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A must on any Australia travel itinerary – the Sounds of Silence dinner is the best loved outback experience.
Watch the setting sun and dine under a canopy of stars at the award-winning Sounds of Silence dinner. In a wonderful setting in the middle of the desert, witness a spectacular sunset over Ayers Rock.
Taste classic Australian delicacies like bush tucker – barramundi, kangaroo, emu, bush salads and some delectable Australian desserts, complemented by some of Australia's finest wines.
After the meal enjoy a guided tour through the constellations by the resident Star Talker. Away from distracting city lights, in the pitch darkness of the Red Centre, discover the Universe beyond in a stargazing session.
4 hoursStart time
The Sounds of Silence Dinner starts one hour before sunset, the exact time will vary throughout the year. Your hotel pick up time will be informed with your booking confirmation.
Your accommodation in Ayers Rock Resort.
(Please inform your hotel at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)
Your accommodation in Ayers Rock Resort.
You will be picked up from your accomodation in Ayers Rock Resort from where you proceed towards the Sounds of Silence Experience.
The journey begins on a lone sand dune which offers uninterrupted, 360 degree view of Uluru, the domes of Kata Tjuta and a spectacular sunset. You will be greeted with sparkling wine and canapés and can relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery and the magnificent way in which Uluru changes color in the setting sun.
The buffet dinner will be a wonderful array of traditional Australian barbeque specialties including barramundi, kangaroo, emu, crocodile, bush salads and classic desserts, complemented by Australian wines.
The remote location of Uluru makes it a wonderful place for stargazing. To end this wonderful evening a resident astronomer will lead you on a journey through the constellations of the southern night sky. In winters, you will gather around a campfire to savour a special treat of hot mulled wine.
At the end of the evening you will be returned to your accommodation in Ayers Rock Resort.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming the departure details.
To protect the quality of the experience, the Sounds of Silence Dinner will not operate if the weather conditions are not optimum (including rain or heavy cloud cover which makes star-gazing impossible). In case, the tour does not operate on your chosen date every effort will be made to move you to another date. If this is not be possible, you will be offered a full refund.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Arrangements for vegetarian meals can be made with prior notice. Rock views whilst dining cannot be guaranteed.
Had a great time! Loved the music! Dinner was very good. Met some very nice people at our table, both from Australia and the USA. The sky was clear and so the star viewing was...Brenda Hunt, United States, 04/Apr/2018
What a spectacular evening. Great views, sunset, stars, food, champagne, wine , food and entertainment. We were pampered! Can't say enough and worth every penny....Michael moran, United States, 11/Oct/2016
I went with a group to Uluru to celerbrate my 60th birthday and included the Sounds of Silence dinner, it was truly an experience I(we) won't forget everything was...Glenn Freestone, Australia, 17/Mar/2016
It was a wonderful experience. The meal was very good. Night sky was amazing!
However, we were charged incorrectly and it was not corrected.
Really good, the canapes options were not very nice but the main food was delicious. Had clouds so unfortunately didn't see the stars. Would have been good to have Aboriginal information on the bus - history of the local area