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Guided overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta Rock Tour From $695pp

Set out on an exhilarating journey to witness the fascinating Red Centre on an overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta guided tour. Experience the natural wonders of these two iconic locations thoughtfully combined into one amazing trip, with a night of camping under a twinkling starry sky.

With so many incredible highlights over the course of two days, this is an experience like no other. Enjoy a breathtaking sunset and sunrise over Uluru and watch the fiery colours dance over the colossal rock. Explore Uluru’s Cultural Centre, view ancient Aboriginal Rock Art sites, and learn about the significance of this incredible national park to the cultural, ecological, and sociological history of this region. Visit Mutitjulu Waterhole and the Kantju Gorge with fascinating commentary from your knowledgeable local guide as you discover the treasure of Uluru. Marvel at the immensity of the Walpa Gorge and Valley of the Winds as you traverse Kata Tjuta, discovering why this national park has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site for decades. Enjoy a campfire at night under an incredibly starry sky and choose between a classic bush camping experience in a swag tent, or for a bit more comfort opt for a cozy permanent safari tent. Either way, this adventure through the Red Centre will be one of the greater experiences of your life.

  • Money Icon From $695 Per Person
  • Clock Icon 2 Days / 1 Night

Overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta Rock Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Ayers Rock Airport to Uluru

After meeting your group and guide in Ayers Rock Airport, your first stop of the day will be at the Cultural Centre showcasing Aboriginal art and history, for you to gain insight into the significance of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Next, discover ancient rock art sites and fascinating creation stories while taking a base walk at Uluru itself. Stop by Mutitjulu waterhole and the amazing Kantju Gorge, which is home to the tallest waterfall in Central Australia and an elders’ cave. Cap off the day with a filling dinner and a stunning sunset at Uluru Lookout before camping out under the stars.

Day 2: Uluru to Kata Tjuta

Get up early, enjoy a hearty breakfast, and head to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park for a spectacular sunrise. Take in the breathtaking view of Kata Tjuta’s impressive silhouette. Take an exciting hike through Walpa Gorge and the breathtaking Valley of the Winds and marvel at the massive conglomerate rock formations. After finishing your exploration of Kata Tjuta, return to Yulara Airport around midday, or stay an extra night at the safari camp for more time in the Red Centre.

Inclusions & Extras


  • 1 Night Basic Swag Camping accommodation (Uluru)
  • Includes: 1 x breakfast, 1 x lunches, 1 x dinner
  • Guided bush walks (~5km, subject to fitness level)
  • Onboard drinking water (bring your own bottle)
  • All National Park pass entry fees
  • Accredited outback driver guide & host
  • Comprehensive local tour commentary
  • Air-conditioned bus travel
  • Selected pick-up Ayers Rock Airport / drop-off Ayers Rock only


  • Sleeping bags can be hired from us onboard for $40 AUD, this includes cleaning costs. You are more than welcome to bring your own. Payment is made directly to the tour operator.
  • Any meals not indicated within the itinerary. For those with special dietaries, we recommend you bring snacks as options are limited in the outback.
  • Hotel transfers pre/post tour itinerary to a nominated pickup point.
  • Personal travel insurance is highly recommended
  • Personal expenses

Tour Type & Availability

Tour Inclusions Price

Overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta Rock Tour - Bush Swag Departing Ayers Rock

Guided Tour with Basic Swag Ayers Rock Pick Up


Overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta Rock Tour - Safari Tent Departing Ayers Rock

Guided Tour with Permanent Safari Tent Ayers Rock Pick Up


Overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta Rock Tour - Bush Swag Departing Alice Springs

Guided Tour with Basic Swag Alice Springs Pick Up


Overnight Uluru and Kata Tjuta Rock Tour - Safari Tent Departing Alice Springs

Guided Tour with Permanent Safari Tent Alice Springs Pick Up


What to bring

  • 2L Refillable water bottle
  • Wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses & sunscreen
  • Swimwear, beach towels & toiletries
  • Comfortable sturdy hiking shoes (tread closed-toe shoes)
  • All-weather clothing (extreme conditions inc wind, heat, cold, day/night)
  • 15kg soft bag & small day pack
  • Tropical strength insect repellent
  • Mosquito or fly net (summer months)
  • Flashlight, headlamp or torch, and camera
  • Money for snacks and meals
  • Bring your own sleeping bag & pillow (optional – if staying in a swag)
  • Recharge power bank (limited access to power to charge phone or cameras)

Pick Ups & Departures

Depart from Ayers Rock (Yulara) or from Alice Springs.

