Uluru Transport

Getting to Uluru


Qantas operate daily flights to Ayers Rock Airport via Alice Springs from Sydney. Qantas also offer direct flights from Cairns and Alice Springs.
Local call: 13 13 13
website: www.qantas.com.au

Virgin Australia operate daily flights into Ayers Rock Airport from Sydney as well as connections from all capital cities via Sydney.
Local call: 13 67 89
website: www.virginaustralia.com

Jetstar also operate daily flights into Ayers Rock Airport from Sydney. Jetstar also has a 4 weekly return service from Melbourne Tullamarine to Ayers Rock Airport (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday).
Local call: 13 15 38
website: www.jetstar.com


The drive from Alice Springs to Uluru (Ayers Rock) is 450 km There are 2 main routes to travel between Alice and Uluru

  • the all bitumen Lasseter and Stuart Highways.
  • or the Mereenie Loop Road (4WD required). The pass required to travel on this road is available at the Visitors Centre in Alice Springs or along the way at Kings Canyon or Glen Helen depending on which way you are travelling.

Getting around Uluru

AAT Kings run shuttle buses between the airport and the Resort. They also run a shuttle bus service around the resort every 15-20mins with well signposted pickup and drop off locations

Uluru Express (tel. 08/8956 2152) provides a minibus shuttle from the Resort to and from the Rock about every 50 minutes from before sunrise to sundown, and several times a day to the Olgas. They also offer an option to be picked up and dropped off at an agreed time if for example you only want to do part of the base walk. (subject to specific request and workload at time of request)

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