Uluru & surrounds

Stay: There are only a handful of options for those wanting to stay at Uluru, so if you are travelling independently, make sure accommodation is available when you want to stay. 

Visit: What Australian does not know the iconic site of the changing colours of Uluru at sunset and sunrise? This is one on my family holiday bucket list. But this area is more to the region than Uluru (Ayers Rock). With its rich Aboriginal culture and striking scenic sites, it is a great place to plan your family escape.

Please note: Prices listed are indicative and are intended to guide families on what they might expect to pay at a standard rate. They do not take into account price rises for peak periods or specials and deals offered throughout the year.

Desert Gardens Hotel (sleeps up to 4) Stay here if you want: Hotel accommodation (2 double beds) with deluxe rock-view rooms and shaded poolside rooms.

Prices from $364 a night

Family Friendly Features:

  • cots (subject to availability
  • free WIFI
  • free daily activities
Emu Walk Apartments (sleeps up to 6) Stay here if you want: Self-contained apartments within the Ayers Rock Resort complex.

Prices from $378 a night (2 night minimum)

Family Friendly Features:

  • free parking
  • free WIFI
  • free daily activities
Sails in the Desert Hotel (sleeps up to 4) Stay here if you want: A more luxurious hotel stay at Uluru, with rooms featuring a balcony or terrace.

Prices from $388 a night

Family Friendly Features:

  • free parking
  • free WIFI
  • free daily activities

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