Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Sounds of Silence Restaurant submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
We had a wonderful evening. Met two very lovely and hilarious northern Irish ladies. Great Craic! Would highly recommend it!Reviewed by: Carlo D, April 2013
This tour was one of the highlights of the 3 months we spent in Australia. The only negative was the flies which are a bit beyond your control.Reviewed by: Robert S, April 2013
Anyone who spends the time and money to travel to Uluru and does not go to this dinner will have missed a truly wonderful experience. The service, the food, the social experience and most of all the emotional aspect of this dinner all combine to make it a delightful evening. Do not miss it!Reviewed by: David H, April 2013
This is where I checked off "seeing the Southern Cross" from my bucket list! We had such an enjoyable evening and recommend that if you make it as far as Ayers Rock, then you absolutely must book the Sounds of Silence dinner. I am a bit picky with what I will eat so Kangaroo and Crocodile were avoided but there was plenty to drink and eat of all sorts; however, you do not attend this dinner for the food. Make plans to attend if you have a desire to see stars and a part of the universe you can not normally see if you live in the northern hemisphere or in any city where there is simply too much light. The astronomers were informative and we learned how to find land (sky)marks in the southern sky. There is a good telescope to see things up close once the lecture is over. On our remaining nights in Australia and New Zealand, we were able to find the stars, galaxies, and planets that we learned about at the dinner. This is a MUST DO on your visit to Ayers Rock.Reviewed by: Maria L, April 2013
A very special evening.Reviewed by: Robyn A, March 2013