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Major Events and Festivals
Field of Light
The Field of Light is a special event that can be experienced by visitors with cheap flights Alice Springs to Ayers Rock between now and December 2020. The Field of Light is a remarkable display of colourful lights that can be seen as the sun goes down on Uluru. The Field of Light covers a large area that’s about the size of seven football fields and consists of 50,000 lights. The Field of Light is a popular attraction with limited tickets, so it’s recommended to book your place early when you have tickets to Uluru from Alice Springs.
Uluru Camel Cup
For one weekend each year, the Uluru region is taken over by an organised camel event. To experience this classic Outback festival, plan your cheap flights to Ayers Rock from Alice Springs for the end of May. The camel races are the main event of the Camel Cup, with several races taking place on the Saturday. Other entertainment is available to visitors with flights Alice Springs to Ayers Rock, including live music, children's activities, and Outback-style markets. The Uluru Camel Cup is a truly unique experience to have when you book Alice Springs to Ayers Rock flights.
Plan your cheap flights to Ayers Rock from Alice Springs in late August for this classic Outback event. Over the course of a week, visitors with flights into Ayers Rock Airport (AYQ) can spend a week appreciating the landscapes and wild Brumbies of the Outback. During the event, there are various talks about wild horses and opportunities to see Brumbies in their natural environment. People interested in learning how to train a Brumby are able to book flights Alice Springs to Ayers Rock to participate in workshops and clinics.
Cafes and Restaurants
Tali Wiru offers a high-end dining experience that is a great way to celebrate a special occasion after your Alice Springs to Ayers Rock flights. The open-air restaurant is located in a quiet desert spot overlooking both Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Guests are treated to a four-course dinner that showcases traditional Australian food seasoned with native herbs and spices. Each dish is also accompanied by a glass of Australian wine that compliments the flavours of the meal.
The Bough House serves hearty Australian food in a buffet style setting. Plan to visit this restaurant for breakfast or dinner when you have cheap flights Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. At dinnertime, the buffet is accompanied by a la carte entrees and a special roast of the day. Alongside the traditional meat and fish dishes, the Bough House also does a good job of providing quality vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Geckos Cafe is one of the 15 dining options available at the Ayers Rock Resort. You can visit Geckos Cafe for lunch or dinner after you arrive on flights Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. The cafe incorporates native herbs and spices into their food, putting an Outback twist on dishes such as pizza, pasta, and burgers. The cafe has a large outdoor terrace, offering a scenic desert dining experience.
Outback Pioneer Barbecue and Bar
Pay a visit to the Pioneer Barbecue for dinner one night to enjoy a traditional Aussie-style barbecue. Visitors with cheap flights to Ayers Rock from Alice Springs can participate in barbecuing Outback specialties, such as emu sausages and kangaroo. Visitors can also enjoy live music in the restaurant’s bar.
Don’t climb Uluru
Uluru is an important cultural symbol to the Anangu Aboriginal people. For thousands of years before European settlers arrived to Australia, the Anangu people made their home around Ayers Rock. The monolith was, and still is, used as an important place for cultural ceremonies. While climbing Ayers Rock is technically still allowed, the Aboriginal landowners request that visitors don’t climb it after their Alice Springs to Ayers Rock flights. Climbing the Uluru is viewed as disrespectful and can also be extremely dangerous. If you book Alice Springs to Ayers Rock return flights after 26 October 2019, climbing Uluru will no longer be an option as it will be closed for both safety and cultural reasons.
Don’t take any sand or rocks from Uluru
Visitors with Alice Springs to Ayers Rock flights are encouraged to follow a ‘take only photographs, leave only footprints,’ philosophy. In other words, resist any temptation you have to pocket some of the red sand or rocks as a souvenir. ’ According to local belief, taking sand or rocks from Uluru places a curse on the person who did so. Embrace responsible travel when you’re in the Red Centre on flights Alice Springs and Ayers Rock and respect local wishes.