Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

There is so much to do in and around Uluru-Kata Tjuta, from contemplating the vastness of the desert and the richness of Anangu culture to riding Segways through the landscape and dining under a star-studded sky.

Given the wide variety of activities on offer, we recommend staying at least three days to give yourself time to explore, learn, go on some adventures and take your time to understand this special place.

But don’t worry if you’re only here for a short visit. You can still see the main highlights of the park in a single day or less.

Got a bit more time? Ayers Rock Resort offers a variety of paid and free activities you can add to your schedule. Trot across the sands on a camel tour, see Uluru from the air on a scenic flight or enjoy an open-air dinner with some of Central Australia’s best views.

Visit the info desk at the Cultural Centre or the tour office in the town square at Ayers Rock Resort for more information about what’s on during your stay.

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Mutitjulu Waterhole. Photo: Tourism Australia

Half- & one-day adventures

You can see a lot in a short visit to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Here are the best ways to spend a day or less in the park.

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Dot painting with Maruku Arts

The two-day explorer

Spend two full days in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to get more of a feel for this amazing place.

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Cycling the base of Uluru. Photo: Tourism NT

The three-day immersion

Three days in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park gives you time to soak up the natural beauty and deep cultural significance of the landscape.

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