Something that you can't help but experience in Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is enjoy the beauty of the desert sky at night. For those ve live in cities, with light pollution, seeing all the stars is quite a shock. With this breathtaking scenery, it's not surprising to organize Sounds of Silence suppers. The ingredients are a welcome cocktail at sunset (overlooking Uluru), dinner with typical Outback cuisine, Didgeridoo music (Australian flute with a unique sound) for your enjoyment, and explanations of the Southern Hemisphere constellations, which I found particularly interesting. Dinner can be booked through the hotel (better in advance, they have few places) and begins at 6:30 pm.
Welcome to Far West in the heart of Australia. You can really feel like a Cowboy going through the double doors. Order one of the Australian ales have a seat and if you feel hungry don´t miss the chance to try any of their dishes or their gigantic burgers. Call your friends to make then jealous, seeing you in an authentic saloon from the website. In the year 1935 Bojanles opened it up as a guest house, then in the year 1956 it was transformed into the Teapot Inn and later became a restaurant in the year 1967. Since the year 1998 the owners have given the spirit of Bojangles to the current place. The preferred place for the people of Alice and bikers crossing the country of kangaroos in the endless desert. Decorated in old wood, with hundreds of shoes hanging from the ceiling, crocodile skins and skulls, dozens of posters of beers from around the world, saddles and Aboriginal paintings. In the evening you can listen to live music and dance between tables next to your beer.
A noisy, smoky pub where we couldn't even find a corner of an open table to set our glasses down. Terrible acoustics for bands invited to play on a stage that's far too small and poorly located ... but still, a fun place, with good Guinness and a real sense of Irish-Australian camaraderie, with everyone singing in a makeshift karaoke. Nowadays the bar has been refurbished, with a new design and amended menu - the same but better. As such, there's no reason to miss it.
At the beginning of the road, this bar is one of the last hold-outs against smoking regulations. Here, you can still smoke inside. Whether you're for or against this practice, the owners are certainly brave in facing the hefty fines for sticking to their principles. As for the service and drinks/dishes on offer, there's nothing to complain about, but on the other hand, nothing really stands out. The decor is quite nice, with plenty of interesting photos.
If you like a beach bar atmosphere don't hesitate, the Sailing Club is your place! In the sailing club, don't take your eyes off your table or someone will take it. Also prepare for the invasion of mosquitoes that begins at sunset. Orders are placed on their own, the quality of the food is excellent and the prices reasonable, and you can witness one of the most beautiful sunsets in the southern hemisphere!