Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park re-opened to visitors at 12:00pm today Thursday 6 August with the full support of the Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation (MCAC). Read more

We are pleased to advise that Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park will move into Stage Two of the park’s re-opening plans on Friday, 17 July 2020, in-line with the re-opening of the Northern Territory’s borders to interstate visitors.

Some restrictions will remain in place including the closure of the Cultural Centre and there will be no public programs or daily guided Mala Walk. However, those businesses with a current Commercial Activity License or a Commercial Tour Operator permit will be able to apply to operate within the park from Friday, 17 July 2020. All operators working under licence and permit are required to send an email to Uluru.permits@awe.gov.au outlining your proposed arrangements for returning to operations in the park and to provide your COVID-19 Safety Plan.

What’s open

Venues/activities that remain closed

Staff are continuing to conduct additional cleaning in key contact areas and extra hand wash stations have been made available for visitors’ convenience.

Don’t forget to maintain social distancing. Some paths or areas may be one-directional or have other health and safety restrictions related to COVID-19, so we request visitors please observe directional arrows and signs.

We look forward to welcoming you back to our parks!