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Yulara - Cities, Towns and Localities

Proclaimed in 1976 by the then Governor General, the township of Yulara arose out of a need to cater for the boom in tourism to the formerly named Ayers Rock (now known by its original name of Uluru) and to control the detrimental effects that mass tourism had on the local environment.

Yulara, today is considered a resort township, currently operated by Voyages Hotels and Resorts, with most residents working in the resort or as tour operators. There are also some government employees living there.

With its own airport, the Yulara Tourist Village is accessible by sealed road from Alice Springs (445 km) with most visitors coming to the region to experience the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, with its iconic Uluru (located just 20 km from the resort) and Kata Tjuta.

Many visitors also hoose to visit nearby Kings Canyon (Watarrka National Park), located approximated 310 km by road.

For additional information contact the local tourism visitor centre, the park administration, or your tour and information desk at the resort. Accommodation is available at Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and Uluru.

Information Centre Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park - Park Administration

Central Australian Visitor Information Centre - Alice Springs

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