See Uluru in a new light
ULURU - IN A NEW LIGHT.
Having received worldwide acclaim since its unveiling in April 2016, Field of Light, the monumental art installation near Uluru has been extended for another season, until 31 March 2018.
The brainchild of internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, Field of Light’s 50,000 glass spheres bloom as darkness falls over the spiritual heart of Australia.
Adding extra sparkle to any event, Field of Light offers a range of options for delegates to immerse themselves in the artwork – from a sunrise experience to an exclusive bush tuckerinspired dinner under the stars, just footsteps from the exhibition.
In addition, delegates can enjoy a host of unique activities at Ayers Rock Resort, from Indigenous cultural experiences to guided tours to discover the captivating cultural landscape of Uluru -Kata Tjuta National Park.
Ayers Rock Resort’s conference centre, the Uluru Meeting Place includes state-of-the-art facilities and a range of unique dining and touring options. The conference complex itself includes two main conference spaces which can host 306 delegates and 420 delegates respectively with theatre style seating.
The rooms can be sub-divided with acoustically rated walls, or opened up to become one common space for exhibitions or trade shows. A light-filled pre-function area adds more flexibility to the complex while an outdoor amphitheatre can host up to 350 guests. Advanced audio-visual equipment is seamlessly integrated throughout.
With easy access from all east coast capital cities, Ayers Rock Resort encompasses a diverse offering of accommodation, from 5-star Sails in the Desert through to the authentic 3.5-star Outback Pioneer Hotel, ensuring all conference markets are accommodated.
Outside the Resort’s four hotels lies a collection of resort and community style facilities that add depth to a delegate’s overall conference experience.
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