Part of the Ayers Rock Resort, Voyages Emu Walk Apartments offer the only self catering accommodation in the resort. Surrounded by native trees which form walkways through the resort, Voyages offers an amazing natural and cultural experience of Australia's Red Centre overlooking the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
Accommodation at Voyages Emu Walk Apartments offers a choice of 1 or 2 Bedroom Apartments complete with fully equipped kitchens, air conditioning, and their own private balconies or verandahs offering spectacular views of the Australian outback. This Uluru (Ayers Rock) accommodation is ideal for families and groups of friends travelling together as provisions can be purchased at the resort shopping centre.
Voyages Emu Walk Apartments boasts an outstanding range of onsite facilities including a range of bars and restaurants, swimming pools, children's playground and much more. The resort also enjoys easy access to a number of scenic lookouts and popular tours and attractions. Voyages Emu Walk Apartments is a great base to explore the best of Uluru and surrounds.
All Rooms Feature:
1 Bedroom Apartment: Bedding is 1 King Bed + 2 Sofa Beds. Maximum room capacity is 4 Adults & Children.
2 Bedroom Apartment: Bedding is 1 Queen Bed + 2 Single Beds + 1 Sofa Bed OR 1 King + 1 Queen Bed + 1 Sofa Bed OR 1 Queen Bed + 2 Single Beds + 1 Sofa Bed + 1 Murphy Bed. Maximum room capacity is 6 Adults & Children.
Emu Walk Apartments are conveniently located right next to The Town Square with shops, a grocery store and dining venues.
Ayers Wok Noodle Bar: Perfect for a quick dining option offering classic Asian cuisine including noodles, rice dishes and soups. Located nearby the apartments in the Town Square. Open from 5pm, take-away only.
Gecko's Café: Serving gourmet pizzas, pastas and burgers, coffee and cocktails. Relax and snack outdoors on the terrace or opt for take-away if you're on the go. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Kulata Academy Café: This café offers sandwiches, salads and light breakfast options along with cakes, pastries and coffee. Open daily from 7am-2pm. Staffed by local indigenous trainees who are heading for a career in hospitality.
Additional Dining Options: Voyages Ayers Rock Resort has a number of dining venues throughout the precinct. Located at Sails in the Desert - Pira Pool Bar, Ilkari Restaurant, Walpa Lobby Bar. Located at Desert Gardens Hotel - Mangata Bistro & Bar, Arnguli Grill. Located at Outback Pioneer Hotel & Lodge - Outback Pioneer Kitchen, Outback Pioneer BBQ & Bar.
The following activities are free of charge:
The following activities are available at a charge:
A shuttle bus circulates Voyages Ayers Rock Resort precinct daily, departing approximately every 20 minutes between 10.30am and 12.30am. It stops at all Hotels, Campgrounds, the Resort Town Square, the Gallery of Central Australia & Uluru Camel Farm (it does not go to the National Park).
Children: 2-15 years are free of charge utilising existing bedding
Check In: 3.00pm
Check Out: 10.00am
Reception: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Address: Yulara Drive, Uluru, Northern Territory
Ratings are averaged based on 12 reviews.
Emu Walk Apartments & Voyages Ayers Rock Resort is an excellent facility. Comfortable, clean and family friendly. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
One bed Apartment at Emu Walk was excellent for our family of 4, though the air-conditioning was really noisy (but necessary!). Standard, basic apartment but very comfortable and convenient. The whole resort is really well laid-out with all accommodation/restaurant options within walking distance. The supermarket and cafes are only 2 minutes walk from the apartments. Unless you prefer to pay a premium for the guided coach tours, we would highly recommend hiring a car for the convenience of travelling to Uluru, Kata Tjuta and beyond at your own pace. Hiring bikes from Outback Cycling to ride around Uluru was fantastic, and the Camel Farm is well worth a visit even if you don't ride.
We loved our stay at the emu walk apartments and loved yuluru and our first experience of the NT . Wish we could have stayed longer and cant wait to explore the territory further at another date