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Uluru (Ayers Rock) Holidays

Outback Pioneer Hotel Holiday Deal

A great option for travellers on a budget with comfortable yet affordable hotel rooms, with full use of the Ayers Rock Resort facilities such as swimming pool, tennis courts, wifi internet (extra charge) amongst many.

Outback Pioneer Hotel

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia

3 Nights From $801

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Emu Walk Apartments Holiday Deal

Voyages Emu Walk Apartments are one and two bedroom partment accommodations located within easy reach of all the facilities of the Ayers Rock Resort. Catering for up to six people, the apartments are a fantastic option for families or friends, with self contrained kitchens, living areas and seperate bedrooms areas.

Emu Walk Apartments

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia

3 Nights From $880

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Desert Gardens Hotel Holiday Deal

The 4 and a half star Desert Garden hotel is a great poolside option with amazing views to Uluru. Its located close to all of the resort and touring facilities offered by the Ayers Rock Resort complex as well as offering private options including in room dining.

Desert Gardens Hotel

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia

3 Nights From $897

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Sails in the Desert Holiday Deal

Located in the heart of the Red Centre of Australia, the Sails in the Desert hotel is perfectly located luxury for experiencing everything that the Yulara area, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olga's) has to offer. You'll find luxury rooms with all the appointments as well as a thrilling mix of culture and history to make a trip to Sails in the Desert a must do

Sails in the Desert

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia

3 Nights From $1073

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Destination: Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Introducing Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Named after Sir Henry Ayers by William Gosse in 1873, tourists with a sense of adventure – and Aussies whose life mission it is to finally tick this place off their bucket list – are the kind of like-minded souls you’ll meet in Uluru.

Let’s cut to the chase: Ayers Rock was created over some 600 million years, originally sitting at the bottom of a sea – incredible to imagine as today it stands 348m above ground. Another gape-worthy fact: around 2.5km of its bulk is in fact underground.

Located west of the Simpson Desert, it’s about 335km south-west of Alice Springs, and 463km by road. It’s one of the most imposing natural wonders on the planet, but not the biggest: Mount Augustus in Western Australia is the winner of that title.

There is so much to experience in this vast, world-renowned expanse. It almost didn’t make the cut on Oprah Winfrey’s epic Australian itinerary, until music icon Paul Simon told her she simply must visit. Oprah took his advice, and found her connection to the Indigenous community was one of the most important spiritual experiences of her life.

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