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Voy­ages Ay­ers Rock Re­sort’s ex­clu­sive Tali Wiru (mean­ing beau­ti­ful dune in the lo­cal Pit­jan­t­jat­jara dialect) has re-opened for its lat­est season. The open-air gas­tro­nomic ex­pe­ri­ence high­lights fine din­ing on a re­mote sand dune over­look­ing Uluru and the dis­tant domes of Kata Tjuta. Guests en­joy cham­pagne and canapés at sun­set, ac­com­pa­nied by the sounds of a di­geri­doo, fol­lowed by a four-course ta­ble d’hote menu with matched Aus­tralian wines. Mains fea­ture flavours of Indige­nous Aus­tralia with some ex­cit­ing and un­usual in­gre­di­ents like Wagyu Beef Fil­let with Salt­baked Cele­riac, Paper­bark Smoked Onion Soubise or Glacier 51 Tooth­fish with Parsnip and Miso Mous­se­line, Com­pressed Ap­ple, Coastal Greens, Desert Oak, Fer­mented Mun­tries and Leek Ash. Fin­ish­ing off the evening is a sto­ry­teller with tales of Indige­nous cul­ture, en­joyed with a port, cognac or na­tive wat­tle­seed-in­fused hot choco­late around the camp­fire. ay­er­srock­re­

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