Uluru & Red Centre
Arid landscapes, red sands and ancient cultures
The Red Centre is home to Australia’s most significant cultural icon, Uluru
Australia’s Red Centre region is the country’s cultural capital. This land is awash with symbolic icons and is a significant area for many Indigenous communities of Australia.
- Uncover the ancient dreamtime stories and cultural lore surrounding the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock)
- View the incredible sight of Uluru and its surrounding landscape from the air.
- Stay in one of Australia’s best luxury lodges, with beautiful views overlooking Uluru.
With thousands of years of culture, lore and dreamtime stories to discover, the Red Centre region is perfect for travellers seeking discovery and learning. Join a private tour to uncover the real Red Centre, away from the hustle and bustle of other tour groups, and meet the locals who carry on their ancient culture through the generations.
For lovers of history and adventure, Uluru and the Red Centre is the ideal destination for you to visit. For travellers also seeking a luxurious Outback experience, the Red Centre is home to one of Australia’s best luxury resorts – a beautiful oasis set in amongst the arid desert.
Summer in the Red Centre (December to February) is very hot, with temperatures reaching between 22 – 35° C (72 – 95° F), however the temperature can occasionally reach over 40° C (104° F).
In the winter (June to August), temperatures are significantly milder and sit between 18 – 21 ° C (64.4 – 69.8° F). This is the ideal time to visit the region, as the temperatures are milder and perfect for exploring.