How to get there
Ayers Rock Resort's remote location offers delegates a sense of clarity that only comes with distance. Located at the gateway to the World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, in Australia's Northern Territory, the Resort is easily accessible from all capital cities.
Ayers Rock Resort is a short 10-minute coach transfer from Ayers
Rock Airport. The Airport welcomes an average of 350,000 to 400,000
commercial passengers each year. Both Qantas and Virgin Australia
fly to Uluru
(Ayers Rock Airport). Direct flights are available from Sydney,
Perth, Cairns and Alice Springs. Flights from Brisbane and
Melbourne connect through Sydney and Alice Springs. Flights from
Darwin and Adelaide connect from Sydney or Alice Springs.
For large groups or customised travel itineraries private charters can be arranged with either Qantas or Virgin Australia.
Complimentary return coach transfers from Ayers Rock Airport to Ayers Rock Resort meet every scheduled flight. The return transfer collects delegates from their hotel approximately two hours prior to flight departure. Exclusive transfers are available for an additional charge and recommended for conference groups and delegates.
Jumping behind the wheel is a great way to explore Central Australia. Hertz, Thrifty and Avis car rentals are available at Ayers Rock Resort. Choose from a range of vehicles including 4WDs or standard sedan options. Pre book car hire with your event organiser to avoid disappointment.
While all hotels and facilities are within easy walking distance, delegates can easily explore the Resort using the free shuttle bus. The bus circulates the Resort complex daily between 10.30am and 6.00pm, and 6.30pm to 12.30am. It departs each bus stop approximately every 20 minutes.