Uluru/Kata Tjuta


Where ancient culture meets natural splendour! Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) offer a mesmerizing encounter with the heart of the Australian continent. Uluru, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is more than just a rock – it’s a living cultural landscape considered sacred by the Anangu people.

Visit the Cultural Centre to learn about Anangu culture, join a guided tour, or explore the base walk at sunrise to see the changing colours. Nearby, the domes of Kata Tjuta create an equally breathtaking scene. Try the Valley of the Winds walk for a truly unforgettable experience.

Each year, the area hosts the Uluru Camel Cup, a quirky camel racing event that draws crowds from far and wide. Remember, respect the wishes of the Anangu by not climbing Uluru and always walking with a local guide when possible.

Uluru/Kata Tjuta

Area Regional Council
Ayers Rock Resort, Uluru



Population: 1099 | Uluru/Kata Tjuta

The township of Yulara supports Ayers Rock Resort where visitors to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are...