Packaged Flights to Ayers Rock > Red Centre Air Packages > Fly in Northern Territory HolidaysThe remarkable Ayers Rock is Australia most recognisable natural landmark and a great holiday destination for those seeking rugged outdoor adventures and rich history. The Anangu people, who are the traditional owners of the land, know the massive rock as Uluru and it is of deep spiritual and cultural significance to them; your journey to this unique place should include time to learn and understand the part Uluru plays in the local history. In addition to the important educational aspects of Ayers Rock/Uluru there are also many other exciting activities you can fill your holiday with and DISCOVER AUSTRALIA's superb Flight Packages will allow you to customise your perfect getaway.
Though this is quite the unhospitable region, the purpose-build resort town of Yulara makes a comfortable and relaxing holiday to Ayers Rock actually possible. Situated outside of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Yulara offers visitors all the modern conveniences you would hope to find on your holiday. Your Ayers Rock vacation won't have to be too rugged with the aid of an assortment of quality facilities, food and accommodation available in town and DISCOVER AUSTRALIA's selection of accommodation options will allow you to choose from lively and social backpacker hostels to luxury 5 star hotels with views of the Rock.
If you plan to take one of the walking trails around Uluru, it is recommended that you join a tour run by the Anangu people as they are highly regarded as one of only a few windows into the laws and nature of this spiritually momentous place. The many guided walks around Uluru offer views of a number of significant Anangu sites, Kantju Gorge and Mutitjulu waterhole. With DISCOVER AUSTRALIA's Flight Packages you can organise your Ayers Rock holiday the way you want it, and that might include time to enjoy Uluru at sunrise or sunset. These events are best witnessed at a distance so you can appreciate how the sun effect the Rock's colour and appearance; perhaps enjoy dinner or breakfast with a tour or at a hotel with views over the region.
While you're visiting the region you should also take the journey west to the sister site of Kata Tjuta. These domed rocks known also as The Olgas, are of great importance to the Anangu people as well as offer opportunities to hike and climb through the deep gorges and caves the Olgas form. You can stroll through the Valley of the Winds or Olga Gorge and catch a glimpse of some of the captivating creatures of the region, or view the area from Karingana and Kura lookouts. Your Ayers Rock holiday can be surprisingly easy to plan and affordable with the benefit of exciting Flight Packages available from DISCOVER AUSTRALIA.