Ayers Rock Resort Campground

Camper trailer Camp kitchen Camping fee Caravan access Disabled Dogs allowed Drinking water Dump point Fire prohibited Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers Information No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Powered site Public phone Ranger Special campsite Toilets Vehicle-based camping Cycling Lookout Nature walk Swimming Walking trails

The Ayers Rock campground has a very large shady camping area, with powered and unpowered sites. Cabins are also available, and there are bicycles to hire. The campsite includes a pool, 2 tennis courts and a wireless internet kiosk. The resort itself has all the facilities of a 5-star hotel, with easy access to tours. Look for the signpost 8 km before the park entrance.

Contact information

How to book: Lasseter Hwy, Yulara (08) 8957 7001 www.ayresrockresort.com.au

This campsite is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

This is probably the most iconic of all Australia’s national parks, and the one best recognised internationally. The majestic monolith called Uluru, which appears to magically change colour at sunset and sunrise, is the main attraction in the park, but the domes of Kata Tjuta, or the Olgas, are equally beautiful. There are a variety of walks in the park (the flat walk around Uluru is particularly recommended), and an excellent cultural centre that describes the Anangu people and their way of life. You can also take cultural walks, learning about Dreamtime stories, bush tucker and other aspects of Anangu life. There is no camping in the park, which is reached via the Lasseter Hwy, 255 km west of the Stuart Hwy.

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