Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is delighted to announce the graduation of 37 Indigenous trainees from its NITA, based at Ayers Rock Resort.
Race organiser and sports tour operator, Travelling Fit, has designed the event to be enjoyed by all levels of running abilities
Chairman Rick Allert today announced the appointment of three new members to the Voyages Board of Directors.
The award-winning gastronomic experience offers a magical evening of fine dining on a remote sand dune overlooking Uluru
Home Valley Station in Western Australia’s spectacular East Kimberley is reopening on 3 May 2019 following its annual hiatus over the wet season
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is delighted to announce that for the first time ever Opera Australia will perform an exclusive concert in the spiritual heart of Australia
The Qantas Award for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Tourism recognises tourism operations that demonstrate authenticity and cultivate a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isla...
To help spread the word Voyages is delighted to release first ever drone footage of Kata Tjuta
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has welcomed well-respected Australian travel industry leader
Astronomy enthusiasts of all ages can discover the spectacular Australian outback sky at Ayers Rock Resort
With just under five weeks to go, more than 500 entrants, including a number of sponsored students from Indigenous communities, are set to pound the red dust
The inspiring new images take viewers on a short journey as they experience an inspiring snapshot of the timeless landscape.
This quintessentially Australian outback experience offers genuine hospitality amongst the Kimberley’s breathtaking landscapes
Sounds of Silence has always been a celebration of the true essence of the Australian Outback
In its fifth consecutive year, this vibrant celebration of Australian Indigenous culture features music, dance, film, fashion, food, sport and more
The award-winning exhibition, located at Ayers Rock Resort in the spiritual heart of Australia, opened on 1 April 2016 to critical acclaim
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is celebrating the graduation of 22 Indigenous trainees and 12 Indigenous Step Up leaders from its National Indigenous Training Academy (NITA), based at Ayers Roc...
The boutique-style Lost Camel Hotel will re-open its doors at Ayers Rock Resort on 1 July 2018. With a newly refurbished stylish mix of Aboriginal and urban themes, the hotel is located in the heart ...
Ayers Rock Resort is making it even easier for families to reconnect and explore the spiritual heart of Australia
Uluru was a big winner at the Australian Traveller People’s Choice Awards announced yesterday, 25th October, at the Sofitel Darling Harbour