Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and uncertainty surrounding future implications on domestic and international travel and other associated logistical impacts in 2021, we are not currently taking bookings for our Uluru Photography Tours. We are working on a solution and are committed to hosting a series of tours throughout June 2021 where practicable. If you would like to express interest or seek any further information, please enquire using the form below.
Book your dates for an immersive Landscape Photography Tour or Photography Workshop of the UNESCO World Heritage listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Australia’s Red Centre. Our Uluru Photography Tours and Red Centre Photography Tours will ensure you capture some stunning and memorable images from this fascinating desert region.
There are several tours on offer, and can be booked as a single day or multiple day trips to with options of taking in all Uluru and Kata Tjuta with optional doors off helicopter flight and sunset canapes at the Field of Light.
Tours are suited to Australian and Overseas visitors, and both photographers or those just wanting a small group tour around Uluru and Kata Tjuta, and can be booked as individuals, couples or groups of 3 or 4 based on your needs.
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Our mission is to provide memorable photo tours in a safe and fun environment
Join Jay on an immersive photography Tour and experience of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. This tour takes photographers on a journey to photograph the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, capturing images of Australia’s most recognisable landmarks. Available as a Single Day or Multiple Day bookings, you are collected from your accommodation in Ayers Rock Resort and driven in our Air conditioned 4WD to locations providing some stunning photo compositions of Uluru and Kata Tjuta at sunset and sunrise, capture the magical desert landscape of dunes, desert oaks, spinifex plains, and wildlife, plus take in an optional doors off Helicopter flight at sunrise or sunset and visit the exceptional Field of Light installation.
While on location, Jay will tutor you on the techniques and compositions to help you capture the most memorable imagery of these superlative landmarks and natural desert landscape.
As we visit Uluru and Kata Tjuta we will also complete some of the many walks available in the park, with interpretative commentary introducing you to Anangu culture and the Tjukurpa stories associated with Uluru and learn about the natural formation of these geological phenomenon, where there is plenty of opportunity to photograph these superlative landmarks at close quarters.
What time does the Tour begin?
6AM on Day 1. This is to commence our tour with the first sunrise on your first day. You will need to ensure you arrive in Uluru the day before your tour commences.
Do I need to book extra days accommodation?
Yes. Our tours run from 6AM each day through to Sunset. This is to ensure, even on Single day tours, that you have the opportunity to capture both sunrise and sunset at Uluru. You should book your flights and accommodation to arrive the day prior to your tour commencing, and depart the day after your tour concludes. For your first evening in Uluru, we can recommend a number of activities including a Sunset Camel Tour, or one of Uluru’s Fine Dining experiences, Tali Wiru or the Sounds of Silence.
How do I book a Hotel?
Staying at Uluru can be in one of the many hotels, the lodge, or the campground. To book your accommodation, head to https://www.ayersrockresort.com.au. We strongly recommend you book accommodation prior to booking your place on one of our tours.
When does the tour finish?
We will normally finish the tour after sunset on the last day (approximately 7:30PM). This is to ensure you can capture sunsets through all of your days on tour with us. If your flights are due to depart earlier in the day on the final day of your booking, we will refund you that day, and your tour will conclude the night prior.
Join Jay on a spellbinding Photography Tour of Australia’s Red Centre. Taking you on an epic tour through the sublime desert country with your tour customised based on the time you have and your starting location, we offer excursions to many Red Centre locations including Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon), Tjoritja (West MacDonnell Ranges), East MacDonnell Ranges, Rainbow Valley, Palm Valley, and Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles) while we traverse some of the centre’s famed desert tracks and legendary roads with plenty of opportunity to capture the marvel of the regions landscape, flora and fauna as we travel.
Locations for your tour will be based on your starting point, whether it be Alice Springs or Ayers Rock Resort (Uluru), and will plan for you to capture sunrise and sunset amongst some of Australia’s most ancient canyons, natural gorges and monuments, and plenty of incredible locations with expert tuition at each location to help you get the most out of your camera.
This is a fully customised tour and itinerary, based on your needs and the number of days you wish to book, so please contact us for a quote using the form below.
What time does the Tour begin?
Your itinerary and times will be calculated based on your starting point at Ayers Rock Resort (Uluru) or Alice Springs and the number of days you book.
Do I need to book any accommodation?
When we build your itinerary, we will make bookings at various accommodations along the way at Kings Creek, Glen Helen Lodge, Alice Springs and Devils Marbles, and is subject to availability on the dates you wish to book. You will be required to pay for any accommodation booked as part of your tour. More details will be provided in your quote.
How many days do you recommend?
As a minimum, we recommend no less than 3 days, which will provide time to capture some stunning locations depending on your starting point. As an example, over 6 days, we are able to travel to Kings Canyon (2 days), West MacDonnell Ranges (2 days) and Devils Marbles (2 days). Travelling the vast distances between each location can sometimes take an entire day (including stops to photograph the desert landscape along the way), and to see all of the best photography locations for sunrise or sunset in the centre can take weeks.
We met Jay in Alice Springs in July and he took us on a journey to Glen Helen Gorge for a night to watch the stars. It was amazing to hear his passion for the area and the night skies in the NT. You need to do a one of Jay’s tours.
We enjoyed the great photography tour with you, Jay! You showed us magnificent landscapes of Central Australia and taught us many skills of how to take great pictures! You are an excellent photographer, instructor and tour guide! Thank you so much!