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Five exciting experiences for groups

Rock and Roll Team Building © Kate Pope

Mayu Wiru Dining Experience, Ayers Rock Resort, NT © Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia

Indigenous food experiences at Ayers Rock Resort

For an authentic taste of Australia, treat your team to a premium indigenous food experience at Ayers Rock Resort. Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has launched Mayu Wiru, meaning ‘beautiful flavour’ in the local Pitjantjatjara language, an intimate dinner for up to 16 people. Begin with bush tucker-inspired canapes and Champagne at Sails in the Desert, before sitting down to a three-course menu of Indigenous flavours in a private dining room. After dinner, you’ll be transported to a dune overlooking Bruce Munro’s ‘Field of Light’ installation. This incredible display of 50,000 lights covers an area the size of seven football fields. Your evening will conclude with a nightcap and a 30-minute guided walk through the exhibition. Mayu Wiru will run until 24 March 2018. Additional gourmet offerings from Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia include a daily bush tucker journey, which is free to guests, and cooking classes showcasing native ingredients for groups of 80-100.

Solve a cold-case mystery in Queensland

Put your detective skills to the test with Directors of the Extraordinary’s Train Heist program. Teams of five to 12 people will race against the clock to solve one of Queensland’s oldest cold cases: the Cloncurry Train Heist of 1938. Using original evidence taken from the scene, this simulation calls for creative problem solving, team work and communication as you delve into one of the state’s greatest unsolved mysteries. It can be held in a location of your choice in Australia, and runs for two to three hours.