Whether you're after a little bit of luxury or the wide open space of a camp ground, you'll find the perfect spot to sit back and relax in the spiritual heartland of Australia.
This is the time to slow down and savour the moment. You shouldn’t rush the experience of seeing Uluru and the Red Centre. Book accommodation and stay a week or so - it’s the perfect opportunity to connect with the people, culture and spirit of the landscape.
Places to stay near Uluru are all within the Aboriginal-owned Ayers Rock Resort. Here you will find a range of accommodation options. From self-contained apartments, an outback hotel, 5-star luxury accommodation, hotels, backpacker rooms and a campground with sites and cabins. The Ayers Rock Resort is a good base with shops, facilities and guided tours leaving regularly to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
No drive into the Red Centre is complete without a stop to see the soaring sandstone walls of Kings Canyon. You can pitch a tent, book a budget bed, treat yourself to a deluxe room, or overnight in a secluded wilderness lodge on a working cattle and camel station.
Accommodation options will welcome you with open arms as you relax after a day of exploring.