Despite its remote location, Uluru (Ayers Rock) is home to a number of accommodation options ranging from hotels to resorts complete with an excellent range of facilities including a bank and a supermarket. Set just a few kilometres from the National Park boundary, sunrise and sunset is a breathtaking spectacle.
Darwin accommodation is conveniently located in the city centre and along the Esplanade offering easy access to its most popular wildlife, cultural, historical, nature based and leisure activities and attractions and offers a modern range of accommodation and facilities as well as excellent shopping and dining.
Located 3 hours from Darwin, Kakadu accommodation is seamlessly interwoven into the unique ecology of the region. The size of Kakadu National Park means that accommodation options are spread throughout the town centre of Jabiru as well as Cooinda and South Alligator, just 45 minutes away.
A three hour drive from Darwin, Katherine offers only a few accommodation options however these are perfectly suited to exploring the natural attractions that the region is so well known for. The nearby Katherine Gorge and Katherine River is ideal for swimming and other water activities.
Situated in the very centre of Australia, Alice Springs offers a range of accommodation options appealing to the melting pot of tradition, nature and culture. Home to a number of tour operators, this is the ideal place to explore nearby natural attractions such as the MacDonnell Ranges and Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Kings Canyon accommodation features only one resort however, surrounded by the Watarrka National Park, it is the ideal place to get up close and personal with this majestic landscape. Just a few hours' drive from other places of interest including Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kings Canyon is a highlight to any NT visit.