Visit Uluru: 12 of the best ways to rock Ayers Rock
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5. Tali Wiru
Between April and October, there’s the chance for fine dining under the stars. A maximum of just 20 guests are taken to a location with views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta for champagne and canapés while appreciating the sunset. Then it’s time for a four-course dinner with matching Australian wines. This is true fine dining with perfectly prepared and served dishes such as Wagyu beef, Glacier 51’ toothfish, even a Gruyere soufflé. There’s Aboriginal story telling and spectacular stars into the evening. It’s a wonderful mixture of modern gastronomy and an ancient setting.