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Uluru (Ayers Rock) Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Combo tour includes sunset and star viewing for a full Outback experience
  • Star expert provides information about the Southern Hemisphere sky
  • Beer, wine, and full barbecue dinner ensures you won't be hungry
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Uluru (Ayers Rock) Outback Barbecue Dinner and Star Tour
From US$ 169.10
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Uluru Sunset & Barbecue Dinner
Barbecue dinner in the Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park including complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks and a stargazing tour
From US$ 169.07
With Japanese-Speaking Guide
Barbecue dinner in the Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park including complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks and a stargazing tour; led by a Japanese-speaking guide
From US$ 205.89
Overview
Plan your evening activities in the Outback ahead of time by booking this Uluru sunset experience and after-dark stars tour. Watch the sunset and light up the red monolith of Uluru while you sip wine or beer. Then sit down for a traditional Australian barbecue dinner. At dinner's conclusion, your guide will take you on a star tour before dropping you off at your Ayers Rock Resort hotel.
What to Expect
Planning your own night out in the Australian desert, complete with a barbecue dinner and a star tour, would be a tough task. This tour takes care of all the details. Begin your night in the Outback with convenient pickup at your Ayers Rock Resort accommodations.

Once out in the Red Centre, sip a glass of beer or wine while the sun sets over the famous monolith of Uluru. Snap photos and take in the scenery and then sit down for a traditional Australian barbecue dinner, including gourmet sausages, meats, salads, and rolls with wine and beer.

Relax with coffee or tea as the sky grows completely dark, free of any light pollution. Listen as your guide and star expert points out planets and constellations, including the Southern Cross.

End your evening with easy hotel drop-off.
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Reviews (103)

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Sounds of Silence Dinner......a must

Amazing experience. Stunning view of both Uluru and the Olgas from a platform sipping sparkling wine and enjoying canapes. A great way to either do this in a small group or couple. Food enjoyable with challenging logistics. Great service with glasses never empty. Star gazing...More

Thank cookie077
Reviewed 19 April 2018
Sounds of Silence Dinner a wonderful experience

Forty of us went on this excursion on an amazingly clear night, for a wonderful experience of our country sounds and sights.

Thank Judy C
Reviewed 29 January 2018
holiday highlight !

we loved this trip, with Uluru on one side and the Olgas on the other, usual format, sparkling wine and canapés, then down to dining area unfortunately it was so cloudy ( NYE ) we saw no starts, still unforgettable

1  Thank giggsAlvechurch
Reviewed 10 November 2017
Enjoyable evening with good food and wine

It was an enjoyable evening with good company, food and wine. It started with a 45 min or so "happy hours" with sparkling wine, wine, beer and small bites. Before it got too dark we walked down a path to the dining area where we...More

Thank Annelie J
Reviewed 28 October 2017
A fun night..........

This was a fun night.. we chose this one over the fine dining option as we were taking our kids in their early 20s (they suggested this one over the Sounds of Silence dinner) We watched the sunset over the rock with drinks & snacks...More

Thank nellySydney
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naotoraiwa
5 June 2018|
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Response from cookie077 | Reviewed this property |
Sounds great. Pre book the Sounds of Silence dinner, but, the pickup time from Hotels to go to the dinner is around 5p.. It is absolutely worth doing but be sure to wear warm clothing. The Field of Lighrs also worth seeing... More
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naotoraiwa
5 June 2018|
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Response from Judy C | Reviewed this property |
We went to Sounds of Silence Dinner, and booked it online before we went to Uluru. Two other nights we joined internationational tourists at The Outback Pioneer for wonderful experiences, where you select your own steak... More
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Leahrick
10 May 2018|
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Response from giggsAlvechurch | Reviewed this property |
We did both Sounds of silence is a different location to field of lights , both well worth doing , we were there new year and very overcast and wet , so no stars to see which was a shame
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