Winding through Ayers Rock Resort is an avenue of self-contained apartments that feature separate kitchen and living areas, air-conditioning and a private balcony or veranda. Visit the onsite Cultural Centre to view Aboriginal displays and demonstrations. Take a guided walking tour or head to the viewing platforms of Uluru and Kata Tjuta to experience an awe-inspiring sunrise and sunset. At the end of a busy day, relax with a meal from one of the resort’s 13 dining venues and savour the serenity of the outback.
Why We Recommend Voyages Emu Walk Apartments
- Self-contained apartments; separate sleeping/living areas
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- 13 on-site dining options
- Onsite cultural displays and demonstrations
- Guided or self-styled walking tours
- Viewing platforms of Uluru/Kata Tjuta
Attractions Near Voyages Emu Walk Apartments
Free cultural activities on-site
There is an abundant selection of enriching cultural activities, many of which are complimentary, at the Ayers Rock Resort (aka Yulara). Traipse through gorgeous gardens boasting bountiful flora and fauna, either on guided tours or roaming at your own leisure. Have a resident guide teach you how to throw a spear or boomerang or enjoy the traditional Indigenous-dance displays.
You can peruse the many varied artworks at the Indigenous art markets, which are largely the work of unique local artists. Vibrant and captivating, these free options make for a truly authentic and fascinating experience. The resort welcomes audience participation and capturing special moments in photographs.
Camel tours by sunset or sunrise
Sitting atop a camel, relish in the gorgeous landscape of Uluru and Kata Tjuta in the traditional way. Take a ride by sunrise or by sunset, delighting in the spectrum of changing colours as dawn breaks or as the sun sets. With the rich hues providing natural magic, your skilled cameleer shares knowledge about surrounding flora and fauna on the trail.
Following an hour of stunning exploration, unwind with some authentic nourishment, such as the celebrated freshly baked beer bread damper smothered in earthy quandog jam. Sip on a comforting cup of billy tea on a morning tour, or choose from an array of beverages in the evening. To cap off the tour, you’re free to roam the Camel Farm Museum for rare historical insights.
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