Uluru Sunrise Viewing Area
Last Update: May 2022
|Address||Mutitjulu NT 0872, Australia|
|Rating||4.1 38 reviews|
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Uluru Sunrise Viewing Area Reviews 38
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Wow just wow, this just speaks for it self. Highly recommend to see.
You get to see the side of uluru that we really don't see in the usual photos of uluru.
We arrived just after 6: 30 while still dark. Parked at the end of the carpark and followed the orange/yellow light track to the ground level viewing area Infront of the shelter. There was only one other couple there for most of the sunrise. Most people seem to crowed the higher viewing platform.
Awesome spot for sunset. BIG TIP. Head right to the end of the carpark and there is a bunch of sitting logs on the ground with no trees to block the view
It is a must to wake up early and see the sunrise over Uluru and this lookout is honestly just perfect for it. The colours that array off the rock is beautiful.
The cost to get into the national park is $35 per person for 3 days so make this part of one of the days, get there at least 15-30 mins before sunrise for a good park and to see the extent of colours.
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Sunrise viewing is not the best to observe the sunrise, as it is situated on the south of Uluru (winter only probably). It is also crawded with people and you need to walk to the platform. However if you wait 1hr after sunrise all people are gone and the view is great. Nice short walks around the viewing platform. Great to visit but not for sunrise in winter
As some explained walk along lower path not upwards, to 2nd or last sheler no trees block view, only go if sunny rather point less if cloudy
Get up early to watch the colours of Uluru from this great vantage spot, the buses have their own area so not too crowded when the magic happens
Was great to see an Uluru sunrise. The only thing about this spot is the few trees that impede on what I hoped was an uninterrupted view/photo opportunity of the rock
One of the best places to watch the sunlight paint over the amazing red rock. Be sure to arrive at least half hour before Sunrise to secure a good spot. There are a few sheltered viewing huts and an open elevated platform. The views would vary with the growth of vegetation in the line of sight.
We were fortunate to witness a double rainbow over the rock on what could easily have been a wet and dull Sunrise.
The different colours of the lights guiding the walk in the dark was a very nice touch.it clearly indicates which part of the area you're at before sunrise.
This is another fantastic location within the park to view Uluru. Get here in plenty of time before the sun rises to get a prime spot. The platforms are great but head down the path to the furthest hut for the most unobstructed view and less people. Fly nets are still great in the morning.:)
Not to be missed experience, you are at the mercy of mother nature but this monolith is a wonder to see in all its variations.
Make sure you set a camera on time-lapse mode so that you can view it again.
It's really great to see how sunlight changes the shade of Ayers Rock.
If you can handle too many flies, it's gonna be awesome, i mean definitely you should buy the net for protecting your face from flies if you wanna enjoy this travel.
No words to describe it. You MUST see it for yourself. Amazing! Recommended
Great place a well laid out. Catered for wheelchairs really well. The toilets had no flies at all and were clean and tidy. Not many people go out for the Sunrise but there is lots of parking and you get the opposite side of Uluru.
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Uluru, is not like that. The sunrise at Uluru will see you viewing a squat and stark monolithic representation of true Australia. Backdropped by deep blues fading down to light blue then orange, the ever changing colours given to you by Uluru ensure that every minute of viewing is different to the next and your angle of viewing can change whether you can sign that special selfie with just Uluru in the background or, with clever composition, include Kata-Tjuta as well.
Definitely worth the early rise.
We left early to get here about 20mins before sunrise. A small walk to get to the top. Either direction in takes you there.
There are a few little stops on the way if it gets crowded. Our visit was a little over cast but still good to view the rock. Images don't translate the beauty of Uluru very well.
We walked the the base of Uluru after.
This place is amazing! Short walk from the car park to the viewing platform. As soon as the sun rises so do the pesky flies.magical!
Just loved the experience of sunrise here. To view the Rock turn red when the sun's Raya falls on it, make sure you're there as early as possible cos this place can get crowded soon.