See the iconic Uluru in a unique and slightly futuristic way - aboard a segway! Zoom around the base of the rock and get up close to this natural phenomenon. Includes a visit to Mutitjulu Waterhole, as well as return transfers from Ayers Rock Resort Accommodation.
Discover the ancient and sacred Uluru in the heart of Australia’s outback in a whole new light – by Segway! A Segway is the perfect method of transport for the eco-conscious adventurer who wants to reduce their impact on the environment – and have a blast doing so!
Prepare to zip around the base of Uluru marvelling in its glory, spotting Aboriginal art on its caves and fissures. Afterwards you’ll take a Segway tour of the incredible Mutitjulu Waterhole, a quiet and serene permanent water source in the area. Both of these stunning natural landscapes are a sight to behold and play a huge part in Australia’s Indigenous Dreamtime stories and spirituality – this Uluru tour provides the experience to breath in their sacred beauty.
This experience requires minimum numbers to go ahead. Participants will be contacted by the experience provider direct to reschedule if minimum numbers have not been reached.
This tour of Uluru by Segway should last approximately 4 hours. You are required to sign a waiver form before you start your tour of Uluru. Audio devices are available in the following languages: French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish.
This experience includes transfers to and from the Ayers Rock Resort and Campground. Please organise your transfer with your experience provider. Your transfer will take you the Kuniya Carpark located at Petermann, NT 0872, which is where your experience will begin. You can alternatively plan to make your own way there.
Please note that riding a Segway is not a mobility activity. Take a look at the restrictions and fitness levels required before you book. If you fail to meet these requirements, the experience provider reserves the right to restrict you from starting or completing the tour.
The price of this ticket does not include National Park fees, which you will need to pay in order to partake in this Uluru tour.
Uluru tours can be affected by the weather. The experience provider must adhere to the safety rules of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The tour must cease when the BOM forecasts a 20% chance of rain within the next 3 hours and can only recommence once the weather forecast improves. If your Uluru Segway experience is cancelled due to the weather, you’ll be offered a rescheduled date and time, or a credit refund.