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Bruce Munro's acclaimed Field of Lights installation is one attraction on this early morning tour of Uluru. Marvel at the sight of 50,000 lights splashed across the desert floor, before experiencing the beauty of Uluru at sunrise. Enjoy a hot drink on arrival and air-conditioned coach transfers.
Prepare to be wowed on this early morning tour of Uluru. Depart in darkness in an air-conditioned coach for the short drive to a vantage point above Field of Light. Bruce Munro's award-winning light installation is breathtaking in scope and scale: 50,000 handcrafted spindles of light spanning more than seven football fields carpet the desert floor like wildflowers. In colours of ochre, deep violet, blue and soft white, it's inspired a hashtag following and millions of visitors to the rock. Walk the path of lights or find a quiet spot beneath the stars to drink it all in. On your return to the sand dune top, enjoy a hot drink as you wait for the sun to splash gold light across the desert and sky, lighting up Uluru. Don't forget to look out for Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) behind you.
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This experience will go ahead in rain and inclement weather unless notified by the experience provider.
Enclosed walking shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen and hat are recommended. Wear warm layers in cooler months and bring flynet in warmer weather.
Please note that on this tour price the entry fee of $25.00 for Uluru - Kata Tjuta National park is not included and must be purchased prior to boarding to the coach.
This experience takes place in Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, NT.