How do I plan a trip to Uluru?
Can you do Uluru in a day?
It might be a shame that you only have one full day to spend in Uluru, but fear not, Uluru can be experienced in a day. There are still loads of things to see and do whilst pressed for time. We're here to help you make the most of your trip and experience the best of what Uluru has to offer!
What should you not miss at Uluru?
We've pulled together our top ten list of tours and experiences for when you visit Australia's spiritual heart.
No – though this is a common misconception. Uluru is a five-hour drive south west of Alice Springs, so if you want to fly directly to Uluru, book your flights to Ayers Rock Airport (also known as Connellan Airport) in Yulara.
Our 3-day Uluru tour itinerary
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Doing it cheap at Uluru is simply not possible. You can walk around by yourself, ie you don't have to go on a tour, but walking around is of little use if you can't get there. In other words the missing part of your equation is the transport from Yulara to Uluru itself. Uluru Express might be your friend here.
Ride, fly, segway or cycle
Walking isn't the only way to explore Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Join a sunrise or sunset camel tour or see the icons from above in a helicopter - or for the more adventurous - take a tandem skydive!.
Uluru/Ayers Rock, giant monolith, one of the tors (isolated masses of weathered rock) in southwestern Northern Territory, central Australia. It has long been revered by a variety of Australian Aboriginal peoples of the region, who call it Uluru. It is the world's largest monolith.
No you can't drive out there on your own, you have to book one of the tours to see it.
Yes, it is definitely worth your time and money to visit Ayers Rock.
11 things to do at Uluru (that aren't climbing)