Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

A little bit of planning will ensure your visit to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is memorable for all the right reasons.

The first thing to consider is when you’re going to visit. The time of year will influence what you should bring, what you can expect to see in the park and how much walking you can do during the day. If you’re visiting during summer, our tips for staying safe in the park will help you beat the heat.

Getting to the park is easy by air or road. You will need a vehicle to get around the park, or you can join one of the many organised tours.

Deciding where to stay is easy thanks to Ayers Rock Resort’s numerous hotels and campgrounds catering to different budgets.

You should also check out our maps and visitor guides and read up on phone and internet access in the park.

And you’ll need a park pass, which you can pre-purchase online for quick and easy entry to the park.  

The school holidays are a busy time for the park particularly prior to sunrise and sunset.  The best way to speed up entry to the park is to buy your park pass online.  You can then enter via the outer left lane and scan your QR code on your park pass to raise the barrier.  Please have your pass ready to scan

You can also adjust the dates of your pass, prior to your visit, by clicking on the Manage your Pass link in the confirmation email you receive after purchasing your pass.

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