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Located in the MacDonnell Region in the south of Australia’s Northern Territory, Yulara is a small town with a resident population of just over 1000. However, since it’s just 18km from Uluru (Ayers Rock) and 55km from Kata Tjuta (Mount Olga and its surrounding domes), this unassuming settlement is a magnet for tourists from across Australia and the rest of the world. Also known as Ayers Rock Resort, you’ll fine a full range of amenities here, including hotels, hostels, cafes, restaurants and (naturally) guides tours to the aforementioned top attractions. This is the heartland of the Anangu indigenous people and the ideal base to learn more about the profound riches of Aboriginal culture.

Hiring a car to get around Yulara is one of the best ways to see Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and it’s simple with Enjoy Travel. For example, hiring a car like a rugged Mitsubishi Outlander costs just A$135.63 at Ayer’s Rock Airport if you book ahead of time, while a nine-seater Kia Carnival costs A$213.73 a day. Whether you want to scoot around town or head into the outback to see the amazing natural attractions in this unique part of Aus, hire a car in Yulara from Enjoytravel.com and unlock endless adventure!

Guide to Yulara

The new town of Yulara was proclaimed by the Governor General in 1976 as the official centre for tourism to Uluru and Kata Tjuta, after years of unmonitored tourist development near the base of Uluru and other sacred sites in the area was causing damage. The site became fully operational in 1984, complete with new accommodation, a shopping centre and staff residences. It’s now owned and operated by the Indigenous Land Corporation.

Things to do in Yulara

As a purpose-built resort, the main attractions here is obviously the stunning Uluru, where you can watch one of the world’s most spectacular sunsets while enjoying champagne cocktails and haute cuisine, or even from the back of a camel. Kata Tjuta is also terrific, and Maruku Arts operate an Indigenous art retail gallery at the cultural centre./p>

What to eat in Yulara

There’s plenty to tempt your taste buds in Yulara. For instance, Bough House at the Outback Pioneer serves native flavours like bush tomatoes and myrtle by the poolside, Arngulli Grill specialises in sizzling steaks and Geckos Café is famous for woodfired pizzas and burgers.

Transport in Yulara

There’s no public transport in Yulara, so you need a car to travel independently. Ayers Rock Airport (AYQ) is close by and it’s the ideal place to pick up your hire car.

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The distance between Melbourne and Yulara is of 2,305 km.
The distance between Sydney and Yulara is of 2,819 km.
The distance between Perth and Yulara is of 2,041 km.

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