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Kings Canyon Day Trip from Ayers Rock (Uluru)
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Kings Canyon Day Trip from Ayers Rock (Uluru)

By AAT Kings
Recommended by 91% of travellers
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About
Experience Kings Canyon on this customizable day trip from Ayers Rock. Leave the details and logistics to your guide—just choose whether you want a strenuous trek on the canyon rim or an easier one on the creek bed. Breakfast at the Kings Creek cattle station. End the tour based on the option you booked⁠—returning to Ayers Rock Resort
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Ages 0-99, max of 58 per group
Duration: 13h
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Live guide: English
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Highlights
  • Choose your adventure with a customizable hiking experience in Kings Canyon
  • Stops for breakfast (included) and lunch (own expense,) so you don't have to carry food with you
  • Learn about the aboriginal history and geology of the site from your guide
  • Transportation options make for a relaxing experience

  • Experienced Driver and Guide
  • Pickup and drop off from all hotels within Ayers Rock Resort
  • Travel in an air-conditioned coach
  • 6 km hike around the Kings Canyon Rim Walk- 3hrs
  • Option of shorter Kings Canyon Creek Bed Walk- 1 hr return
  • Breakfast at Kings Creek Station
  • Option for a refreshing dip at Kings Canyon Resort Pool
  • Entry/Admission - Kings Creek Station
  • Entry/Admission - Kings Canyon
What's not included
  • Food and drinks other than specified
  • Entry to Watarrka National Park requires a Northern Territory Parks Pass
  • Option to book a helicopter scenic flight while on tour (if you’re doing the Creek Bed Walk)
  • Lunch - Time out for lunch at own expense at Kings Canyon Resort
  • Entry/Admission - Kings Canyon

Start out your adventurous day with convenient pickup at your Ayers Rock Resort accommodation, which means you don't have to worry about navigating or directions on the way into the Red Centre. Spend the ride relaxing and snapping photos of the rugged scenery before reaching Kings Canyon for your trek. Stop for breakfast at the cattle station, a family-run operation that offers camel rides (own expense), so you can see how the early Australian settlers experienced the Outback for the first time. Continue to Watarrka National Park, where your guide will fill you in on the history and geology of the sandstone gorge, as well as its sacred meaning to the Lilla and Ulpinyali people. Choose between two walk options in the canyon: the 3.5-mile (6-kilometer) strenuous Rim Walk or the more leisurely Creek Bed Walk, which runs 1 mile (2 kilometers) along the valley floor. Refuel with lunch (own expense) and a swim at Kings Canyon Resort before returning to Ayers Rock.

Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
    Pickup details
    • Please note, departure and return times vary throughout the year due to different sunrise times, as such the tour time on your voucher may not be accurate. Depending on your pick-up location this tour departs from 4.30 AM (Apr-Sep) and from 4 AM (Oct-Mar). Please contact AAT Kings Reservations Team on 1300 228 546/ +61 2 9028 0880 to reconfirm your tour 24-48 hours prior to departure and to check your exact pick-up time to avoid missing your tour. Please be at your pickup location 10 minutes prior to your reconfirmed pickup time.
    Hotel pickup offered
    During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
      End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

        • Not wheelchair accessible
        • Infants must sit on laps
        If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 2230Y19_Y20

        • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
        • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
        • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
        • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 58 travellers

        • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

        If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 2230Y19_Y20

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        • AAT Kings
          2,009
          Australia
          Joined in December 2010
        • paullT2046CM
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          1.0 of 5 bubbles
          Poor display of lights in the field
          The management should have refunded our money or advised us that there might be an issue when booking - we purchased our tickets the day before-there was no sun the day before when we booked. ( field of lights needs sun to charge batteries)The field of lights were not working the next morning of our tour - only about 5000 lights were on instead of 50,000 as per their brochure - totally disappointing for all customers- taking your money knowing that the lights would not work is stealing- a refund or another date should be offered by AAT Kings
          Written 19 June 2024
        • oj131418
          0 contributions
          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Lots of cultural education!!
          Amazing tour!! We wanted to do the base walk on our own but shortly after the beginning of the tour we decided that it would've been boring to do it without a guide! I would recommend having a snack prior or brought with you to the tour since breakfast doesn't occur until about 9:30-10 ish. Would 100% do it again!
          Written 13 June 2024
        • Joy H
          0 contributions
          3.0 of 5 bubbles
          Return after 50 years.
          Very underwhelmed. The staff were great, but my expectations of the lights exceeded reality. A section of the lights didn't seem to work. The sunrise over Uluru was amazing.
          Written 11 June 2024
        • jennymV6773GD
          0 contributions
          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Kata tjuta sunset tour..totally amazing!
          The views were amazing. The driver Jessie and co worker were both fantastic providing a comfortable and informative trip. Overall knowledge and history of this unique site was very interesting.
          Written 8 June 2024
        • G842NTjanh
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Excellent tour providers Uluṟu
          Very professional outfit. Busses near new and comfortable and for longer journeys there was a charging port. It was good to have water available. We did multiple tours over 4 days and the bus was always on time. Texts confirming pick up times were welcome. More importantly all staff members we were involved with were organised, very well versed on all aspects of the tour - and lovely human beings! A shout out to Dan and Glen in particular!
          Written 12 May 2024
        • Eva H
          0 contributions
          2.0 of 5 bubbles
          Overpriced travel to sunset you can do it on your own
          AATking is quiet expensive mass tourisme , big groups and the sunset point was overcrowded with drinks and appetizer clearly underwhelming
          Written 22 April 2024
        • David P
          0 contributions
          4.0 of 5 bubbles
          Uluru base walk
          The walking and discovery tour of Uluru was very informative and enjoyable. The stories that we learnt were enjoyable and gave us a great insight into the history of Uluru and her people. The one suggestion for improvement would be that if the guide could keep the group together during the walk to encourage more questioning and story telling. Our guide was an exceptionally fast walker and meant our group was spread out until she stopped and people could catch up. Twice the guide started recounting a story and the whole group had not caught up.
          Written 2 April 2024
        • David P
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Sunset BBQ dinner under the stars
          It was beautifully organised, the BBQ meal was excellent and the star gazing was really informative and enjoyable. The AAT Kings team were friendly and very accommodating.
          Written 2 April 2024
        • Sarah W
          0 contributions
          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Recommend
          Wow, a great experience, Great talks and stories as we drive to Uluru, guides were brilliant, sorry I can’t remember both your names but one of you was Jesse. A walk to the water hole with lots of explanations about the rock and lots more. A visit to the visitor centre, And then off to watch the Sunset at the Uluru viewing area. We watched the sun go down with drinks and nibbles and after it disappeared we went on to the BBQ area, we arrived with tables set with food cooking beside it all in the moonlight with Uluru in the background. It was rather magical. We had a feast of a meal including steak, chicken skewers, Roo, roasted veggies, sweetcorn and salads, we then had a dessert and teas/ coffe after. By now the sky had continued to get darker and we had our night sky talk. It was a brilliant evening. We really enjoyed it and it made our trip to Uluru really memorable. All the staff did a great job, Thankyou
          Written 29 March 2024
        • Gspeirs74
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          4.0 of 5 bubbles
          Worth seeing despite the weather
          Unfortunatly our trip coincided with storms which are rare in desert, but the trip went ahead and the organisers did their best to make it as enjoyable as possible. Was able to clearly view the sunset time and nice snacks provided.
          Written 17 March 2024
        • DavidM096
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          A fabulous tour but pray for a clear day to really appreciate it.
          We did this tour March 2024. Picked up from hotel in air conditioned bus and then taken to Cultural Centre. Spent about 50 minutes there where there are gift shops, a cafe and some loos. We were then taken to a few spots around the base of Uluru which is quite something close up. The bus has plenty of fresh water to top up your water bottles. Knowledgable tour guides gave plenty of info about the site and the Anangu culture. We didn’t feel rushed at any stage., The tour culminated in a stop at the sunset viewing area where we were treated to wine (sparkling and still), soft drinks or beers along with some snacks. This was all while we waited for the sunset to arrive. As the sun did set, the view was spectacular with the changing natural colours of Uluru into the night. The tour bus then took us back to our hotel at the resort. All in all, a great trip and we think it was worth the money we paid. All I would say is, you need to pray for a lovely clear day without any cloud. We had that and the views were amazing. The very next day was really cloudy and we watched the sun setting again from a lookout place at the resort. Because of the cloud, the sun was significantly obscured at sunset and Uluru just stayed brown throughout. I really felt for the people who were on that tour. You need the full glare of the sun to appreciate the spectacle and the changing colours, otherwise the end of the tour will be an anti climax. Don’t forget to take face nets as the flies are a pest.
          Written 14 March 2024
        • 819janeb
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Worth the wake-up.
          This was a very well organised bus trip. An early start with 5.15am pick up from resort. The guide and the bus driver had lots of information. First stop at Uluṟu you could make a hot drink- tea, coffee, hot chocolate and walk up to viewing area to see sunrise. Bathroom stop and then the drive to Kata Tjuṯa. The short walk in is suitable for most abilities but a little rough underfoot so care is needed at the start. Again an amazing spot to see
          Written 12 March 2024
        • ClassPED
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Uluru: Everlasting Personal Highlight
          Our experience seeing this amazing natural and just as importantly sacred aboriginal site was made exceptional by our 2 guide/driver comb of John and Russel. Each added their own quite interesting interpretations of the area and sites and their knowledge of the area made our tour most enjoyable. They worked together complementary and each made our journey the best of all the tours we did in the area. My wife and I highly recommend you get this pair for your trip. You will not be disappointed. The BBQ portion continued after they completed the guided portion of the trip, it too was worthwhile doing. Note: John was seen by us on multiple occasions as one of the resort’s shuttle bus drivers- he does this job as well with true enthusiasm.
          Written 7 March 2024
        • U3348EWanitad
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          2.0 of 5 bubbles
          Worse money I have spent
          Not worth it!! Sunrise is opposite direction from Uluru. Between the multitude of flies, the heat, and no breakfast the cost was not worth it. Not only did you not get close to Uluru but the strenuous walk to a very uninteresting view in a canyon was not what I call a good time. The guides talk was interesting but I would not recommend this trip due to the value on what you get. Also REALLY bad time of year for any outdoor activity. Wait till June
          Written 5 March 2024
        • Bob123450
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          NICE ULURU
          Had a nice time here enjoyed uluru highlights field of lights and shuttle bus around town square etc lovely souvenirs too will reccommend to others maybe when its not so hot PALYA
          Written 27 February 2024
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        Dorah The Explorer
        Melbourne, Australia10 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Aug 2022
        Very early start to the day at 4.00AM with pick up at 4.45 AM

