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.
You shouldn’t rush the experience of seeing Uluru and the Red Centre – book accommodation and stay a week or so to see some of Australia’s most iconic and surprising landscapes.
Places to stay near Uluru are all within the Aboriginal-owned Ayers Rock Resort. There you will find a range of accommodation, from self-contained apartments to an outback hotel, a 5-star luxury wilderness camp, hotels, backpacker rooms and a campground with sites and cabins. The resort is a good base, with shops and facilities, and tours leaving regularly to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
No drive into the Red Centre is complete without a stop to see the sheer sandstone walls of Kings Canyon. You can pitch a tent, book a budget bed or treat yourself to a deluxe room, or overnight in a secluded wilderness lodge on a working cattle and camel station, and relax after a day of walking.