfere, the night skies are unbelievably bright 🌟 These large granite boulder are located an hour south of #TennantCreek in the traditional country of the Warumungu, Kaytetye, Alyawarra and Warlpiri people They call the Devils Marbles 'Karlu Karlu', which literally translates as ‘round boulders'. The only accommodation in the conservation reserve is a simple camping area with fireplaces - campers should be well equipped and carry their own fuel and water. Alternatively, there's a small hotel nine kilometres down the road 👍 Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @melissafindley! #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNTView on Instagram Glow and behold.... the stunning sandstone walls at Standley Chasm are lit up an hour either side of noon by the reflecting sunlight, creating a breathtaking display of rich colour 🙌 The easy 20 minute walk to the chasm takes you through a lush gully, dotted with ancient ferns and cycads that have survived in the shadow of the arid hills from a long-gone wetter age. Located just 40 minutes from #AliceSprings, it's one of the many stops along the West MacDonnell Ranges - central @australia’s adventure mecca. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @kalebamosphoto! #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNTView on Instagram Ever wanted to learn about traditional aboriginal lifestyle: camping on the beach, hearing about cultural stories and traditional art, trying your hand at spear fishing and crab hunting? Then it's time to head to #ArnhemLand. Based on Yolngu homelands, @Lirrwi Tourism offers a choice of day and week-long itineraries during the Australian winter months - some of these trips even include a visit to this unbelievable location, Lonely Beach 😍 Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @iamsavi! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEndView on Instagram #Litchfield National Park is a land shaped by water 💦 Over the millennia, the relentless flow has created a dramatic landscape of sheer escarpments and deep gorges, not to mention some of the most inviting swimming spots in the Top End - including stunning Florence Falls. Take a couple of days to explore the 1,500 square kilometre park, studded with hiking trails, gushing cascades and croc-free waterholes - there's plenty of explore! There are several major freshwater swimming holes fed by beautiful waterfalls, most of which are open for swimming and almost all accessible by conventional 2WD vehicles. Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @carmenhuter! #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEndView on Instagram Redbank Gorge is one of those unexpected outback places that we promise you'll go home raving about! Less than two hours' drive west of #AliceSprings, the gorge sits at the base of Mount Sonder, the fourth highest mountain in the NT. Take the two kilometre return walk from the car park along the creek bed to the gorge where you'll find a permanent waterhole - a refuge for many animal and plant species. Over the summer months many travellers like to take a li-lo or tyre tube and float through the narrow chasm - you'll feel like you've entered a secret place hidden from the rest of the world! Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, @koojo. #SeeAustralia #RedCentreNTView on Instagram "It might not be flowing, but the landscape around the falls is pretty speccy!" We couldn't agree more, @jasandjoes_longroadhome! At 200 metres high, the colossal Jim Jim Falls is #Kakadu National Park's biggest waterfall. As the region moves into the wet season, Jim Jim will soon close as the tropical summer heavy rains fall across Kakadu submerging vast tracts of land and fueling these massive falls. It's still currently possible to walk through the monsoon forest and over boulders to the base of the falls, however you'll need a 4WD vehicle to get there! Cheers for tagging #NTaustralia, Jas and Joe. #SeeAustralia #TourismTopEnd #SeeKakaduView on Instagram Keep in touchSign up to receive the latest news, deals and travel information about the Northern Territory. Data privacy statement Enter your full name:Enter your email address:SubmitThank youYour details have been submitted. Please check your email and click the link to confirm your subscription.