The Australian outback is an absolutely unique natural wonder that you need to explore, and the best way to see it all is with a scenic helicopter flight. The only way to fully take in the magnificence of Uluru and Kata Tjuta is by soaring over it, so don’t miss out on the grand view of a lifetime.
Uluru is among the most iconic landmarks that symbolises Australia both locally and worldwide, and it’s infinitely more stunning to see in real life. Sacred to Aboriginal culture, the rock is a hulking landmark that stands out among the desert land of Australia’s Northern Territory. It’s difficult to really appreciate its impressive size and scale from the ground, but from your scenic helicopter flight you can see the entirety of Uluru in all its glory.
Your helicopter ride will also showcase Kata Tjuta, which means ‘many heads’. It’s a sacred place relating to knowledge that is considered very powerful. Kata Tjuta is made up of a group of 36 conglomerate rock domes the highest of which stands 198 meters taller than Uluru and dates back 500 million years. With the vast spread of domes and restrictions due to sacred sites, access from ground based touring is restricted to over 75% of Kata Tjuta.
Ensure that you don’t miss out on seeing the entire formation by taking a helicopter ride, combined with viewing Uluru we are sure you will be left with memories and photographs that you can savour forever.
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Please note this experience requires a minimum of two passengers in order to run
Where is Uluru located?
The world-famous Australian monolith known as Uluru (or previously ‘Ayers Rock’) is located in the southwest corner of the Northern Territory. It is literally close to the centre of central Australia, and sits within Uluru National Park. The park was set up to protect the sacred landmark, and although there is no accommodation within the park for tourists, there is an Aboriginal settlement. Uluru is best accessed from the town of Alice Springs
What is included in a helicopter tour over Uluru?
Enjoy panoramic views of Uluru, Kata Tjuta and the surrounding scenery of Australia’s outback. You will have access to seeing more of these natural wonders than possible from the ground
How far is Uluru from Alice Springs?
Alice Springs is a popular base location for people exploring the Australian outback and visiting Uluru. There are buses than run to Uluru from Alice Springs regularly, or you can drive yourself. It is about a five hour drive each way. You can also fly to Uluru from the Alice Springs airport to the Ayers Rock Connellan Airport
Are helicopter tours safe?
At Adrenaline we work with certified and practiced experience providers, and their professional helicopter services are carried out with all the necessary safety precautions to make your helicopter ride fun, relaxing, and safe