Created by Carmen on January 19, 2006
Best of IgoUgo
Yes, it's a big red rock. But it's a magnificent, awe-inspiring, colorful, and VERY big red rock.
Created by Linda Kaye on July 10, 2001
Best of IgoUgo
Dinner and stargazing in the desert at sunset, riding camels at sunrise, walking on the ancient Aboriginal lands of Uluru and Kata Tjuta made Ayers Rock a very memorable part of our Australian Adventure.
Created by andy_d on June 14, 2006
My experiences and impressions of Ayers Rock/Uluru.
Created by Koentje3000 on February 13, 2006
We did a 3-day camping trip to the Ayers Rock region. The rock is maybe the most famous landmark in the country, but it is definitely not the red centre's only sight.
Created by Tallulah_B on September 18, 2005
I spent two days in the Ayers Rock area, partaking in several tours and experiencing the Red Centre of Australia at sunrise and sunset.
Created by lipsmack_the_shrew on July 7, 2005
An tale of equal parts bravery, panic, and stupidity
Created by aussieinva on February 16, 2005
Uluru is the world's largest monolith and almost in the dead centre of the Australian continent.
Created by pattililly on September 25, 2004
Created by Phil Pelc on July 26, 2004
My wife and I visited Ayers Rock this past June for our 20th wedding anniversary.
We went on "Ride a Camel to Sunset" tour, Uluru Express to walk around Ayers Rock, "Sounds of Silence Dinner," and the "Olgas Tour".
We were not disappointed with any of it!
Created by rxshine on July 18, 2003
Take bus from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. There was a stop for a camel ride and close up views of animals. The trip included a tour of the Olga’s and evening barbecue, the sunrise and base tour of the rock, and an all-day tour of Kings Canyon.