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Opening Hours & Entry

The Park is open 365 days of the year, from 5am to 9pm (subject to seasonal change). Tickets can be purchased at the National Park entry station. Entry fee is $25, valid for three consecutive days.

Opening Hours & Entry


Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Opening Hours

Hours are subject to seasonal change.

DEC, JAN, FEB

5am - 9pm

MAR

5.30am - 8.30pm

APR

5.30am - 8pm

MAY

6am - 7.30pm

JUN, JUL

6.30am - 7.30pm

AUG

6am - 7.30pm

SEP

5.30am - 7.30pm

OCT

5am - 8pm

NOV

5am - 8.30pm


Entry fees for the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

$25 - Adult pass valid for 3 consecutive days
$12.50 - Child pass (5-15 years old) valid for 3 consecutive days
$32.50 - Adult annual pass
$15 - Child annual pass (5-15 years old)
$65 - Family pass valid for 3 consecutive days (2 adults and 2 or more children)

Most tours do not include this fee, so please check with your tour operator

Purchase your Park Pass online before you arrive

Free: Ranger Guided Mala Walk

Free guided walks run daily from the Mala carpark to the base of Uluru. Guided along a shaded track, the Rangers tell the story of the Mala (rufous hare wallaby) people, and describe the history and traditions associated with Uluru, including traditional and contemporary Anangu life and culture, rock art and the management of the park.

Departs daily, 8am between October and April, or 10am between May and September
Meet at Mala Carpark, duration 1½ hours

Getting Around

Uluru Hop On Hop Off offers a scheduled transfer service to and from Ayers Rock Resort and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and picks up from all Hotels and the Campground and drops off at the Cultural Centre, sunrise and sunset look-outs and Kata Tjuta and Uluru walks. Hiring a car is also a great option if you’re looking to experience the Red Centre at your own pace. All guided tours provide pick-up and drop-off to your hotel or campground. Another great thing about joining a guided tour is that you’ll also learn more about the history, culture and landscape thanks to an expert guide.

Distances from Resort

20 km

to Uluru approx. 35 minutes

53 km

to Kata Tjuta approx 47 minutes

8 km

to Ayers Rock (Conellan) Airport approx 12 minutes

450 km

to Alice Springs approx 4.5 hours

306 km

to Kings Canyon approx 3.5 hours

VISITOR GUIDES, WALKS & MAPS

You will receive a map and information on the walks at Uluru and Kata Tjuta with your National Park entry ticket. Visit the Park Information Desk at the Cultural Centre for up to date information and suggestions on making the most out of your visit. Information Desk open daily 8am-5 pm.

The most popular walk is the Uluru Base Walk which allows you to fully appreciate the natural and cultural beauty of Uluru. Start and finish from the Mala carpark, this walk is a 10.6 km loop and takes approx. 3.5 hrs.

Download the Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park visitor guides and maps, available in English, Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Italian and Spanish.


For more information visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park website

Download PDF Visitor Guide (PDF - 4.26MB) 
Download PDF Maps and Safety Brochure (PDF - 963KB) 
Download PDF Guides touristiques en français | Visitor guide in French (PDF - 514 KB)
Download PDF Guide per visitatori | Visitor guide in Italian (PDF - 519 KB) 
Download PDF Guias para el visitante | Visitor guide in Spanish (PDF - 1 MB) 
Download PDF Besucherführer | Visitor guide in German (PDF - 1 MB)
Download PDF 日本語でビジターガイド | Visitor guide in Japanese (PDF - 1.15 MB)
Download PDF 在中国游客指南 | Visitor guide in Chinese (PDF - 1.12 MB) 

The National Park is a World Heritage area, please ensure that you stay on marked paths, take notice of signs and not take rocks or soil as souvenirs.

Help protect this place for future generations.

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