Weather, Sunrise & Sunset
Weather is Part of the Experience
To help plan your stay at Ayers Rock Resort and visit to Uluru, here's essential weather and sunrise/sunset times as well as a comprehensive monthly overview of biological events taking place. As much of a stay at Uluru revolves around sunrise and sunset be prepared and plan ahead. Know where you're going to watch the sunrise/set, distances and travel times as well as the time of the sunrise and set.
Uluru Sunrise & Sunset
There are multiple viewing areas offering panoramic sunset and sunrise views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Here's all the information you need, including maps, times, top tips and distances to plan your sunrise/set viewing experience.
Weather at Uluru
Uluru is situated near the centre of a semi-arid desert, which most people would associate with a hot and dry climate.
However, it surprises - in that the temperature can vary so dramatically. Temperatures can range from 5° C in July to 37° C in January.
There are hundreds of different animal and bird species that call Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park home.
Time your visit and read through our bio calendar highlights, so you’re sure not to miss out on your most treasured natural wonder.
Stories from Ayers Rock Resort
A collection of stories, travel tips, and insider perspectives carefully curated to inspire, educate, and entertain our guests.