Parks Australia has announced re-opening plans for Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, with visitors to be welcomed into sites around the park from Friday, 19 June 2020.
Walking tracks and sunrise and sunset viewing areas will be open but the Cultural Centre and associated businesses will remain closed at present. Please visit our website to confirm which sites you will be able to enjoy during your next trip to Uluru.
Located 462 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is home to the world-famous Uluru/Ayers Rock and the 32 weathered rock domes known as Kata Tjuta/The Olgas.
Explore Uluru/Ayers Rock by taking to the skies in a helicopter, or up close from the walking track at its base, or climb onto the back of a camel to circumnavigate it. Learn more about the local flora, fauna, bush tucker, and Anangu culture. The Anangu people are Uluru’s traditional custodians and have lived in the area for at least 22,000 years.
Ancient and monumental, Kata Tjuta/The Olgas soars above the desert. Challenge yourself to the 7.4-kilometre Valley of the Winds walk for spectacular views over the desert plains.
You’ll need a park pass, which you can pre-purchase online for quick and easy entry.
Aboriginal Culture Authentic Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Birdwatching Cafe Camping Carpark Coach Parking Cycling Disabled access available Discover Aboriginal Experiences Free Wifi Hiking Indigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion Indigenous owned and controlled Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Interactive Centre International Interpretive Centre National Picnic Area Public Toilet Scenic Drives Visitor Information Centre Walk Walks World Heritage
3 day pass – $25.00 adult, $12.50 child (5-15 yrs).
Family passes – $65.00 2 adults, 2 or more children.