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Desert Gardens a Member Of Novotel Hotels - Yulara Hotels

Desert Gardens a Member Of Novotel Hotels

Yulara Drive, Yulara - Map
"Great View from our balcony"
This was a great trip! Uluru was just mind blowing and we are so glad with did a tour guided trip out to the rock cause we got to hear all about the history, our tour guide Chella from Seait tours was amazing! You must also go visit Kata Tjuta, I would describe that as EPIC!! we hired a car and drove ourselves, it was cheaper than getting dropped off there by coach, driving up to this rock it was like out of this world. Love it! Massive!! Sounds of Silent was ok, it was bitterly cold on this night and the food was cold before you could eat it. I guess it's an experience you have to try, but I think for $195 per person way over priced. We also took a helicopter ride around the two rocks, that was epic! all the different colours on land from up above were amazing. Great place to visit and get in touch with your spiritual side. 3 days was long enough, not much to do once you've seen the rocks, take lot's of money as it is quiet expensive but all worth it.
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Sails In The Desert, a member of Pullman Hotels - Yulara Hotels

Sails In The Desert, a member of Pullman Hotels

Yulara Drive, Yulara - Map
"Escape weekend"
Feel like this place has seen better days. A lot of the infrastructure looked due for maintenance and repairs. Pathways, gardens, the communal areas in general all looked shabby when you took a close look. Chairs in the main restaurant were dirty and need replacing. Shower over bath was a disappointment. Room service was not consistent. Staff was a real mix some good but most felt itinerant and not customer focussed. Room was comfortable though and clean. Food was expensive and average in quality. The experience of the dessert and the National Park was the real highlight.
Traveller from Melbourne
Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, this is Ayers Rock Resort's premium hotel. The interior décor …More
Emu Walk Apartments a member of Grand Mercure Apartments - Yulara Hotels

Emu Walk Apartments a member of Grand Mercure Apartments

Yulara Drive, Yulara - Map
"Very quiet hotel with good facilities. "
Spacious hotel unit with all facilities for laundry and cooking....some salt and pepper would have been nice though. We spent 2 nights there and would stay again if we returned.
Traveller from NZ
Sheltered behind gardens of native trees and forming a walkway through the heart of the Resort is an avenue of terraced …More
Outback Pioneer a member of ibis Styles - Yulara Hotels

Outback Pioneer a member of ibis Styles

Yulara Drive, Yulara - Map
We were very happy with our room, service & staff were lovely.
A Traveller
You'll find traditional Aussie hospitality at the Outback Pioneer Hotel, with your choice of 3.5 star comfortable, affordable …More
Sails In The Desert - Ayers Rock Hotels

Sails In The Desert

YULARA DRIVE - AYERS ROCK 0872, Ayers Rock - Map
Voyages Ayers Rock Outback Pioneer Hotel - Ayers Rock Hotels

Voyages Ayers Rock Outback Pioneer Hotel

Via Yulara Drive - 0872, Ayers Rock - Map

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    Pocket Guide: Uluru

    Don’t believe in magic? Uluru may change your mind. Rising above an arid, red-soil landscape, this staggering rock changes colour throughout the day and turns blood red at dawn and dusk. Although Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) is the star of the show, the Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park has a number of other moving and memorable sights and activities, including Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), bushwalks and Indigenous rock paintings, even dinner by candlelight beneath a starry sky. Book your Uluru hotel below, or browse our range of customisable Uluru packages, and make a connection with this mysterious ancient land.


    The Anangu people are the traditional owners of Uluru and run the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, founded in 1950. According to Dreamtime legends, Uluru was created by the Ancestors at the dawn of time. It stands 1,142 feet tall above the ground, but like an iceberg, it has a lot going on below the surface (it’s believed to extend at least 2.5km into the earth!). In 1873, explorer William Gosse re-named the rock after Sir Henry Ayers, but Uluru reclaimed its Aboriginal name in 1993.

    Things to do

    It’s no secret that watching the sunrise and sunset at Uluru is a spectacular experience. You’ll also want to admire Kata Tjuta (‘The Olgas’), 36 huge sandstone domes. You can ride a camel over the red dunes, take the 10.6km loop walk around Uluru’s base, and check out the rock art in shelters on the Kuniya and Mala Walk. One must-see sight is Mutitjulu Waterhole, one of several waterholes at Uluru, a secluded and tranquil pool surrounded by towering walls of ochre rock.

    If it’s a little overwhelming, start your journey at the Cultural Centre, where you’ll be able to not only pick up a visitor guide and chat to the staff about your options, and also check out some Indigenous art and even take your own dot-painting workshop.

    Shopping and dining

    Uluru has limited shopping in the form of Maruku Arts and Crafts, where you can buy contemporary Ananagu. For an unforgettable evening, dine under the desert skies on a buffet inspired by bush tucker, complete with didgeridoo music and a Star Talker telling the stories of the skies.

    Getting here

    Check out our cheap flights to Ayers Rock. You’ll land at Connellan Airport in Yulara, where you can get a shuttle to your Ayers Rock accommodation.

    You can also book a flight to Alice Springs and some Alice Springs accommodation, hire a car and take a long dusty outback drive to Uluru. However you choose to see it, Uluru is a sight to behold!

    Image Credit Uluru under Creative Commons