The four-hour Uluru base walk is a must-do for many visitors to the Red Centre. The journey around the perimeter of Uluru travels through lightly forested areas and red sand stretches, along boardwalks and among grasses and spinifex.

The walk passes by several sacred Aboriginal sites, with an opportunity to discover more of the monolith’s cultural significance and place in Australia’s history.

1 Uluru Base Walk
2 Uluru Base Walk

Longitude 131°’s guide will share the Anangu Tjukurpa or creation stories which play out right around Uluru in unfolding chapters. Uluru’s fascinating geological history is explained as part of the journey. The hike may be taken on a guided basis or as a self-guided adventure with private vehicle drop off and pickup. The Uluru Base Walk is included for stays of three nights or more.