World Heritage Site, Uluru, is one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks. A six-hour drive south-west of Alice Springs, the area is rich in the Indigenous cultures of Australia’s First People. Finding an affordable hire car for your journey to Uluru is easy with VroomVroomVroom, as we compare the best rates of local suppliers, ensuring great value on your booking.
|Available car types||Economy, Compact, Intermediate, Standard, Fullsize, Wagon/Estate, Van, SUV|
|Car rental suppliers||Avis, Hertz, Thrifty|
Secure great rates on car hire at Ayers Rock Airport (AYQ) with three suppliers to select from. Go straight from the plane to the collection counter, and get on the road to Uluru sooner.
Enjoy your time in Uluru with a hire car, perfect for a quiet drive or an exciting adventure. Here’s where you can collect yours:
127 Yulara Drive, Yulara 0872
10:00am - 3:00pm (closed 11:00am - 2:00pm) weekends.
170 Yulara Drive, Yulara 0872
8:30am - 4:00pm (closed 11:00am - 2:30pm) daily.
127 Yulara Drive, Yulara 0872
8:00am - 5:00pm daily.
In April 2019, our customers paid between AUD $64 and AUD $196 per day for a hire car. Prices vary depending on vehicle type, time of year, and booking duration. For current rates in Uluru, use our price comparison tool.
A Toyota Corolla Hatch or similar is the highest rated type of rental car in Uluru based on recent ratings by customers.
Hertz is the highest-rated car hire supplier in Uluru based on recent ratings by our customers.
You can pick up your hire car in Uluru and drop off in another location, however, most car hire suppliers will charge a one-way fee.
There are many ways to experience and explore the majesty of one of Australia’s most iconic sights. Enjoy walks including the Mala Walk, Lungkata Walk and Kuniya Walk to see Uluru from many different angles and learn about ancient traditions from an Aboriginal guide. Here are some of our favourite spots in and around Uluru:
Address: Uluru 0872
Learn about the history of Uluru and its Indigenous traditions. The Cultural Centre offers Aboriginal tours of Uluru, operated by an Anangu company, as well as cafe dining with amazing views, and a souvenirs shop with a selection of gifts, videos, clothes, and books, and venue facilities.
Address: Lasseter Highway, Uluru 0872
Explore the Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park and its many trails, each giving insight into Anangu culture. Time your walk to enjoy a stunning sunrise or sunset in Uluru, plus check out the Mutitjulu Waterhole, home of an ancestral watersnake, where waterfalls form during the wet season.
Address: Yulara, 0872
See one of Australia’s most iconic landscapes with a twist. See and learn about Uluru while gliding on your segway. There are several time slots to book including early or late morning, sunrise, and sunset.
Address: 170 Yulara Drive, Yulara 0872
If you’re searching for luxurious accommodation in Uluru, then drive your hire car to Ayers Rock Resort, which is known for its high-end facilities and superb location amidst the Outback. The resort also offers budget-friendly accommodation and a campground for those travelling by campervan.
Address: Yulara Drive, Yulara 0872
A luxury desert basecamp in Uluru, Kata Tjuta offers an unparalleled experience in the heart of a World Heritage-listed landscape. With only 16 tented pavilions, this boutique accommodation option provides king-sized beds in every suite, as well as fireplaces and balconies offering panoramic views of Uluru.