Supplier Terms & Conditions

Autopia Terms & Conditions

Cancellation & Refund Policy: Refunds will be processed according to the following time frames.
Cancellations within 1 Day of the start date incur a 100.00% fee.
Between 1 Day and 3 Days incur a 50.00% fee.
Between 3 Days and 28 Days incur a 25.00% fee.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the sleeping arrangements?

Basic Single Swag (sleeps 1) – For guests who wish to sleep under the stars on the ground, in a self-contained canvas-covered bush bed roll with a camp mattress.

Twin Share Safari Tent (sleeps 2) – For guests wishing to sleep in the outback but remain protected from the elements, there will be permanent tented campsites, twin single beds with mattresses, bed linen supplied, and lantern. (Solo travellers booking separately in a Twin Share Safari Tent will be paired with another solo passenger, where possible of the same gender but not guaranteed.)

The permanent tented campsites have access to communal campground showers and toilets. These sites generally have limited solar power or are unpowered. Therefore, guests are asked to bring rechargeable power banks (limited power access to charge phones or cameras).

Can I get a pick-up from Alice Springs on the day of the tour?

Given the tour departs early from Alice Springs (between 6:00-6:30am), guests must arrive the day prior to the tour and stay 1-night. Once your Alice Springs accommodation is booked, please let the supplier know and they can arrange a pickup on the day of the tour. Airport to accommodation transfer pre and post tour is not included.

How fit do I need to be for this tour?

A minimum moderate to advanced level of fitness is required to complete the walks. The length of walks will be between 2km to 6km each day, often over steep rocky sections and in direct sunlight and high humidity. An approximate 12-15km walk is included in this tour. Embarking on walks will be at the guide’s discretion to ensure the safety of guests. Therefore a medium/high level of fitness is required and a doctor’s certificate is required for people over 70 years (30 days prior to travel).

How much luggage can I bring on tour?

Please only bring small soft overnight bags and hand luggage only as there is limited storage onboard the vehicles. Large suitcases and oversized luggage can be left at your hotel whilst you are on tour. This tour is not suitable for anyone who requires the use of a mobility aid, wheelchair, walker, and or stroller.

What type of food do we eat on tour?

Most of the meals are prepared by your tour guides with basic camping-style food options and on occasions, they will be provided by your accommodation providers onsite. Guests are asked to participate in the preparation of meals, clean-up, and vehicle unpacking/loading as it’s a great way to get to know and connect with your fellow travellers.

What kind of vehicle do we travel in for this Uluru Camping Tour?

You will be travelling in an all-terrain 4×4 range eco-tour bus, uniquely designed to handle the harshest of terrains and off-road tracks. The maximum number of passengers on these tours is 15-21 people, with a minimum requirement of 8 people to guarantee the departure.

What is the temperature like in the Northern Territory?

The weather in the Northern Territory can fluctuate and be extreme. It is not unheard of for temperatures to reach over 40+ degrees Celsius in the dry season and in the evening the temperature drops dramatically. Please ensure you have checked the average temperatures for the time of year you are travelling and have packed adequate clothing. In the event of rain or inclement weather, your experience will still go ahead, unless contacted by the provider.

Do I need Travel Insurance?

We endorse the recommendation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade that all travellers take out travel insurance. If you already have Travel Insurance please understand that it is your responsibility to ensure that your Travel Insurance covers you for all of the adventure style travel you have booked with us.

World Nomads travel insurance policies offer coverage for more than 150 activities. Get a quote, make a claim, or buy or extend your policy while on the road.

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