Uluru
Home to two of Australia's most famous rock formations, a huge canyon and a rich ancient indigenous culture, there is nowhere else in the world quite like The Red Centre. Prepare to be blown away by World Heritage-listed natural wonders, iconic wildlife and the red dirt of the Australian Outback.

One of Australia’s most recognisable icons, Uluru is considered to be the spiritual heart of the country. Standing 348 metres high, the monolith is not only awe-inspiring but also has a great cultural significance for the Aboriginal Anangu people. From bushwalking and segways to helicopter rides, scenic flights and skydives, there are so many ways to see this natural wonder.

Whether you want to follow the Aboriginal ancestors’ footsteps on one of six established walks around Uluru, witness the spectacle of colour lighting up the desert at the Field of Light art installation or grab your hiking boots to explore the domes of Kata Tjuta, this region won’t disappoint.