Indigenous Australia at Ayers Rock Resort

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Ayers Rock Resort


Ayers Rock Resort, with five properties located near Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory, has debuted its new complimentary Indigenous Guest Activities program, providing daily entertainment for guests staying at any of its properties.

Taking place in an area that is central to each Ayers Rock hotel, activities include children’s indigenous art classes; Bush Tucker Yarns: Learning How Locals Live Off the Land; spear and boomerang throwing lessons; daily performances by the Wakagetti Cultural Dance Troup; interactive didgeridoo performances; indigenous art markets, and guided garden walks.

The Ayers Rock Resort portfolio includes the premium Sails in the Desert Hotel (standard rooms from $400), the Australian Tourism Award-winning Desert Gardens Hotel (standard rooms from $340), the four-star Emu Walk Apartments (1-bedroom apartments from $340), the Outback Pioneer Hotel and Lodge (from $198, standard rooms from $260), and Ayers Rock Campground, which offers non-powered and powered campsites (from $36 and $41, respectively) and air-conditioned cabins (from $150). All rates are per night. For more information, visit