Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Palya, we would like to respectfully acknowledge the Anangu people who are the traditional owners and custodians of the land. We would also like to pay respect to the elders past and present.
The most recognised icon of Australia alongside the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Uluru was declared a national park in 1950 and has been welcoming local and international visitors for decades.
A cultural site, Uluru is the perfect addition to any event itinerary whether at the start of an event to engage and motivate your guests for the days ahead, or to close an event leaving a lasting impression of a truly memorable experience, Uluru is a business event must.
Both Uluru and Kata Tjuta, 40km west of Uluru, have great cultural significance for the traditional landowners, the Anangu people, who will take event delegates on walking tours of the site, introducing the area’s wildlife, bush foods and Aboriginal Dreamtime stories.
Uluru offers extraordinary experiences for any event, be it pre or post conference or an incentive highlight, there are many unique Uluru event ideas certain to enhance your itinerary.