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Aerial view of Yulara and Ayers Rock

There is no end to the beautiful scenery in Australia's Red Centre, and a campervan rental is the perfect way to explore Yulara and beyond. Travel through the outback in style and comfort, enjoying modern conveniences. VroomVroomVroom can help you find an inexpensive rental motorhome and camper in Yulara. Use our website to compare prices from Australia's top RV rental providers, and book now for a hassle-free reservation. We compare deals from Apollo, Britz, Real Value, Maui and Jucy to bring you the best prices.

See Yulara and the Red Centre with a reliable camper rental

Yulara gives visitors access to the world-famous treasures of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and the wider Red Centre. The World Heritage listed Uluru is a 20 minute drive from Yulara, and the incredible Kata Tjuta is just over 40 minutes. Take a longer roadtrip to King's Canyon, or follow the highway to Alice Springs. The Red Centre is home to some of the most amazing scenery in the world, and a campervan is a great way to see the sights.

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Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites in Yulara

Ayers Rock Campground

Voyages Ayers Rock Resort Campground, Yulara.

The establishment offers the finest accommodation for all budgets. Unpowered sites, camping sites, powered sites, village tents and 2 bedroom cabins are available at the site. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, communal shower, courtesy transfer, gas, ice, wireless Internet access, iron, kiosk, laundry, medical facilities, playground, public telephone, safety deposit box, shop, tour desk and outdoor swimming pool.

Top Attractions within and nearby Yulara

Ayers Rock or Uluru is a large sandstone rock formation hailed as a World Heritage Site for its beauty and historical significance. Uluru is one of Australia's most recognizable natural landmarks with its ever changing colours. The huge rock glows red during dawn and sunset. Visitors can follow the trails around Uluru and learn more about the history of the region and the local legends.

Kata Tjuta (also known as the Olgas) is located 30km from from Uluru, and is another area of cultural importance. Kata Tjuta is particularly popular at sunrise and sunset, when the changing colours put on an amazing show. There are walking trails at the site that give visitors beautiful views of the unique outback scenery.

Field of Light Uluru is a temporary outdoor light installation by Bruce Munro, containing more than a hundred projectors scattered through the desert. The huge installation covers an area equal to the size of seven football fields. It will remain in the area until 2018.

The Culture Centre in Yulara is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, and provides visitors with information about the culture and history of the traditional owners, as well as details about the local flora and fauna. There is also a shop on site where you can buy locally made souvenirs and artworks.

King's Canyon is a three hour drive from Yulara, located in Watarrka National Park. There is a number of hiking trails at varying difficulty levels, offering fantastic views of the canyon and its surrounds. The Rim Walk is challenging, but provides visitors with an opportunity to climb to the top of the canyon and look down on the valley below.