Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has made Ayers Rock Resort more affordable this high-season, with a reduction in rates of up to 25%.
In line with the company’s value for money proposition, the reduction is to encourage more Australian and international travellers to visit the Red Centre and was a revealed at the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) in Sydney this morning (Apr 26).
The move follows Voyages’ AUD$43 million investment in infrastructure, including the total refurbishment of the five star Sails in the Desert hotel and the addition of the Uluru Meeting Place conference facility.
It also follows the introduction of free daily Indigenous guest activities at the property.
“We now have a total rejuvenation of guest experience at Ayers Rock Resort,” said Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia Managing Director, Koos Klein.
“Our vision for the Resort has been clear since take over in May 2011, and it is extremely satisfying to see so many changes and improvements take place in a short period of time.
“It is a better value offering and one that gives a real opportunity for cultural engagement in this unique Australian location.
“There is now a total change in the look, feel, product and pricing of the Resort. We have looked closely at every element to ensure our guests have an experience that reflects both the spiritual nature of the location as well as one that is value for money,” Klein said.
Ayers Rock Resort also recently introduced new tours such at the premium under the stars dining experience, Tali Wiru, and the great value Outback Sky Journeys that showcases the spectacular desert night sky.