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What We Love About Uluru & Alice Springs

In the heart of the Australian continent and the Red Centre lies Alice Springs, a stunning outback filled with red sands, desert landscapes, gaping gorges, and vintage buildings. Embark on a Kings Canyon & Outback Panoramas Tour for spectacular views. Brave the rocky climb at Canyon Rim or take the easier path by strolling along King's Creek Walk leading to the canyon floor. But a trip to Alice Springs won't be complete without visiting Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. Estimated to be about 600 million years old, the massive sandstone formation has become one of Australia's most iconic landmarks and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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10 Things To Do In Uluru And Alice Springs To Discover Australia's Red Centre

Australia's outback is known around the globe for its striking desert and Aboriginal lore. Here you can admire canyons and gorges from a hot air balloon, gape at photo-famous Ayers Rock and venture into the wild landscapes of national parks!

The Klook Team· 9 Dec 2019

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About Uluru & Alice Springs

In the heart of the Australian continent and the Red Centre lies Alice Springs, a stunning outback filled with red sands, desert landscapes, gaping gorges, and vintage buildings. Embark on a Kings Canyon & Outback Panoramas Tour for spectacular views.


Brave the rocky climb at Canyon Rim or take the easier path by strolling along King's Creek Walk leading to the canyon floor. But a trip to Alice Springs won't be complete without visiting Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. Estimated to be about 600 million years old, the massive sandstone formation has become one of Australia's most iconic landmarks and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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  • Time Zone
    GMT +09:30

  • Currency
    Australian Dollar

    1USD = 1.27AUD

  • Best time to visit
    • AUG - SEP

      Alice Desert Festival

Why people love Uluru & Alice Springs

Yuwen
Published 322 days ago
It's really very beautiful! Although Uluru can no longer climb the rock after 2019/10, it is worth seeing this exhibition. The road along the road is dark. It is recommended to bring a small flashlight or use a mobile phone for lighting. Remember to bring thin long sleeves when the temperature difference between morning and evening is large.

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