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Uluru Travel Guide: Your Spiritual Journey through Australia's Red Centre

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Uluru is one of the major attraction/landmark at the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a sandstone formation or an Island Mountain that is considered sacred by the locals, Pitjantjatjara Anangu and surrounds a string of hot springs, ancient paintings and caves. Uluru is serviced by a township named Yuluru, the town closest to Australia's major attraction, and is quite welcoming despite being a part of what's considered one of world’s least hospitable regions. While most travellers tend to leave out Uluru due to it's far-fetched location from major Australian cities, The feild of lights, the breathtaking landscape and beautiful sunsets are some of the reasons why Uluru is a must visit.

See frosted-glass spheres that gently illuminate the heart of Australia in changing colours under the light of a thousand stars, take a walk through the field of lights which has now been extended till the 31st of March 2020. Uluru holds some once-in-a-lifetime experiences that you wouldn't want to miss. Enhance your journey with our Australia holiday packages, ensuring a seamless and unforgettable adventure. Apart from the divine field of lights, you could take a walk through the base of Uluru, explore the caves, dine at exclusive open-air restaurants, ride a camel, or maybe a Harley, and set out to explore the area. Learn about the locals, rise early to witness the sacred sunrise, or just lay under the night sky to have a clear view of what the galaxy looks like minus the light pollution. Elevate your experience with activities such as a helicopter ride or skydiving – the list of possibilities is never-ending!

Getting in uluru

There are direct non stop and one stop flights from most Indian cities to Sydney International Airport. Some of the frequent operators include Qantas Airways and Jetstar Airways. After landing at Sydney you can take a 3 hour direct flight to The Ayers rock or Uluru.

DEPARTUREDURATIONLOWEST ROUND TRIP DEALS
Delhi12h, DirectRs 33,200
Mumbai16h, 1 stopRs 28,900
Chennai15h, 1 stopRs 18,500
Bangalore15h, 1 stopRs 27,500
Hyderabad16h, 1 stopRs 19,400
Kolkata14h, 1 stopRs 26,400
Cochin16h, 1 stopRs 17,500
Trichy16h, 1 stopRs 18,100

Getting out of uluru

There are convenient flight routes from the Ayers rocks to other cities like Bali, Auckland, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to help you extend your holiday. Some of thhe popular flight operators in the area are Qantas Airline and Jetstar airways.

Public Transport in uluru

The town of Yulara based near the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park is too remote to have public transport facilities. The best way to get from the resort to the Uluru site is by using the free resort shuttle that runs 20 minutes from 10.30am - 12.30am. And if you plan on travelling to the nearby attractions of Alice springs or Kings Canyon, you can book a seat in a private coach with Voyages Travel Centre It will cost you around 7000-9000 INR/person.
 

Taxi & Airport transfer in uluru

The Ayers rock resort provides complimentary shuttle services from the airport to the resort. On arrival follow you will find AAT Kings coaches waiting outside the terminal that you can board to reach your hotel/resort. Return transfers to the airport depart from outside your hotel approximately 2 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure times. It is advisable to check with the hotel for exact departure timings.

Transport & city passes in uluru

The Uluru Hop On Hop Off pass enables unlimited travel between the major attractions of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. 1 day, 2 day and 3 day passes are available starting from 6040 INR/Adult.

Driving & Car rental in uluru

Renting a car and self-driving to and around Uluru is considered one the best and cheapest way to explore the area. Not only do you get to enjoy the rugged backdrops on your way but you also get to explore the place cost effectively and at your own pace. You can rent a car from the airport, through your resort or pre book online with popular car rentals like Avis, Hertz and Thrifty car rentals.

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