The Tour started with a trip to see the rock at sunset which was interesting. However afterwards we went to the Barbecue dinner which was a sham. All they did was taking us to an extremely overpriced dinner There was nothing unique about it. U can eat better in any restaurant in Uralo. Big disappointment. Also the star gazing was not very interesting.
Great evening out. Picked up by a very jolly lady and driven out to the viewing area. Sunset drinks were plentiful. Unfortunately a thunderstorm meant we had to have an indoor BBQ and there were no stars in the cloudy sky. The BBQ food was very good - lots of different meats and plenty of salads. Lots to drink too. The group wasn't too large- about 30-40
I would recommend this outing.
Sunset experience, accompanied with wine, was out of this world. Followed by BBQ dinner which was delicious and had Kangaroo, as the local option, along with the more traditional BBQ meats chicken, steak and shrimp. There were side dishes, more wine, beers and juice. The stars were amazing and the Star glazing chat was nice. At the dinner table you get to mingle with Australian and International tourists which makes the whole experience even more rich. The only draw back for me was that I wanted a longer Star glazing chat since it was one of the reasons why I went out in the middle of Australia to experience, beside exploring Uluru.
This is still a must tour for anyone interested in the outdoors, stars, constellations and good food.
Absolutely loved this trip. They picked us up from the hotel and we watched the sunset on the big red rock while sipping champagne and eating small appetizers. Then we took the bus closer to the red rock to a nice outside setup dinner. I loved that it was long table so everybody could meet and talk to each other and the food was how you wanted it cookedwell done, rare, etc.. A little bit of everything that was so delicious. Afterwards, there was a star tour. Unfortunately, it was a full moon so not everything was visible, but they still pointed out a lot of the brighter stars. It was freezing at night, so bring an extra jacket! If I go back I'd do this tour again in hopes of a new moon.