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Top Things to Do and See with Adelaide to Ayers Rock Flights
Complete the Uluru Base Walk
The best way to see the many different sides to Uluru after your flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock is to walk around its base. A trail hugs encircles the monolith, stretching for 10 kilometres (6 miles). While completing the Uluru Base Walk, visitors with Adelaide to Ayers Rock return flights can get an up-close view of the famous red rock. Base Walk highlights that you can experience after your flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock include the Kantju Gorge, Mutitjulu Waterhole, and Kuniya Piti.
Hike Kata Tjuta
Located within the same national park as Ayers Rock is a series of domed rock formations known as Kata Tjuta. When you book cheap flights to Ayers Rock from Adelaide, be sure to set aside some time to visit this landmark. Similar to Uluru, these rocks stand out in a rusty red colour, which is especially impressive at sunrise and sunset. There are a number of hiking trails throughout Kata Tjuta that allow you to experience the beauty of the area. Popular hikes to do after your Adelaide to Ayers Rock flights are the Valley of the Winds walk, the Walpa Gorge walk, and a track to the Karingana Lookout.
Visit the Cultural Centre
The Cultural Centre of Uluru outshines the average visitor centre you’ll find in a national park. The Uluru Cultural Centre is set up like a museum and features exhibits that teach visitors with cheap flights to Ayers Rock from Adelaide about the diverse history of the region. When you visit the Cultural Centre after your Adelaide to Ayers Rock flights, you can learn about the park’s environment, see impressive Aboriginal art, and get more insight into the culture and stories of the Anangu tribe that has called the Uluru area home for thousands of years.
Experience Sunrise and Sunset over Uluru
When you book Adelaide to Ayers Rock flights, don’t miss the opportunity to see the Rock during the first and last light of the day. As the sun is rising and setting, a golden glow is cast over Uluru, causing it to turn a fiery red colour. This is the perfect time for visitors with flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock to experience the Rock in all its glory.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
The vast majority of visitors to Uluru stay at the nearby Ayers Rock Resort, which consists of seven hotels and serviced apartments as well as a campground. A Hop On Hop Off shuttle is available from the resort into the national park. Several shuttle stops are available around both Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Prices for the Hop On Hop Off bus start from $49 AUD for adults.
For extra freedom to explore the Uluru area on your own schedule, you could rent a car after your cheap flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock. Car hire is available from Ayers Rock Airport (AYQ), starting from about $90 AUD per day. You can also book a hire car at the same time as you book flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock on Webjet. If you want to explore some areas off the beaten track after your flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock, hire a 4WD for access to all of the Outback routes.
The Best Time to Visit
If you’re looking to explore Uluru in comfortable daytime weather, plan your cheap flights Adelaide to Ayers Rock in the winter. During the winter months, daytime temperatures are about 20° to 22°C with plenty of sunshine. This time of year offers the ideal weather for hiking through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. While Uluru is always busy, winter tends to attract the most visitors due to the great weather. If you book tickets to Ayers Rock from Adelaide at this time, be sure to reserve your accommodation early. When packing, also be aware that winter temperatures can dip to about 5°C at night. Summer is hot in Uluru with daytime temperatures of about 35° to 38°C. There is very little shade around Uluru, and visitors are recommended to complete their hikes in the morning before it gets too hot. Summer is also more likely than the other seasons to experience rain storms. Autumn and early spring offer comfortable temperatures in Uluru, making them great seasons to book cheap flights to Ayers Rock from Adelaide.