Uluru Morning Guided Base Walk image
Enjoy a magical morning walking around the base of Uluru, watching the first sunlight of the day creep across the desert plains, slowly changing the color of your surroundings. This walk is 6.5-miles (11-kilometers) in length.
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Stop At: Uluru Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872 Australia

Travel to Kuniya Piti at the base of Uluru, a sacred site for the Anangu, to begin your 10½ kms sunrise walk. Learn the sacred Tjukurpa (creation) story of the Mala people. Visit the tallest waterfall in Central Australia at Kantju Gorge and hear the Tjukurpa story of the cheeky Blue-tongue Lizard. View ancient rock art and hear the story of Kuniya and Liru at the Mutitjulu Waterhole. Then, return to Kuniya Piti and receive a souvenir certificate celebrating completion of the Uluru Base Walk!

Duration: 4 hours

benniemadeleinef 2022-06-29

Mimi was a beautiful, sensitive & knowledgeable driver & guide. Totally recommend. The lovely Sheridan was newer to this fantastic career change from truck guiding to tour guiding and also did brilliantly with telling us about the First Nations peoples’ stories & culture. A great way to explore & experience Uluru

Y6309UGwendyl 2022-06-21

We had indigenous guides who were wonderful we leant so much then had a painting lesson which was fun then spent time in the Cultural Centre. Mimi who was our AAT tour leader was excellent. Very knowledgeable and nothing was too much trouble. Would recommend without hesitation.

DaisySpud 2022-06-20

I have previously done this walk with another company and thoroughly enjoyed it. This time I thought I would give AAT kings a go, but never again. This was one of the worst tours I've ever been on and definitely not worth the money. The tour guide was new - she was very nice but didn't have much knowledge. They also had another guide with her and it was his first time and he was very aggorant and rude. They weren't clear about when we could and couldn't take photos (which is clearly marked by signs) and then the male guide would tell the lady guide off about it infront of the whole group, and constantly undermine her. It was rude and unprofessional. I'm glad I did this with another company previous as I had a great experience with them. This company hardly gave us any information apart from the 3 stories. I could've and wished I just walked around the rock and read the signs myself. I would not recommend this tour to anyone.

CatTrent8 2022-06-12

Perfect way to experience Uluru and appreciate the unique surroundings and culture. The walk is a great way to observe the different facets of Uluru. Along the way you can hear some interesting, well told stories of the local culture which adds to the overall experience. Our guide for the day, Tyneal was knowledgeable and interesting as was our driver Mimi. We had the pleasure of having Mimi on our tour the day before on the Kata Tjuta valley of the winds tour and her knowledge and people skills are exceptional. Would recommend both tours to those that like to walk and take in the landscape.

Damian_J 2022-06-03

Beatrice's wealth of knowledge really added to our walk. She's a great story teller and tour guide!!

Graeme_S 2022-06-02

I became one of the 1% of Australians that have seen the waterfalls in full flow sat Uluṟu Truly blessed

15juliex 2022-05-28

We were picked up on time from out the front of campground and driven by coach to Uluru to commence the base walk. Uluru is a stunning sight in the early morning light.. Toilet stop before walk started, which was great. I think our guides name was Colin, and he has very informative regarding history and matters of interest about the rock and the indigenous culture. Walked 6ks and had breakfast/toilet stop, was very welcome. After break we continued our base walk which so much fun. I really wish that the guide could have walked just a little slower as not all of us could keep up, other than that we had a wonderful tour, would do it again in a heartbeat!

BrisbaneGretski 2022-05-09

We went on a cool morning, and were glad of our down vests, but much easier walking in the cold than in the heat. It was not too fast and not too slow for me, although a couple of stragglers at the back held everyone up. Enough stops to rest every 40 - 50 minutes, but no shade, and no cover when it rained. Good breakfast bag that we raided before the walk and at the 2/3 stop along the way. The guide had only been doing this tour a few months so would have preferred an indigenous ranger, but she did well enough. Lots of interesting places where photography is not allowed, but lots of other photo ops available. If I was doing this again, I'd just hire a car for a few days and do this on our own - it's easy to find the track, and you have more flexibility and options. This was supposed to be a sunrise walk, but sunrise had occurred well before we even got to the rock.

shirvom 2022-05-08

An awesome walking tour filled with information by the awesome guides Damien and Dax. Great for most fitness levels. Not rushed and a great way to experience this place of wonder.

Sylvia_M 2022-05-08

Great and knowledgeable guides Well organized and the information given throughout walk was very interesting and thought provoking


  • Light breakfast including cereal, fruit and muffin
  • Experienced Local Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Super comfortable luxury coach including: free wifi, in-seat USB, air conditioning
  • Tea, coffee or hot chocolate & biscuits


Terms & Conditions

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • A good level of fitness is required for this tour.
  • We'll supply drinking water, all you need to do is bring your water bottles
  • Minimum 1.5 litres of water required to participate in the walk
  • Comfortable walking shoes are a must! Open shoes not recommended
  • Tour commences 1 hour prior to sunrise, as such tour start start time with vary depending on time of year
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • National Park Pass is free of charge to December 31 2020 and $25 per person thereafter
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 24 travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Please bring your own washable face mask and gloves. Should an unexpected situation arise, additional face masks, rubber gloves, antiviral sprays/wipes are available for guest distribution. Group sizes will be continuously reviewed to align with government recommended protocols.