        The driver kept the light on the bus off so we could snooze a another couple of hours, which was nice. We stopped for breakfast and bathroom break at Kings Creek Station. And from there continued to Kings Canyon to do the Rim Walk. Prior to the walk our guide Grace made sure that we understand that the walk will be challenging and an easier option was available.
        Myself and my partner opted for the rim walk not without some uncertainties as I am aware my fitness levels are not great, and I was right to worry.
        The climb itself was tough for me and the walk too was challenging , mainly because the ground is so uneven and I found myself paying more attention to where my feet go than to the amazing views.
        It wasn't a very warm day, yet I found that the 2lt water I was made to carry was almost not enough. Finally, I think a better option would have been to provide each participant with a brunch box to take with them as I found the breakfast to be too heavy before such strenuous walk.
        Back on the bus we drove to Kings Canyon Resort for self funded lunch and a bathroom break and after a cold drink continued to another short break in front of Mt Connor and the salt lake. From there we moved on to it to Curtin springs Station for another short break and ridiculously over priced snacks. That was our last stop before heading back to the resort.

        Our guides Grace and Tyrone and our driver Vince were all fabulous. Grace was charming and funny and full off little bits of information along the way.

        The walk itself was challenging but I can't say I haven't been warned.
        I would highly recommend walkers to wear hiking or other grippy shoes as the ground is very uneven. All in all a well run tour.
        Written 19 August 2022
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        snho
        2 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Mar 2022
        The early start and extra long day is absolutely worth it with the trek around the rim. Our group were lucky with the wind that we got all through the hike on what was going to be a hot day (34C but luckily a dry heat). Special mention goes to our guides and driver, Jessie, Michelle and Dave. The staff all had good stories and experiences to share and it's obvious they enjoy what they're doing. We had extra time and got to stop for some photos of "Fooluru" and go up on the dunes to get some nice photos of the salt lakes. The landscape is so green and blooming right now with recent rains after the drought so it was hard to sleep just watching the amazing landscape as we drove back.

        The morning breakfast stop and lunch after the scenic rim walk were nice and we got good service. We were initially thinking of doing Kings Canyon via driving ourselves and staying a night, but after experiencing this day trip with AAT Kings, I would recommend doing the tour/coach as you definitely can squeeze a couple more hours of sleep with not having the do the 700km return drive yourself (and paying for the current fuel prices!). The route there isn't rough at all (and there's like only one turn).

