As Australia’s premier tourist destination, Uluru has an extensive transport network, and attendees will be able to reach the conference venue easily.
Travelling to Uluru By Air
Given the uniqueness of Uluru and its central location within the vast Australian continent travel by plane is the most popular option:
- Sydney: Jetstar and Virgin Australia offer daily direct flights to Ayres Rock Airport
- Brisbane: Jetstar offers daily direct return flights
- Melbourne Tullamarine: Jetstar offers daily direct return flights
- Cairns: Qantas offers daily direct return flights
All three airlines will offers connecting flights from most capital cities to Ayers Rock Airport. If you fly into Alice Springs, bear in mind that it is a 4.5 hour drive to the resort. There is also the option of a 1 hour flight.
Ayres Rock resort offers complimentary return coach transfers which arrive and depart to correspond with all scheduled Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar flights. There is no need to book this service. Just collect your baggage and the follow the signs towards hotel transfers and board a waiting AAT Kings coaches.
The Ayers Rock Airport, Yulara (Connellan Airport) is located just six kilometres from the resort.
The Ghan travels from Adelaide to Darwin and you can get off along the way before starting your journey again. Visit: for more information. https://www.greatsouthernrail.com.au/trains/the-ghan
If you have the time there are plenty of sealed routes to make your journey towards Uluru. Attendance at the Conference could be a pit-stop on your exploration of this incredible part of the world. National coach companies also offers bus trips to Uluru and beyond.
Public Transport in Uluru
A free shuttle bus moves around the resort every day and every 20 minutes between 10.30am and 12.30am. It stops at all the major area of the resort but does not go to the Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park.
You can also call Voyages Travel Centre on 1300 134 044 or +61 2 8296 8010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to organise car hire as well as transfers and tours to local sites like the Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park.