Adventure travel around Uluru
Get yourself revved up for quad-biking over sand dunes, four-wheel driving along bush tracks, and riding a Harley along Uluru's sunset strip.
Sense of adventure in gear? Rev up for quad-biking over sand dunes, four-wheel driving along isolated bush tracks, and Harley riding along Uluru’s sunset strip. Brace yourself for an unforgettable ride.
Fully automatic and fully fun, quad biking is an awesome way to explore the red sand dunes of Australia’s outback. Book a tour at Kings Creek Station and get ready to roll. Cruise along red dirt tracks lined by Mulga scrub and Spinifex, pausing for a moment to take in the backdrop of the stunning George Gill Ranges and the local wildlife and birdlife. Take a short spin around the dunes, book a longer trip to explore caves and ancient rock paintings, or go all out on an overnight adventure, and rest your inner speedster in a swag under the stars.
Four wheel driving
Engage four-wheel drive and explore isolated bush tracks around Uluru and Kata Tjuta, and across the plains right out to Mount Conner. If your own vehicle isn’t built for taking off the beaten track, join a four-wheel driving tour at Ayers Rock Resort to explore the surrounding wilderness. Tours offer access to remote areas, expert commentary, and often a little luxury along with your adventure: bubbly with sunset, anyone?
Glide around the rock
A Segway is a fun way to travel around Uluru, taking in the sights as you go. Uluru Segway Tours offer a number of guided tour options that will take you through the 12km track around Uluru. Choose the Sunrise and Segway tour for a unique Uluru sunrise experience, complete with a light breakfast.
Channel your inner Hopper and roll by the rock on the back of a late model Harley Davidson. Book with Uluru Motorcycles for a coffee-and-croissant fuelled start to the day and see the sun rise with Uluru and Kata Tjuta in the background and to cruise the Ayers Rock sunset strip.
You’ve got your motor running but you’re yearning for more adventure? Try soaring about the sights in a helicopter, trekking the dunes atop a camel, or taking an overnight hike. There are endless ways to explore this Territory.