        I will definitely be recommending this tour for any future friends that do travel to the red centre. We had a great time!
        Written 4 April 2022
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        Thank you so very much, we are so glad you enjoyed your time out to Kings Canyon with us and we will be sure this gets passed onto Jessie, Michelle & Dave. We are very proud of amazing service our staff on the ground deliver. It is indeed a highlight for many to visit Kings Canyon when in Central Australia, we hope to see you travel with us again soon. Kind Regards, Jacob from AAT Kings
        Written 6 April 2022
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        Priyanka Cheema
        Sydney, Australia7 contributions
        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        Feb 2020
        We had three tour guides for this tour (can't remember the names I'm afraid) and all were fantastic. Very enthusiastic and had a lot of knowledge about the land, plants/animals and Aboriginal culture. Our breakfast was very homely but substantial and delicious. They had eggs, bacon, baked beans, toast and tea and coffee. I went on the creek bed walk as temperatures were expected to reach high 40s and I personally didn't feel I was fit enough for the rim walk. It was still fantastic and you were able to walk through the canyon and have great views of the canyon wall and the creek bed. I definitely want to come back during the dry season to complete the rim walk as I heard from fellow travelers that the views for that were gorgeous. The tour was largely set up well, with my only issue being the time difference between the creek bed and rim walk. For those who did the creek bed walk, we finished early and ended up waiting at the Kings Canyon resort for around an hour and a half until the rim walk people joined us. This would have been alright, however we had to wait around an hour for the restaurant at the resort to open and in the meantime, dealing with the heat and flies were exhausting. On the way back, the tour guides stopped at a viewing point for Mt Conner which was a very nice touch. I was going on a tour of Mt Conner the next day but the majority of people were not and so they appreciated that opportunity to stop and take a picture of this very unique mountain!
        Written 19 February 2020
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        Hi there! Thank you for leaving such a terrific review! Our Kings Canyon & Outback Panoramas Tour is certainly a day to remember! AAT Kings pride ourselves on our luxury coaches and our experienced driver guides; will be sure to pass along these comments to the team! Thank you for the feedback with regards to lunch – we will follow up Kings Canyon Resort. Thank you again for leaving us a great review! We look forward to see you on AAT Kings tours in the future!
        Written 20 February 2020
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        John041945
        Brisbane, Australia8 contributions
        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Sept 2021
        The tour itself was great. Our driver, Jack, and Tania the guide were fantastic.

        The stops along the way to the gorge were ok, nothing fantastic but useful as a toilet break.

        Our original Saturday tour was cancelled due to low number of bookings which we understand in these difficult covid times and we were given the opportunity of going on the Friday tour which we accepted. A note was delivered to our room the night before the tour confirming our booking and giving a pickup time of 4am. We waited outside the Desert Sands as instructed until the bus finally arrived at 4.45am. AAT Kings had forgotten to advise us of the revised pickup time.

        Due to the cancelled Saturday trip we had to extend our rental car hire by one day at some considerable cost and when we approached the office to suggest that maybe some consideration could be given by way of a lunch voucher or similar our request was dismissed with the comment that we should read the fine print and that AAT Kings could make whatever changes they liked.

        Customer service is not this company's strong point.
        Written 5 September 2021
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        Dear John041945, Thanks for your review and we would like to investigate this with you further. Would you be able to contact guestrelations@ttc.com with your name, your booking details and your intended date of travel. Thanks so much, AAT Kings Guest Relations
        Written 13 September 2021
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        jetsetter39
        New South Wales, Australia35 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Apr 2021
        We elected to do the easier walk viewing the canyon from the bottom rather than the arduous rim walk. This was predominantly due to the heat that day which was 30 something degrees. The walk was relaxing with beautiful scenery. It is a spectacular place to visit. Our driver/guides Dylan and Jakob, were professional, knowledgeable and friendly. It was a pleasant drive to and from even though it was a very early start. Breakfast was well organised and ok. If you are a coffee person like me, the barista coffee that I had to pay extra for at Kings Street Station was pretty ordinary. It tasted like hot milk. Just stick with the instant that is included in the price of breakfast. The coffee at Kings Canyon Resort was much better.

