See the iconic Uluru in a unique and slightly futuristic way - aboard a segway! Make your own way to Uluru, and then zoom around the base of the rock and get up close to this natural phenomenon, learning about the huge significance it holds in Aboriginal Dreamtime stories.
See the famous Uluru like never before, aboard a segway! Easy to ride and heaps of fun, segways are a great option for travellers that are conscious of their environmental impact on the areas they are visiting. Zip around the base of this amazing rock formation with your friendly guide and marvel at its size, its beauty and the Aboriginal art found drawn on its caves and fissures.
All tour participants must: Be aware that segway riding is an adventure activity, not a mobility activity; have the balance, vision and fitness necessary to ride a bike; be able to stand unaided for up to three hours, be free from serious illness and injuries that may increase your risk in the event of a fall; be aware that it is strongly advised that those who are pregnant, have a history of back injuries or suffer serious illness are strongly advised not to participate.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
The price quoted is for one person. Please be aware there will be other people in the tour group.
On occasion tours can be affected by weather. As the tour happens in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the tour providers must adhere to the safety requirements of the park. When the BOM forecasts 20% chance of rain in the next three hours, the tour is required to cease until the forecast improves. If for any reason your tour is cancelled due to weather, you will be rescheduled or a full refund can be arranged.
Wear comfortable clothing and closed-in shoes like runners. Thongs or sandals will not be permitted. Make sure to bring sunscreen and sunglasses or a jacket and gloves in the cool months.
Bring at least a 1L water bottle, snacks and sunscreen.
This tour takes place in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Petermann NT 0872.