Have the experience of a lifetime witnessing this spectacle that combines nature and art. See a galaxy of colourful globes surrounding Australia’s most iconic landmark, the mammoth monolith of Uluru.
Created by English artist Bruce Munro, the Field of Light show features 50,000 light bulbs covering an area equal to four football grounds. See the changing colors of Uluru as the sun dips towards the horizon before settling in for a bush tucker-inspired dinner overlooking the spectacular sight.
You can also upgrade your tour to add a camel ride at the Uluru Camel Farm before heading for the sunset and Field of Light Experience.
Walk into the work and see the handcrafted bulbs light up the vast arid land – an experience that will truly inspire!
With camel ride: 5.5 hours
1 hour prior to sunset
With camel ride: 2 hours prior to sunset
Pick up from Uluru hotels
(Please advise your hotel details at the time of booking so that we can arrange hotel pick-up)
Same as the start point
Depart from your hotel in Uluru Resort to a remote desert location that overlooks a vast field and the spectacular monolith of Uluru. If you have chosen the camel ride option, you will first be taken to an Uluru camel farm.
Climb on a camel’s back and pad peacefully through the desert sands around Uluru. Enjoy the beauty of the surroundings while your experienced cameleer describes the unique flora and fauna of the landscape. After meandering for an hour, you will head further into the desert to see the sunset over Uluru and your Field of Light experience.
You will reach the site just in time to watch the sunset over Uluru. See the changing colours of the large monolith, from a dull brown to sun-kissed ochre, and gradually thrown into a silhouette.
As Uluru goes into darkness, you will see the tiny lights illuminating the field in front of the monolith. See the red desert come to life as a stunning display of sea of stars light up the outback under the starry sky.
As darkness falls and the 50,000 tiny light bulbs sparkle in the field, you’ll be seated at your table and savour a scrumptious three-course bush tucker-inspired dinner menu. Your dinner consists of a delectable palate of canapes, entrée, salads, seafood, main course, condiments and desserts.
(Menu Link Here)
While you enjoy your meal, watch a native aboriginal performance accompanied by didgeridoo music.
Next, take a walk amidst the Field of Light along the illuminated pathways and feel the magic of the sublime surrounding – an experience that will transcend you to another world.
At the end of the tour, take a long look back at Field of Light from the raised viewing area as you enjoy a sweet treat, hot chocolate or port before boarding your return transfer.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to confirm all departure details.
The entrance fee (AUD25) to Kata Tjuta National Park is a government charge and is not included in the tour price. It must be paid on the day of the tour.
Tour commences approximately 1 hour before sunset, therefore start time and pick up times may vary throughout the year.
Tour is subject to availability and weather conditions.
Long pants and enclosed shoes are strongly recommended. The experience involves walking up and down a sand dune and a walk through Field of Light on an unsealed track. For the safety of our guests and any possible encounter with Australian wildlife, we strongly recommend appropriate clothing is worn.
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.