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Ayers Rock (Uluru) Sunrise and Segway

Highlights
  • See Ayers Rock (Uluru) at its most magical during sunrise
  • Cover more ground in less time on a speedy Segway
  • Admire the monolith from multiple perspectives even with limited time 
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Ayers Rock (Uluru) Sunrise and Segway
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5:20am Sunrise and Segway
Enjoy a magical sunrise at Uluru with a light breakfast, tea and coffee.
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Enjoy a magical sunrise at Uluru with a light breakfast, tea and coffee..
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Enjoy a magical sunrise at Uluru with a light breakfast, tea and coffee.
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Overview
Ayers Rock (Uluru) is so big, it’s difficult to see the monolith from different perspectives without a few days to spare. Cover more ground in less time on a Segway tour of Ayers Rock (Uluru), a smooth and speedy way to explore the area. Visiting at sunrise means you’ll see the vivid-red rock at its most magical and beat the midday crowds, and hotel pickup makes for a hassle-free day.
What to Expect
Your day trip begins with hotel pickup from your campsite or resort in the vicinity of Ayers Rock (Uluru). After being transferred to the Segway area, you’ll receive a comprehensive safety briefing and embark on a practice ride to ensure you feel confident.

First, watch the sunrise from the base of Uluru while enjoying a light breakfast accompanied by tea and coffee. Then, you’ll set off on a journey around the entire base of the rock, stopping at Mutitjulu Waterhole to learn about Aboriginal culture and local flora and fauna.

After a 6-mile (10-km) loop around Uluru, you’ll return to the base and relax during the journey back to your hotel or camping site.
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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Spectacular

Great breakfast and sunrise. Our Guide Nick was great. The Segways are very easy to ride and an amazing way to see Uluru. So much fun and effortless. Plenty of stops for photos and to hear the stories of the traditional owners told by the...More

Thank Tim A
Alex D, Manager at Uluru Segway Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hi Tim, Thanks for your great review, we love the Sunrise tour as well, it is the best way to start the day! A warm cup of coffee and the amazing sight of Uluru glowing in the morning. Nick is a great guide as well,...More

Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile
Best way to see The Rock!

Surely this is the best way to experience one of Australia’s icons! The staff were fun, insightful and passionate about delivering an unforgettable experience. Shout out to Scotty, our guide, for providing us with laughs the whole morning. Their breakfast was great, even offering the...More

1  Thank Stephanie R
Alex D, Manager at Uluru Segway Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 May 2018

Hi Stephanie R, Thanks for the great review, we are so glad you had such a fun time on our Uluru Sunrise and Segway tour. We get lots of compliments about our gluten free muffins, and it's great to hear that it was the best...More

Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile
Highly recommended

The highlight of my Central Australia trip. Right from the outset, this was a well organised tour of the rock. The truck set up is brilliant. I had never been on a Segway prior to this and I’m hooked! To see Uluru by Segway adds...More

Thank mummabev
Alex D, Manager at Uluru Segway Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 19 April 2018

Hi MummaBev, Thanks for joining us on a Segway Tour at Uluru, and for the great review! Lindsey and Sarah are great, we are very lucky to have them both on our team and get plenty of good feedback about them both. Fantastic to hear...More

Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile
The best way to see Uluru

We did the sunrise tour, it was perfect from pick up to drop off! Lovely breakfast watching the sunrise then after a quick lesson off we went, seriously the best way to do a lap of the most spectacular rock, highly recommendMore

Thank Joanne G
Alex D, Manager at Uluru Segway Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 9 April 2018

Hi Joanne, Thanks for the great review, we're glad to hear that you enjoyed your Segway tour around Uluru. It really is an incredible rock isn't it! I'm glad you got to enjoy a great sunrise as well. I hope that the rest of your...More

Reviewed 2 April 2018
Fantastic fun and best activity my wife and I have ever done on a holiday

Thanks to Lindsey and other staff for a well organised and safe activity on the Segways for the 10.6K tour around the "Rock. Wouldn't hesitate to do it again as my wife and I absolutely loved it. Appropriate safety gear and training before the adventure...More

Thank RTBaillie
Alex D, Manager at Uluru Segway Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 April 2018

Hi Ray & Thais What a great review, Thank you! It's always nice hearing about the fun that people have Segwaying around Uluru, we are so glad we could be the best activity you and Thais have ever done on holiday! We'll be sure to...More

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lisamwalker2008
27 May 2018|
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Response from Ann J | Reviewed this property |
Same answer as bhmacs, facilities are at the start in a portable bathroom facility and the segway tour is approx. two to two half hours. I am very conscious of bathroom requirements and if need be, duck behind a rock. The... More
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Mary B
16 April 2018|
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Response from RebeccaW2 | Reviewed this property |
The tour goes for about 2 hours from memory. Yes there is a weight and fitness restriction. I am 107 and pretty fit and was perfectly fine. The guide stops every mow and then foe you to get your feet back. They get a bit... More
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Sue K
12 April 2018|
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Response from Ann J | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I dont think that is possible, he wouldnt be able to be in control of the segway and reach the handlebars. Contact the company, but i feel it will be a NO.
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