The place to come for the Australian outback experience – jaw-dropping geological formations (including world-famous Uluru), sleeping out in swag bags, sampling bush tucker, and connecting with authentic Aborginal culture.
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Tali Wiru (which means ‘beautiful dune’) is the premium version of the ever-popular Sounds of Silence al fresco dining experience. Instead of a buffet, guests are treated to a four-course meal with silver service and premium Australian wines.
The menu features local ingredients such as wallaby, Davidson plum and lemon myrtle. The evening also features a didgeridoo performance and story telling by an Aboriginal narrator.
Getting there & doing it
The evening event, for up to 20 people, lasts 4 hours 15 minutes. Children under 15 are not allowed. Return transfers from all hotels are included. The tour departs 1 hour before sunset.
Temperatures plummet in the evening in the desert, even in warmer months – take a warm jacket and/or a wrap.
When to do it
The dining experience operates from April to October.
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