Sleep under the outback sky

Located 20km from Uluru, Ayers Rock Campground is a special home base for truly experiencing the beauty of Uluru. Unwind in air-conditioned cabins, hook up your caravan, campervan, motor home, or camper trailer at one of the powered campsites, or pitch your tent under the shade of native desert oaks and sleep under the stars. The camping ground also provides a range of services and facilities including a swimming pool, BBQ facilities and outdoor kitchen and self-service laundry facilities to make the great outdoors truly enjoyable.

Hop on the complimentary shuttle bus for access to the Resort's restaurants and bars, shops, a well-stocked IGA supermarket, petrol station, Tour & Information Centre, and art galleries. Participate in a range of free daily activities including guided garden walks and Indigenous bush yarns.

Note: No takeaway alcohol available for purchase at the Resort.

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Ayers Rock Campground

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For a limited time only, stay 4 nights or more and SAVE 30% at Ayers Rock Campground!*

Whether you hook up your caravan, campervan, motor home, or camper trailer at a powered campsite, or pitch your tent and sleep under the stars, Ayers Rock Campground is a special home base for truly experiencing the beauty of Uluru.

Book today to get 30% off your next stay!

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Artwork Behind the Ayers Rock Campground Logo

Minyma Kutjara - Maria Stanley

Minyma Kutjara

Maria Stanley, 2012

A story of deep significance to women, containing all metaphorical references to female cycles. It tells of two women travelling north. The pair meet with a group of women, including Kutungu, who are caring for a man who then passes away. They then travel to Uluru, where they have encounters with a curious wanampi/serpent, chasing him deep into the ground trying to catch him. They burn their body hari to attract him and hit him on the head and run away. From afar they throw a manguri/traditional head-ring for carrying which also hits him. Then he comes and revengefully hits them all over and they travel on bleeding and hurt.

© Maria Stanley, Minyma Kutjara, 2012

Camping at Uluru: FAQ

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Is the campground open all year? What about the pool?

Ayers Rock Campground is open all year. Campground reception and pool opening hours are seasonal, and the pool is locked at night.

How far in advance should I book my campsite?

We recommend booking as soon as your travel dates are confirmed, regardless of season.

Where can I park my car? What if I’m bringing a car with a rooftop tent?

Cars with rooftop tents use van sites – choose between powered or unpowered sites.

Campground guests with tents are able to park next to or near their tent on the roads outside of the bollards that surround the lawns.

Are campfires permitted at Ayers Rock Campground?

Campfires are only permitted during the winter months; however, they’re only allowed if there is not a total fire ban in place. Guests must bring their own enclosed fire pit and it must be raised off the ground. No fires are permitted on the camping lawns.

Are pets permitted at the Campground?

Dogs are permitted at Ayers Rock Campground, but must be kept on a leash at all times. Unfortunately, cats are not permitted at Ayers Rock Campground, or anywhere in the township of Yulara. Please note, dogs (excluding service animals) are not permitted in Campground cabins, or dining facilities at Ayers Rock Resort.

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