ILC & Voyages

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is wholly-owned by the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) and operates Ayers Rock Resort and Longitude 131° on its behalf.

With a strong commitment to social responsibility, all profits from Voyages business activities go toward building the resort experience and supporting Indigenous training and employment across Australia.

Additional tourism interests managed by Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia include Home Valley Station in the Kimberley and the new Mossman Gorge Visitor Centre currently under construction north of Cairns.

Indigenous Tourism Training Academy

As part of its acquisition of Ayers Rock Resort, the ILC is establishing a National Indigenous Training Academy at Yulara. The Academy commenced with 15 trainees in 2011 and over the next 5 years 500 Indigenous trainees are expected to graduate from the Academy, with graduates gaining employment at Ayers Rock Resort and in other tourism and hospitality sectors across Australia.

The Academy at Yulara is nurturing a close working partnership with the Sydney-based National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE). Eventually there are plans to establish a NCIE campus at the Resort.

The provision of a memorable and quality cultural and environmental tourism experience at Uluru is the primary focus, but Ayers Rock Resort will increasingly provide much needed employment opportunities and industry-accredited training for Indigenous people.

Our Philosophy

Voyages is focussed on providing guests with enriching, memorable experiences, which they would not be able to enjoy anywhere else in Australia.

We are committed to Indigenous Australia and 'closing the gap' between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Our aim is to train and develop more Indigenous staff, enabling them to secure employment in the hospitality industry across Australia. In turn, our guests will enjoy a more "authentic" Indigenous Australian experience.

Our Responsibilities

Voyages is committed to nurturing and sharing Australia's sensitive eco and cultural destinations and also to protecting them so that they may be enjoyed for years to come. Because we feel privileged to operate in remote locations, it is critically important to us that we address local needs and concerns. We have therefore made a commitment to working with local communities via:

•    Sustainable environmental tourism practices
•    Respecting and supporting local cultures
•    Offering employment and training

Events to Inspire

Events to Inspire
Wow Events & Gala Dinners

Field of Light Uluru
Inspiring Evenings
The Meeting Place

Uluru Meeting Place
Conferences, Incentives & Events

Spaces and Venues
Sample Conference Itinerary
Sample Incentive Itinerary
Sample Event Itinerary

Uluru Experience
Touring, Activities & Team Building

Sunrise & Sunset Tours
Indigenous Experiences
Experiences by Air
Camel Touring
Team Building Activities

Ayers Rock Resort
Hotels, Facilities & How to get there

Hotels & Accommodation
Resort Facilities
How to get there