Ayers Rock Resort
Experience an Ultimate Outback Adventure
At the top of any Ultimate Australian Adventure itinerary should be a visit to Australia's Red Centre. Voyages Ayers Rock Resort lies at the gateway to the dual World Heritage listed Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. Discover the traditions of the world's oldest culture, come face to face with some of Australia's unique wildlife and explore the dramatic landscape of one of the worlds greatest natural wonders. Whether exploring by foot or swaying astride a camel, cruising the desert on a Harley Davidson or soaring in a helicopter, a stay at Ayers Rock Resort is like no other. Spiritually and culturally rich a visit to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park belongs on every itinerary.
WHAT TO DO?
Visitors to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park can enjoy activities to sample the culture, history, flora and fauna of the Park, including these MUST DO's, for more tours and activities visit www.AyersRockResort.com.au/Experiences
Sounds of Silence
|Experience an unforgettable dinner under the stars. Enjoy canapes and sparkling wine as you watch the sunset over Uluru. Then sit down for a BBQ buffet of Australian delicacies and finish the evening off with a tour of the night sky with our resident Star Talker. +more on Sounds of Silence||Travel by 4WD into the outback on the Desert Awakenings tour and enjoy a bushman's breakfast as the sun rises over Uluru. Following breakfast explore the base of Uluru whilst your guide interprets Anangu creation stories. +more onDesert Awakenings Tour|
Bush Tucker Tour
|Embrace the culture, geology and environment that is the essence of this amazing monolith. Visit waterholes and rock art of the ancients and learn of Uluru’s cultural significance to the Anangu (local Aboriginal) people. +more on Uluru Base Tours||Showcasing the traditional bush food of Central Australia, your Aboriginal host will walk you through country and explain how the local people lived in such a hot desert climate, surviving on a variety of bush plants and animals. +more on Bush Tucker Tour|
WHERE TO STAY?
Ayers Rock Resort, located on the edge of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, offers a variety of accommodation options. From the Ayers Rock Campground to the five stunning hotels, there is an accommodation option to suit every taste and budget. Right now take advantage of the 2 Night Uluru Escape and save on your next stay at Ayers Rock Resort.
Desert Gardens Hotel
This 4 1/2-star hotel is centrally located to all resort and touring facilities, and is set amongst magnificent ghost gums. Take advantage of the 2-night Uluru Escape from $272pp twin share.
Outback Pioneer Hotel
Ideal for families and the budget traveller alike, the Outback Pioneer Hotel offers an authentic experience of Australia's pioneering past. Take advantage of the 2-night Uluru Escape from $221pp twin share.
Red Ochre Spa • A vast variety of restaurants and bars catering to every taste and budget • 5 swimming pools • 2 full-size tennis courts • Mulgara Art Gallery • Resort Shopping Centre • tour desk • Visitor Information Centre • petrol station • postal service • complimentary resort shuttle bus
HOW TO GET THERE?
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is located in the Red Centre of Australia, in the Northern Territory. Qantas Airways and Virgin Blue both fly into Uluru - Ayers Rock Airport. Direct flights into Ayers Rock Airport are available from Sydney, Cairns, Perth and Alice Springs. Flight times are approx 3 hours from Sydney, Cairns and Perth and 1 hour from Alice Springs.
Complimentary return coach transfers from Ayers Rock Airport to the Resort meet every scheduled flight. The return transfer to Ayers Rock Resort Airport collects you from your hotel. +more on how to get to Uluru
ABOUT ULURU-KATA TJUTA NATIONAL PARK
The World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park covers an area over 311,000 acres. Uluru (Ayers Rock) - is one of the world's largest monoliths. Uluru is 348 metres at its tallest point: 43 metres higher than Sydney's Centrepoint Tower, 24 metres higher than the Eiffel Tower, and just 33 metres lower than the Empire State Building.
Kata Tjuta, known also as The Olgas, is the Aboriginal name, which means "many heads'. It is a group of more than 30 rounded red domes rising from the desert floor. The tallest is said to be around 546 metres high. Kata Tjuta is about 30 kilometres west of Uluru. Culturally and spiritually rich Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a remarkable holiday destination. +more on Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
To speak with one of our Travel Specialists, please call between 8am and 6.30pm (AEST) Monday to Friday, and from 9am to 5pm (AEST) on Saturday and Sunday. Our Travel Specialists will able to help you with accommodation, touring, car hire, flights and transfers.