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Uluru (Ayers Rock) Helicopter Flight with Optional Kata Tjuta Upgrade

Highlights
  • See views of Uluru, or Ayers Rock, unattainable by foot
  • Hear informative commentary clearly from provided headsets
  • Upgrade for a flight over the domed rock formations of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas)
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Uluru (Ayers Rock) Helicopter Flight with Optional Kata Tjuta Upgrade
From US$109.96
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25-Minute Uluru and Kata TjutaMost Popular
25-minute helicopter flight over Uluru and Kata Tjuta
From US$179.59
15-Minute Uluru Flight
15-minute helicopter flight over Uluru only
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Overview
Fly above beautiful Uluru (Ayers Rock) on this helicopter tour from Ayers Rock Resort. Spot the massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s "Red Centre" and the Olgas rock domes in the distance. Your pilot picks you up from your hotel and provides onboard commentary while you fly. Upgrade for a flight that takes you directly over the Olgas.
What to Expect
Your Uluru helicopter flight begins with pickup from your hotel within Ayers Rock Resort.

Once you board the helicopter, set off skyward and fly over famous Uluru, or Ayers Rock. Don the headsets provided to hear the pilot clearly and listen to onboard commentary. Glide over the sandstone monolith, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Take advantage of the helicopter’s specially designed windows by taking photos of the Northern Territory from the sky.

If you choose the Kata Tjuta upgrade, fly further across the Northern Territory desert over the UNESCO-listed Kata Tjuta National Park to the Olgas. See the 36 dome-like rock formations making up Mt. Olga. With this upgrade, your helicopter ride is about a half-hour.

Relax on the journey back to the resort and land back on ground, where you can decide what to do next during your stay in the Northern Territory.
Reviews (25)
1 - 5 of 16 reviews
Reviewed 5 October 2018
70th Birthday

Great way to start my 70th birthay. Never been in a helicopter before and it was fantastic.Everthing from pick-up at Sails in the Desert, the pre flight instructions, pilots, flight to Uluru then Katajuta and back to hotel well organised. Would recommend the 30 minute...More

Thank GrandTour799775
Reviewed 1 October 2018
Seeing uluru from the air.

What a great morning for a helicopter ride over Uluru and Kata Tjunta. The sunrise was magnificent and the weather was good or flying. Our Pilots Matt and Chris did a great job with a commentary and flying. We had some great views and and...More

Thank george J
Reviewed 16 September 2018
What a Way to travel to the Airport

Our 4 night stay at Latitude 131 included a flight from the hotel to the airport, what a magnificent way to see Uluru and its surrounds. It is one thing to be at ground level and another to view from the air. Our pilot Alida...More

Thank John N
Reviewed 6 September 2018
Great thing to do wwhile you are out at Uluru

Very efficient, safety conscious. Great team working there. Flight was great. My husband got the front seat which was great. even in the back you get a great view. We took the 15 minute flight, but it seems to go for longer. Great way to...More

Thank blondoz34
Reviewed 7 August 2018
Fantastic experience!!

My partner Mark Zappelli and I took the Uluru and Kata Tjuta flight on the 30 July 2018 and wow what a fantastic experience. Absolutely topped off the walk around Uluru that we did in the morning. We thought the cost of the flights for...More

Thank ZappaPerth_australia
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carol l
5 September 2018|
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Response from ZappaPerth_australia | Reviewed this property |
The company have set flight times. We went afternoon. Fantastic.
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ontravel1
11 July 2018|
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Response from jackn2011 | Reviewed this property |
I don believe so, we were certainly not told if there was. When we were picked up, the pilot assessed us and then seated us a certain way so that the weight was evenly distributed. Hope this helps
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