Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is one of Australia’s most well-known features. A site of cultural heritage with deep significance to the local Aboriginal population, Uluru is a unique attraction and it’s easy to see why so many people visit it year after year. Accessed from the gateway of Alice Springs, there are many options for visiting Uluru from Alice Springs.
How to Get to Uluru from Alice Springs
By far the easiest way of getting to Uluru from Alice Springs is to organise some kind of tour. Hiring a car and driving yourself is of course an option, however it is necessary to book in advance and there are certain requirements for driving in such a remote location. A shuttle bus from Alice Springs to Uluru is a comfortable way to travel, and an informative guide teaches visitors about the flora, fauna and cultural heritage of the area along the way.