Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia
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About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $35m to $140m (AUD)
  • Industry
    Hotels & Resorts
  • Headquarters
    Ayers Rock Resort-
  • Link
    Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia website
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Uluru National Park NT

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 29 reviews and is evolving.

2.2520183.8020193.8020203.0020212.332022

Reviews

Cleaner in Yulara NT
on 25 December 2021
Awesome
I love going out on on my days off to walks around The Rock and resort. Watching the sunrise and sunset every day was amazing. Just wish I got to do more exploring more of the northern Territory.
Room Attendant in Northern Territory
on 2 September 2022
Wasn't treated well
Wasn't a good experience at all I was given 24hrs to vacate for no proven reasonEven when I first arrived I was dumped at a door and given a map no toilet paper or a access to purchase food
Security Manager in Ayers Rock Resort
on 9 May 2022
Great company, great mission and opportunities for advancement
The companies core mission of changing Indigenous Lives through cultural tourism is one that sparks pride when waking up in the morning. The experience of living and working at Uluru is powerful. Remote living is something to be embraced and the small friendly community makes you feel right at home. For the right person you can progress through the ranks quite quickly with fair and equitable promotions delivered and priority to promote those already employed. Of course not all managers are the same, but my experience was positive.
Commis Chef in Yulara NT
on 16 January 2022
Poor management - Sails in the desert hotel Funny unfair rules for housing
-Managers don’t listen to their staff and it’s a loss if you work hard as managers don’t take any action to the lazy staffs. - You get different housing depends on your position so a single manager can get 2 bedroom proper house for themself but a line staff with family member of 4 get a studio room. And they never have enough house for some position so need to be on the forever waitlist even your contract is qualified for it.
Food and Beverage Supervisor in Yulara NT
on 25 September 2021
Good place for work in every aspect, no merit based geowth since 2019
Could have better leaders, especially gm's of the hotels Head of departments especially FnB department between 2019 n 2021. Do not care to retain good workers, I have seen 1000s of good employees come n go I my 5 years term and the management do not care at all, seems like it is on of their policies to not care for hard-working staff.

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Anything casual but beat

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