Spacious, comfortable, and convenient

Only 20km from Uluru, Ayers Rock Resort’s Emu Walk Apartments offer the convenience of modern, serviced apartments with the practicalities of home. With one and two-bedroom self-contained apartments available, Emu Walk Apartments is ideal for families or couples and friends travelling together.

Indigenous design elements are showcased throughout the fully-equipped separate kitchen, living and bedroom interiors. An Indigenous artwork by regional artist Raymond Walters looks over an open dining area.

Comfortable bedrooms ensure restful nights after long days exploring Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Multiple bed layouts are available with each bedroom fitted with a flat screen television ensuring no fighting over the remote. And with all the amenities and activities of Ayers Rock Resort just steps away – or a quick ride on the complimentary shuttle bus – you can combine the comforts of home-away-from-home with the convenience of a full service resort.

** Important : Effective from 1 June 2021 daily servicing will no longer be automatically provided to guests staying at Emu Walk Apartments. It has been our experience that daily servicing is not expected and often not required by our guests and we have therefore made the decision to align the experience at Emu Walk Apartments with other self-contained accommodation in leisure destinations through out Australia. 

For guests enjoying a longer stay we will be pleased to provide a complimentary full service after 5 nights. Additional servicing can be arranged during the guests stay. **

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Artwork Behind the Emu Walk Apartments Logo

Kungkarangkalpa - Rene Kulitja


Rene Kulitja, 2012

Rene grew up in the northern territory range country of South Australia, attending school there before marrying and moving to her husband's country of Docker River (NT). now based in Mutijulu, she is a committed artist and active community member. As a founding member of Walkatjara Art, her dramatic representation of Uluru flies on a Qantas jet. At various times Rene has been a member of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Board of Joint Management, a director of Ngaayatjara, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara Women's Council, and Chair of Maruku Arts. 

Paintings depict Tjukurpa, the Law and stories of the Ancestors. Anangu (Central and Western Desert people)  have responsibilities for the protection and teaching of different Tjukurpa and there are strict protocols for the imparting of knowledge. The dotting technique has evolved with the need to adapt sacred expressions of Tjukurpa for public viewing and as a depiction of the desert landscape. 

Kungkarangkalpa is the Tjukurpa of the Seven Sisters, concerning a group of women being pursued by a cunning man called Nyiru who attempts to lure them into marriage with him. They travelled through a vast amount of Australia and this painting represents different stages in that journey. This painting of Rene's shows the sisters as black circles and Wati Nyiru as a set of concentric circles.  

In Kungkarankalpa's escape from Nyiru they stopped to camp, build shelters and hunt for food, thus forming many features of the landscape and embedding the knowledge and survival in it. Eventually they fled into the sky where they became the constellation known as Pleaides or Seven Sisters. Nyiru follows them ceaselessly across the night sky as one of the bright stars in the constellation known as Orion.  

© Rene Kulitja, Kungkarangkalpa, 2012