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Orange sandstone, flat plains and gorgeous scenery make Ayers Rock a top holiday destination for explorers wanting a luxury adventure in the Australian outback. Also known as Uluru, thousands of travellers come annually to gaze upon the terrific monument that showcases the rich history and culture of the land down under.
Hotels here are wonderfully extravagant drawing inspirations from the natural environment surrounding them. Tented accommodation and glamorous rooms or suites are at the disposal of all guests wanting to ensure that their stint is as active yet restful as possible. Spas and gourmet cuisine are common practice in the five-star offerings here, so expect your appetite to be satisfied as well as your mind, body and soul.
Recovered from your jet lag? Learn more about the Aboriginal and indigenous tribes thanks to guided tours or alternatively head to the cafes and restaurants in the local Yulara town centre for some much-needed rest and relaxation along with home comfort food.
Once you’ve had your fill it’s time to have an extra once-in-a-lifetime experience as you roam the skies for a helicopter tour that’s as exhilarating as it is idyllic. If you couldn’t see why Ayers Rock was a World Heritage site, no doubt you’ll be able to once you hover through perfection.
Whether you want to hike, rock climb or even embark on a camel trek, all guests are catered too wonderfully with families and couples sure to be in their element. Head to neighbouring areas such as Talinguru Nyakunytaku to fully immerse yourself in jawdropping vistas that are everchanging thanks to the flora, fauna and wildlife that can be found nearby. This shape-shifting marvel has fully cemented itself as an icon of Australia. What you see in postcards is the real deal, and something that everybody simply must indulge in at least once.
Want to explore Ayers Rock but don’t know where to make a base? Call one of our personal travel managers now and find out the best hotel to call home for the duration of your stay. Boasting hikes, wonderful views and mouthwatering Australian cuisine, holiday memories are sure to be made here.

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Good to know

  • Currency: AUD
  • Nearest Airport: Ayers Rock International Airport
  • Must See: Uluru
  • In A Word: Adventure

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 31°c   Feb: 29°c   Mar: 27°c  
Apr: 23°c   May: 18°c   Jun: 13°c  
Jul: 13°c   Aug: 15°c   Sep: 21°c  
Oct: 25°c   Nov: 27°c   Dec: 29°c  


Ayers Rock in a nutshell

  • Explorers will be in their element thanks to the picturesque Uluru monument just waiting to be discovered. Home to phenomenal flora, fauna and wildlife, this is an expedition you won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
  • Fancy doing something a little different? Camel tours of Uluru are also available to indulge in, perfect for animal lovers and those wanting a memorable trek through the Australian outback.
  • Venture through Kata Tjuta for hours of walking trails and hikes that will put even the most experienced through their paces. Soak up pristine culture and history as well as the sun and views, and make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

  • For authentic flavours of Australia, head to Gecko’s Café. Kangaroos burgers are simply a must along with a wide range of home comforts such as pizzas, sandwiches and much more. Ideal for families wanting a relaxing meal, the décor is light and airy with contemporary flourishes.
  • Whether you want a quick-bite to eat or a chill out in between hikes, Kulata Academy Café is sure to please. Great food, coffee and customer service awaits all that enter and being close to the town centre and airport means it is in the ideal location.

Soak Up The Culture
  • For wonderful exhibits, lovely food and the chance to meet local artist, the Cultural Centre is wonderful for those wanting to find out more about the iconic surroundings. Learn about the Anangu culture and discover the beauty of Ayers Rock.
  • Wake up early or stay up late and head to Talinguru Nyakunytaku for mesmerising views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta at sunrise or sunset. Educate yourself on bush foods, tools and much more about the Anangu people as you take in the breathtaking vistas.
  • Alternatively, the whole family will love the guided bush walks available. Immerse yourself in the area where the Mala people first camped, learn how the park is managed and gaze upon rock art in the safe hands of a knowledgeable and helpful tour guide.

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