Visit the Red Desert Reptile Show
School holiday fun. Did you know that Central Australia is home to a huge number of reptiles? If you’re lucky you might even see some of them when you are out an about exploring Uluru and Kata-Tjuta, Kings Canyon or Mount Connor. If you’re really lucky you may even see them as you’re walking around the Ayers Rock Resort.
While reptiles are in abundance out here in Central Australia we don’t always get to see them in the wild. You can however get to see them first hand and even in your hands at Red Desert Reptiles.
Red Desert Reptiles is a great family friendly experience that allows you to get us close to some of Central Australia’s snakes and lizards. The show includes some expert commentary by Danny and Corey and also provides guests to interact with the animals.
Red Desert Reptiles hosts two shows per day. 10am and 2pm. Entry is $25 and details for bookings are below.
Voyages Ayers Rock Resort – Free Activities
Voyages Ayers Rock Resort also offer a great number of free activities that are suitable for all ages.
You can learn about Aboriginal culture at one of the Bush Yarns. At the Bush Yarn you will hear stories of culture and traditions and learn how weapons were used by men to hunt and the tools and techniques used by women for gathering bush tucker.
Held near the town square at the Circle of Sand daily at 11am, 11.30am, 1pm and 1.30pm.
Do you have a keen interest in the stars? You can listen to an astronomer talk about the night sky.
An Astronomy information session is held daily at The Astro Hub at 12pm and 3pm. Other sessions are held from Tuesday to Saturday at 11.30am – 1.30pm and seminars are held by the Astronomer in Residence each Thursday at 4pm.
Interested in nature? Join a guided garden walk. Your guide will walk you around the resort and highlight local flora. You will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of bush foods and medicine.
Guided garden walks depart daily at 8.30am from Desert Gardens and 9.45am from Sails in the Desert Hotel.