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Lasseter Highway, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Lasseter Highway, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Nothing can really prepare you for standing first at the foot of this mighty rock. It is genuinely awe-inspiring. Learning about it's geological past and cultural significance is a must.

Thank DavidCarolKt
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Not as awe struck as I thought I'd be, but well worth the trip though. I enjoyed the Olgas more. Dinner under the start was well and truly a fantastic night. A little pricey, but well done, and great value for the amount of food...More

Thank Russ2652
Reviewed 5 days ago

How do you describe in words a magical, sacred rock such as Uluru? The sunset viewing was sublime. We were so lucky to have perfect weather. Tip- watch out on the sides of the road for tiny Thorny Devils. So cute!

1  Thank AndyM3714
Reviewed 5 days ago

Uluru should be visited by all Australians. It is an iconic location The heart of our great land. We spent time walking and enjoying and taking lots of photos

Thank ailsamcd
Reviewed 6 days ago

Sunset or sunrise, the views are magnificent. Explore the surrounds of Uluru, take in the rich, red earth, the stories of the Anangu people and their cave drawings.

1  Thank Muriel A
Reviewed 6 days ago

We flew over it, walked around it and covered it from every angle but climb it as the Aboriginal people have asked us not to climb it as is their right. We did sunrise walks and sunset fly overs and I have to say it...More

1  Thank Mums4Kids
Reviewed 6 days ago

It is special and my title doesn't do it justice but it is just a big rusty rock. You can see why it holds a special place with the Aboriginal people being this big lump in the middle of a flat land. It is interesting...More

Thank Wayne K
Reviewed 1 week ago

When we first saw the Rock it was in omg- it just takes your breath away. We had a room overlooking the Rock so was able to watch the colour changes that happen through out day. the weather is cool in the morning and quite...More

1  Thank Toni B
Reviewed 1 week ago

An awesome place to visit. Sunset or sunrise, it is worth seeing. Definitely worth hiring a car, as tour buses are way more expensive to go and see the rocks (Urulu-Kata Tjuta) just be aware as all car rental companies have only 100km per day...More

1  Thank Richard P
Reviewed 1 week ago

The view of the rock is great. Abit disappointing with sunrise and sunset because the sunset and rises behind the viewing area not behind the rock. Still nice but not what l expected. Turned around and took photos of sunset and sunrise behind me. Its...More

1  Thank Andrea M
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Hi everybody! I'm looking to go to Ayers rock over the Easter break the 14-17 of April and hiring a camper for our time there do you have to stay in caravan parks or can you stay in campers along the way? Also is this a good time of year to go weather wise? I'm worried about the park and / or trails being closed which I've heard happens... Many thanks, Mike
18 March 2017|
Response from Liesl132015 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I visited Uluru and the Red Centre with a hired camper van in 2002. I seem to remember that we had to be very careful where we stopped overnight because the Anangu (local Aboriginals) don't allow camping all over their... More
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Hi, been reading lots about flies. Will that be a problem in June too? Thanks!
5 March 2017|
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Response from Gillsjourneys | Reviewed this property |
I think flies are always a problem. I was there in October and it wasn't too bad but best to buy a hat with a net to protect you from them. You will have a great time. It's an amazing place.
Hi there. I'm flying to Uluru 30/03 -2/04 (so 3 nights in total). Planning to hire a car ad drive around. Was thinking about Staying in the park for a night (see sunset, sunrise) and to visit Kata Tjuta. THEN to go drive to Kings Canyon. Is this crazy given time restrictions? BTW, i'll be a solo traveler. Many thanks,
22 February 2017|
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Response from AugustoMonteverdi | Reviewed this property |
You cannot "stay" in the park. The closest (and only) accommodation, including the campsites, is at the Ayers Rock Resort in Yulara, some 15 kms outside of the park. Kata-Tjuta and Uluru are part of the same park--one park... More