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Planning a trip to Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, Lasseter Hwy, Uluru NT, Australia

31st Mar to 5th Apr, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Things to do in Uluru in March

Day 1 - Monday 1st, Apr
morning -

Arrive at Ayers Rock Airport

afternoon -

Visit the Cultural Centre to learn about Anangu culture

evening -

Experience the Sounds of Silence dinner with a view of Uluṟu

Day 2 - Tuesday 2nd, Apr
morning -

Watch the sunrise at Uluṟu

afternoon -

Explore the base walk around Uluṟu

evening -

Dine at Tali Wiru for a fine dining experience under the outback sky

Day 3 - Wednesday 3rd, Apr
morning -

Explore the Valley of the Winds walk at Kata Tjuṯa

afternoon -

Visit the Liru Walk for a glimpse into the local fauna and flora

evening -

Dinner at Kulata Academy Cafe for indigenous Australian cuisine

Day 4 - Thursday 4th, Apr
morning -

Attend a dot painting workshop at Maruku Arts

afternoon -

Visit the Maruku Arts marketplace for authentic indigenous art and crafts

evening -

Explore local flavors at Arnguli Grill & Restaurant for a modern twist on indigenous ingredients

Day 5 - Friday 5th, Apr
morning -

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at one of the local cafes

afternoon -

Explore the Aboriginal Art Markets for souvenirs

evening -

Departure from Ayers Rock Airport

Weather in Uluru in Invalid date
Avg Temp20°C to 33°C
Chance of Rain10%

April is typically a warm and dry month in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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Things to Carry on your trip to Uluru

Clothing & Apparel

Moisture-wicking clothing -

For staying comfortable in the heat.

Hiking pants or shorts -

For comfort and durability on walking trails.

Closed-toe hiking shoes -

For ankle support and protection.

Hat with a brim -

For sun protection.

Swimsuit -

For swimming in the resort pool or waterholes.


Sunscreen -

For sun protection.

Sunglasses -

For eye protection.

Insect repellent -

For keeping away insects.

First-aid kit -

For minor injuries.

Camera -

For capturing memories.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa -

For identification and entry into the country.

Travel insurance -

For peace of mind in case of emergencies.

Money and credit cards -

For making purchases.

Reusable water bottle -

For staying hydrated.

Snacks -

For energy boosts between meals.

Good to have

Binoculars -

For wildlife viewing.

Headlamp -

For night activities or emergencies.

Travel guide -

For information about the park and its attractions.

Walking sticks -

For support on challenging hikes.

Small towel -

For swimming or wiping away sweat.


Phone and charger -

For communication and photography.

Power bank -

For charging electronics on the go.

Headphones -

For listening to music or podcasts.

Camera -

For capturing memories.

Drone -

For capturing aerial footage (if permitted).

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and major credit cards are widely accepted.


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