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 UP to 50% off  re – opening Special

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We know you’ve been waiting patiently to explore safely again (us too). On Saturday, 01 August, a refreshed, redesigned Ayers Rock Resort will re-open to guests. Our team has undergone extensive training on creating a safe, healthy, and unforgettable guest experience, and we’re ready to welcome you back with savings of up to 50% on 2, 3, and 4+ night stays.

As an iconic destination located in one of the harshest environments, we have always worked hard to provide the level of comfort our guests expect. Upon reopening Ayers Rock Resort, we’re implementing a new standard of safety and hygiene to meet a new level of expectation. Please review the What to Expect During Your Stay section (below) for more details on how we’re ensuring our guests enjoy a safe, healthy, and unforgettable experience as we reopen.

Guests will be treated to a fresh new look and feel when they arrive at Ayers Rock Resort, which has undergone an extensive redesign including all guest rooms and suites and improvements at Sails in the Desert, The Lost Camel, and the Campground. Airport infrastructure and facilities have also been improved, enabling guests to move through security faster and start their holidays sooner.

We can’t wait to experience Uluru with you and we’re excited to share our brand new look!


It’s time to explore again – make your first discovery an unforgettable one. Immerse yourself in ancient culture, soak up jaw-dropping natural beauty, wake up early to see the sunrise (worth it, we promise) or gather at sunset for a world-class dining experience you’ll remember forever.

Book with Confidence : Flexible Rate Special Conditions

These rate special conditions are supplementary to Voyages Ayers Rock Resort Small Groups Booking General Terms and Conditions which can be found here

· Rates are only available when booking for individual and small groups (being bookings of 9 rooms or less)

· The offer is valid at participating hotels and for travel from 1 August 2020 to 31 March 2021 only.

. Bookings can be rescheduled up to 2 days prior to arrival without a change fee

·   7 day cancellation policy will apply

· Should you reschedule within the 7 day no-refund cancellation period, your booking will remain non-refundable irrespective of any subsequent re-scheduling

· Flights are not included and need to be booked separately with Airlines

· Rates are quoted in Australian dollars

· Rates are inclusive of Goods and Services Tax (GST)

· These rates are subject to availability at the time of booking

Sails In The Desert $460  per room, per night 2 Night Special

Rate includes:
Indigenous activities program
Return Uluru Airport transfers
In-room Wi-Fi
All taxes and servicesIn

Australia’s Red Centre, the five star Sails in the Desert hotel contrasts Uluru’s raw beauty with a modern luxury brought to life by the mystery, colour and wisdom of the Anangu people. From the Mulgara Gallery, inspired restaurants, Red Ochre Spa to the private comfort of your accommodation, this living cultural landscape accents every facet of Ayers Rock Resort’s premier Sails in the Desert hotel.

Emu Walk Appartments $410 Per Room Per Night,2 Night Special

Rate includes:
Indigenous activities program
Return airport transfers
In-room Wi-Fi
All taxes and services

These are comfortable 4 star, fully-serviced apartments at Ayers Rock Resort. Spacious and well-equipped, Emu Walk Apartments can cater for up to six people – ideal if you’re holidaying with family or friends, or planning an extended stay. With over 65 tours, local activities and attractions within the Resort and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, your days will be action-packed.

The Lost Camel $330 Per Room Per Night,2 Night Special

Rate includes:

Indigenous activities program
Return airport transfers
In-room Wi-Fi
Taxes and services

The Lost Camel features contemporary, studio-style accommodation decorated in bright colours and crisp, clean whites. Furnished in a stylish mix of Aboriginal and urban themes, The Lost Camel brings a fresh, exciting feel to the Resort. The compact modern studio-style rooms feature a King-zipper bed, air-conditioning/heating, tea/coffee making facilities, in-room safe, TV, mini-fridge and a sunlit bathroom with separate shower, toilet and open-plan vanity. The rooms do not feature external windows.

Soak up the sun by the hotel’s central swimming pool, browse the shops in the adjacent Resort Town Square or take part in the many free daily guest activities on offer. While there are no restaurant facilities at this property, a number of dining options are located just outside the Hotel within the Resort Town Square and guests can also choose to dine at any of the restaurants and bars across the Resort, with room-charge facilities.

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Field of Light

The Field of Light art installation by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, is the largest Field of Light installation to date, more than 50,000 stems crowned with frosted-glass spheres will bloom as darkness falls over Australia’s spiritual heartland.
Guests at Ayers Rock Resort’s four properties can immerse themselves in Munro’s monumental experiential artwork in one of three ways. The entry-level Field of Light Pass includes return bus transfers to the remote site with time to experience the artwork. The Field of Light Star Pass includes the above, along with a selection of outback canapés with Australian sparkling wine and beers and with panoramic views of the installation from an elevated viewing area. The 4.5-hour A Night at Field of Light includes sparkling wine, drinks and canapés at sunset from an elevated viewing area, time to immerse in the artwork and a three-course bush tucker inspired buffet dinner showcasing native ingredients as well as return bus transfers and introduction by a host.