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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Those seeking something different for Christmas this year can enjoy an enriching escape in the iconic surrounds of the spiritual heart of Australia, Uluru. At Ayers Rock Resort, families can come together to enjoy a range of free activities to engage in Indigenous culture and discover the spectacular nature and astronomy of Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park and its surrounds.Children can enjoy fun activities at the Astro Hub – from treasure hunts and building soda straw rockets to creating a virtual planetarium and discovering their own constellation. At Astronomy Information Sessions, adults and children alike can learn about the stars, planets, galaxy, the Big Bang theory and more.Art-lovers can watch world-acclaimed Mutitjulu artists’ dot paintings come to life and visit Wintjiri Arts & Museum to view the works of its Artist in Residence, learn about the Anangu culture and the local history, geology, flora and fauna. Tales of Aboriginal culture and traditions such as hunting and gathering bush tucker can be heard at Bush Yarns, or guests can watch colourful Anangu bush dances.Guided Garden Walks will take nature enthusiasts through the outback surrounds to discover local flora, bush foods and bush medicine, or more independent travellers can collect a Garden Walk Pocket Guide from hotel reception and take a self-guided tour.Those seeking traditional festive celebrations can enjoy the annual Christmas Carols & Music Concert taking place on Sunday 20 December. Guests can browse market stalls, watch a special Christmas performance by Putitja Dancers and dance into the night with a ‘Party Hits’ Music Concert with a special performance by former Chocolate Starfish frontman Adam Thompson.A truly memorable Christmas Day celebration is also on offer with a bush tucker inspired Christmas buffet dinner under the stars at the award-winning Sounds of Silence. The evening is priced at $230 per adult and $110 per child (10-15 years) and includes all the trimmings – from traditional glazed ham and turkey to caramelised wild kangaroo fillet.New Year’s Eve at Ayers Rock Resort is also set to be memorable, with special menus in Ilkari Restaurant and Walpa Bar, as well as festive cocktails, music, a countdown to 2016 and face-painting for both children and adults.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img

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