Wintjiri Wiru, which in the local Pitjantjatjara language means 'beautiful view out to the horizon', is a breathtaking light and sound show that brings to life the ancient Mala story of the Anangu people.
With the use of ground-breaking technology, choreographed drones, lasers and projections light up the night sky.
Take in the stunning sunset while enjoying a gourmet hamper celebrating native ingredients on the Sunset Dinner experience or enjoy light refreshments during the After Dark Show.
As custodians of the land, Anangu hold the Mala story from Kaltukatjara to Uluru. To share their story from Kaltukatjara to Uluru, RAMUS designed and produced an artistic platform using drones, light and sound to create an immersive storytelling experience.
Take your seat in an open-air desert theatre set upon a dune top. You'll be greeted with delicious cocktails, infused with native ingredients while taking in the incredible views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Embark on a culinary adventure with a gourmet dinner hamper where native ingredients are combined with modern culinary techniques to create a masterpiece for the palette.
Then, as darkness falls, witness the Mala story brought to life like never before with ground-breaking technology.
Choreographed drones, lasers and projections will light up the desert in a modern, artistic expression of an ancient, Anangu story.
Take your seat in an open-air desert theatre, then, as darkness falls, witness the Mala story brought to life like never before with ground-breaking technology.
Choreographed drones, lasers and projections will light up the desert sky in a modern, artistic expression of an ancient Anangu story.
Set upon a desert dune in the spiritual heart of Australia, with spectacular views out to Uluru and Kata Tjuta, you'll enjoy Australian wines and delicious cheese and dessert selections, while you marvel at the beauty of Uluru's silhouette in twilight as darkness falls.
Take a seat in a sustainably built theatre and watch a chapter of the ancestral Mala story light up the Australian desert skies with choreographed drones, lasers and projections.
Feel a powerful connection to Country as you listen to traditional inma and narration in the local Pitjantjatjara language, while you immerse yourself in a living story from the world's oldest continuous living culture.