        I feel somewhat disappointed that I didn’t do the rim walk. I think it would be great to do in the cooler months.
        Written 14 April 2021
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        Dear jetsetter39, Thanks for your feedback, and we are glad you enjoyed seeing Kings Canyon on the shorter walk that we offer to guests. We hope to welcome you back again soon to experience the Rim Walk over the cooler months. Thanks, The Team at AAT Kings
        Written 19 April 2021
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        Happy Traveller8
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Travelled from Ayers Rock Resort to Kings Canyon with driver Joey and guide Will. They were very helpful, knowledgeable and always smiling and happy no matter what time it was. It was a long day but an amazing day. Cannot thank Will and Joey enough for their amazing efforts. Would recommend these guys on your tour.
        Written 31 January 2020
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        Hi HappyTraveller8883, Thank you for leaving AAT Kings such a wonderful review! Our Kings Canyon & Outback Panoramas Day Tour is definitely a day to remember. AAT Kings are very lucky to have such friendly and knowledgeable drivers and guides, we will be sure to pass on the positive feedback to Will & Joe. Thank you again for leaving a great review, we look forward to welcoming you on board AAT Kings tours in the future!
        Written 1 February 2020
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        Shelby S
        Grovedale, Australia9 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Excellent crew and beautiful scenery on this day trip. Many interesting stops and great info from our driver Dylan. His love for the area shone through his commentary, with stories of locals who experienced many hardships. Dylan's insights and local knowledge were delivered in a very captivating way, connecting us with the history and locals in a way that made us feel proud to be Australian.
        Written 10 April 2021
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        Dear shelbyarch, Thanks very much for taking the time to review our Kings Canyon tour, and we are glad that you learned a lot along the way with our Guide Dylan. We hope to welcome you on board again in the future. Thanks, The Team at AAT Kings
        Written 19 April 2021
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        max b
        1 contribution
        1.0 of 5 bubbles
        Terrible costumer service and customer care. I booked a canyon tour with AAT kings in Uluru this May 2021. On arrival we tried to confirm the departure date and time for the tour however, none of the phone numbers were available for two days straight. We ended up missing the bus pick up at 5am, although no one from AAT contacted us all weekend to make sure we were in the bus. I've been trying to follow up for 2 months now with AAT as phone operators don't answer the phone and emails get a reply after 2 months, by the costumer relation manager, with no resolution. I've payed over $500 for a tour I've never partaken in and the customer service has been appalling. Would not recommend this company. In these unprecedented times I would have expect more from a tour operator but all they do is take your money with no after care when things go south.
        Written 11 July 2021
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        Hi Max, We’re also disappointed you ended up missing your tour. As your travelling companion advised via email to our Day Tour Reservations and also to our Customer Service team that you had made an error and waited for your tour pickup the day after your booked tour departed, per our terms and conditions, a no show or cancellation within 24 hours of a tour has a 100% cancellation fee. Thank you, AAT Kings.
        Written 12 July 2021
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        Heidi S
        Lennox Head, Australia123 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Mar 2022
        We started our 3 hr bus journey at 415am from our hotel and headed towards Kings Creek Station for breakfast. You certainly won't go hungry at breakfast! It's a full hot breakfast and includes cereal. There is also an option to pay for a barista coffee if you choose.

        Following breaky we headed for the Canyon. We chose to do the rim walk which is well worth it if you are able to do it. The first 500 hundred stairs are the most difficult part of the walk however the guides stop for a rest after the first and second 200 stairs and then the following 100 when you reach the top. It was a hot day around 38 degrees however there was a nice breeze and no FLIES! The guides allow for plenty of stops and photo opportunities. It does take the full 3 hours but is magic at the top.

        Lunch is back at Kings Canyon Resort in the nice air conditioned restaurant where you can have a nice cold drink and order pizza, burgers etc.

        Those that chose to do the base walk either chose to do a helicopter ride or headed back to the resort for a couple of hours and had the option to swim in the resort pool.

        The ride home feels much longer then the ride there (probably cause we slept most of the way there), with a stop along the way home for a cool drink or ice-cream.

        A big thankyou to guide Michelle who helped and encouraged my husband who is scared of heights down the stairs and across the bridge.
        Written 26 March 2022
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        Dear Heidi, thank you very much for your wonderful feedback. It is a big day to Kings Canyon from Yulara but we are very proud of the experience we can deliver to take guests to one of the most spectacular locations in Outback Australia. I am sure your feedback will be very helpful for those researching this destination & we will be sure to pass this on to Michelle. Kind Regards, Jacob from AAT Kings
        Written 31 March 2022
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        SSat1502
        3 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Mar 2022
        The tour in itself, right from the pick up at Ayer's Rock accommodation at 4 AM in the morning with welcoming smiles from Jacob (the driver and the guide) and Grace the other guide; the breakfast at Kings Creek station; Jacob's knowledge and commentary and fun facts all thru the tour was amazing, and grace's enthusiasm and patience and encouraging the tourists that we can do this walk on the rim , at the same time making sure we are ok, and checking frequently that everyone was ok, calls out for a special shout out to both the guides. They were not only amazing but were considerate and patient. Highly recommend this tour ! Thank you Jacob and Grace , we had a great tour.
        Written 17 March 2022
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        Thank you for leaving such a great review of your Day Tour to Kings Canyon. We are so happy to read that you enjoyed yourself and will make sure Jessie & Jakob receive this. Kind Regards, Jacob from AAT Kings
        Written 28 March 2022
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