A unique way to go sightseeing in the Red Centre, this Uluru tour sees you get behind the controls of a Segway as you explore the iconic Ayers Rock in the Northern Territory. A self-drive option for people with access to a car, you'll meet the group at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park's Kuniya Car Park where there is free parking available. From here, you'll climb onto your own Segway and embark on 2.5-hour journey around Uluru (2 Hours on a segway). Spanning 10 kilometres in length, you'll get to explore the base of Ayers Rock and the popular Mutitjulu Waterhole. A day filled with some impressive photo opportunities, you'll be guided by an experienced leader who will share information on the history of the rock and the region. This is one of the best Uluru tours taking you up close to the incredible natural landmark. All Segway riders must wear closed in shoes and are advised to wear a t-shirt, hat or cap for sun safety reasons. Guests are also asked to bring 1 litre of water as there is no water available on the tour. National Park fees are not included in the cost of Uluru tours so guests must bring money to cover that on the day. Uluru tours by segway are a great adventure for those eager to explore Uluru in a new and exciting way, book your self-drive Segway tour of Uluru online today!
Guide was excellent. Good way to get around Uluru. Segway was easy to get used to.
Guide was excellent and knowledgeable. Good way to get around Uluru if you prefer not to walk. Segway was easy to get used to even for the people that weren’t confident. I recommend these guys hands down and they are the only ones that actually operate this type of tour.
A fantastic way to see the whole of Uluru on Segway.
This was a great tour, You travel the whole 10km base walk around Uluru. There are several stops along the way, where the guide tells you the cultural stories of the rock. The whole experience is around 2.5 hours, so excellent value for money. 5 stars.
Fun enjoyable and novel way to experience Uluru
Fun enjoyable and novel way to experience Uluru. It was 39’ so too hot for us to do the base walk & this was a great thing to do in the intense heat. The guide was excellent, well informed, clear & always safety conscious. Highly recommend 😀 for most ages.