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Tailor-made activities for children at the Ayers Rock Resort

Tailor-made activities for children at the Ayers Rock Resort

At Ayers Rock Resort special arrangements have been made to treat your kids with a host of tailor-made activities during this summer holidays. Take your children to an experience of a lifetime with this ultimate Christmas gift. They will come out of it with a completely new understanding and appreciation for the majestic and thriving cultural landscape of the spiritual heartland of Australia, the Uluru.

Ayers Rock Resort already has a number of activities that makes it one of the most sought after resorts in Australia for vacationers. However, these special activities tailor-made for children will make it an absolutely happening place this summer.

The Free School Holiday Activities program will inspire children to absolve themselves in traditional cultural activities such as techniques of boomerang and spear throwing and many other traditional Indigenous games. Kids can watch and learn from world-renowned exponents of the Maraku Arts who will demonstrate the techniques of fine poker work which is very similar to the Central Australian Aboriginal Art.

Time out at the Uluru

Time out at the Uluru

For those looking for an extended stay come December 22 and the Resort’s Town Square halls will be decked with Christmas markets, food stalls, retail stalls, live nightly entertainment and carols by Candlelight.

All this comes with a special bonanza. If you book your Christmas family getaway today you can take advantage of their 3-night Family Holiday Special from $714 that will accommodate 2 adults and 2 children at the 4.5 Star Desert Garden Hotel or the self-contained Emu Walk Apartments at Ayers Rock Resort. Package also includes daily buffet breakfast and return transfers to Ayers Rock Airport.

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