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Ayres Rock Hotel Accommodation - Northern Territory Australia

Ayres Rock (Uluru) hotels,  Tourist apartments & accommodation



Ayers Rock ( Uluru ) The Olgas (Kata Tjuta) and Surrounds

Rising from the broad desert plain in the deep centre of Australia, Uluru/Ayers Rock is Australia's most recognisable natural icon. The famous sandstone monolith stands 348 metres high and, like an iceberg, has most of its bulk below the surface. It is located 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. 40 kilometres to the west of Uluru/Ayers Rock is Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas. This massive pile of rock domes dates back 500 million years.

Both Uluru and Kata Tjuta have great cultural significance for the Anangu traditional landowners, who lead walking tours that inform about the local flora and fauna, bush foods and the Aboriginal Dreamtime stories of the area.

Watarrka National Park, encompassing Kings Canyon, lies 300 kilometres to the north-east of Uluru and 310 kilometres west of Alice Springs. Kings Canyon has 300-metre-high sandstone walls, walking trails, palm-filled crevices and views across the desert.

Ayers Rock Resort Hotels, Holiday Apartments, Conference Venues and Family Accommodation.

Regardless of where you stay while you’re at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, from the sanctuary of five stunning hotels, or the intimacy of Ayers Rock Resort Campground, you can experience the beauty of the living cultural landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, in Australia’s Northern Territory.

Here, you can immerse yourself in the timeless landscape of one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders. With over 65 tours, local activities and attractions within the Resort and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, your days will be action-packed. Ride a camel across the desert dunes. Hop on a Harley, or embark on a base walk of Uluru (Ayers Rock).

This superb oasis provides a variety of accommodation options for every possible taste and budget, suiting family holiday makers, conference delegates, back packers, international and domestic tourists - from the luxurious five-star Sails in the Desert Hotel, and Australian Tourism Award winning Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel, to the Voyages Emu Walk Apartments, the modern Voyages Lost Camel Hotel, the authentic Voyages Outback Pioneer Hotel and Lodge, and the Voyages Ayers Rock Campground, offering powered campsites and air conditioned cabins.

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Voyages Ayers Rock Resort

Desert Gardens Hotel - Ayers Rock Accommodation

Desert Gardens

Desert Gardens Hotel - Hotel Overview

A superior 4 star hotel at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, Desert Gardens Hotel is set amongst magnificent ghost gums and flowering native shrubs. Each of the 218 rooms of the Desert Gardens features the unique flora of the Central Australian Desert. Centrally located to all resort and touring facilities, the hotel offers a range of stylish accommodation, from shaded poolside rooms to superb deluxe rooms.

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Emu Walk Apartments - Ayers Rock Accommodation

Emu Walk

Emu Walk Apartments

Sheltered behind gardens of native trees and forming a walkway through the heart of the Resort is an avenue of terraced apartments. Light and spacious accommodation, well equipped fully serviced holiday apartments, the Emu Walk Apartments cater for up to six guests - which is ideal for holiday apartment accommodation. All apartments are fully self-contained, with separate kitchen, living and bedroom areas.

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Lost Camel Hotel

Lost Camel Hotel

Contemporary, 3˝ star studio-style accommodation, The Lost Camel features 99 guest rooms. The lobby features contemporary furnishings, bright open spaces, and an intimate café and bar. At the heart of the hotel is an inviting pool and deck, where guests soak up the sun and relax in between tours.

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Sails In The Desert Hotel - Ayers Rock Accommodation

Sails in the Desert

Sails In The Desert

Voyages Sails in the Desert is the ultimate in 5-star comfort at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort. Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, this is the perfect base from which to experience this mystical landscape. So immerse yourself in the beauty of an ancient world from the sanctuary of this world class resort.

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Driving to the Olgas (top left)Kings Canyon (top right)

Harley Davidson Tours - Ayers Rock

Mala Walk Ayers Rock (bottom left)


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Things To do and See in The Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

Situated 462 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is connected to Alice by networks of sealed roads and has its own airport, with flights to and from Alice Springs, Melbourne, Sydney, Cairns, Perth and Darwin.

40 kilometres to the west of Uluru/Ayers Rock sits Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas - a massive pile of ancient rock domes. The Uluru and Kata Tjuta you see today are the remains of erosion that began around 500 million years ago. Like icebergs, both formations are but visible tips of enormous slabs of rock that extend as far as six kilometres into the ground.

Archaeological work suggests that Aboriginal people have lived in the area for at least 22,000 years. The Anangu people are Uluru's traditional custodians but until recently, the famous monolith was known as Ayers Rock, named after former premier Sir Henry Ayers by European explorer William Gosse, who first sighted the rock in 1873. Uluru was returned to the care and ownership of the Anangu in 1985 and they now jointly manage the national park with Parks Australia.

There is a $25 entry fee into Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park which allows multiple entry for three consecutive days. A range of accommodation from camp sites to five-star luxury is available at the Ayers Rock Resort in the township of Yulara, purpose built to service travellers to the Park. The Yulara Visitors Centre provides information on local history, geology, flora, fauna and culture and sells souvenirs and educational gifts.



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