Uluru Location Information

Map of Australia

Geographically located near the centre of Australia, Uluru (formely Ayers Rock) has its own airport and can be accessed by road and /or air. Rail access is to Alice Springs only

Distances (direct flight NOT Road) and flight times from the main capital cities are listed below .Please Note: Not all flights from the Capital Cities fly directly to Uluru. Travel may require you to travel via Alice Spring

Uluru to Distance (km/miles) time
Adelaide 1290km / 802 ml 1h 40min
Perth 1650km / 1031 ml 2h 12min
Darwin 1500km / 937 ml 1h 59min
Brisbane 2203km / 1345 ml 2h 45min
Sydney 2165km / 1369 ml 2h 45min
Melbourne 1903km / 1182 ml 2h 28min
Alice Springs 335km / 208 ml 40min

Map of Red Centre

If choosing to visit Uluru you can fly in directly to Uluru (Ayers Rock Airport) or fly into Alice Springs and drive the 460 km (5hrs) or catch a coach (6hrs) to Uluru.

Other things in the Red Centre

There are a number of notable attractions between Uluru and Alice Springs worth exploring (notably Kings Canyon and the West MacDonnell Ranges)

A popular itinerary for people who want to spend the extra time exploring around the Red Centre is to fly into Alice Springs and out of Uluru or Vice Versa

If planning to explore the Red Centre a minimum of 6 days is recommended.

Map of Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Distance between Uluru and Ayers Rock Resort is 18km (20mins by road one way)

Distance between Ayers Rock Airport and Ayers Rock Resort is 6 km (10min)

To make a Reservation call 1300 559 390 (within Australia) or email us info@uluru.com
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