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Uluru Field of Light Sunrise Tour
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Uluru Field of Light Sunrise Tour

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Acclaimed artist Bruce Munro was so inspired by Ayers Rock (Uluru) that he created the Field of Light, an illuminated installation that channels the spiritual energy Munro felt during a visit the Australia’s Red Desert. Observe the radiant display and watch a magical sunrise at Ayers Rock (Uluru) on this tour, which includes hotel pickup and drop-off. As you watch the sun rise majestically over the iconic Australian landmark, you’ll enjoy tea and coffee in the observation area and listen to commentary from your guide.
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Bernborough wrote a review Nov. 2020
Mackay, Australia133 contributions21 helpful votes
The guide Dylan was so very informative about the area and we spotted at various places along the track into the waterhole. To see this area in heavy rain would be amazing.
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Date of experience: November 2020
Jalaky wrote a review Sep. 2020
Sunshine Coast, Australia458 contributions71 helpful votes
This is one of the best walks if you don't want to do the whole base walk. On your way in to the waterhole you get to see caves with rock art and history and then you can sit peacefully and listen to the birds at the waterhole. We visited this site on our base walk and returned days later when the sky darkened and we hoped there might be rain....to see the waterfalls would be absolutely incredible. Unfortunately, we only got a couple of drops as Uluru seemed to repel all the clouds in the sky that day.
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Date of experience: September 2020
NitroFastHarry wrote a review Apr. 2020
262 contributions70 helpful votes
A short walk from the carpark along a dirt path that is generally flat you come to the suspended podium of a 20m wide 10m across, water hole that is not that deep. Some frogs, some grey/black sand due to the grit washed off the rock. Near by is the Mutitjulu Cave 'family cave' with Indigenous rock art. There is some local history and display boards. Plenty of trees, lots of flies, a good view of another side of the rock. Includes a large carpark and nearby where the segway tours has its practice course and start/finish location. No toilets or other amenities - bring water and a hat. Spend about 15 minutes or so.
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Date of experience: June 2019
KarenM1_10 wrote a review Apr. 2020
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan699 contributions246 helpful votes
The Mutitjula waterhole is one of the things to view either by walking around the base of Ayers Rock or you can book a tour, which I recommend. The walk from the parking area to the waterhole is an easy one. Our tour guide provided us with the story of the Aboriginal Dreamtime while we viewed the Aboriginal Rock Art in the cave.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Stephen S wrote a review Jan. 2020
High Wycombe, United Kingdom206 contributions145 helpful votes
We saw this whilst going round on the sunrise segway tour and it's very impressive along with the stories that explain its history.
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Date of experience: January 2020