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The Big Uluru Trek

9am Tuesday 23rd - 27th August 2016

At the Uluru Kata Tjuta region

Flights and Accomodation

 

Flights

Flights are available from all capital cities through Qantas, Virgin and Jetstar.

Mandatory gear checks will begin at 2.30pm on Monday 22nd August, so we suggest arriving no later than 1.30pm on the 22nd.

 

Accomodation

There are various levels of accommodation available at Voyages for your pre and post Trek accommodation requirements.  We have negotiated discounts off standard accommodation rates, and have reserved a certain amount of accommodation capacity for Trekkers.

Please make your bookings direct with Voyages, using this link which has been established exclusively for participants of the Big Uluru Trek. Book here

Camping

For those wanting to put out a swag, or pitch a tent, there is camping accommodation available at the Ayers Rock Campground.

Images below are of various Voyagers accommodation types. Click images for details.

 

Desert Garden Hotel - Deluxe Rock View RoomDesert Garden Hotel - Garden View RoomDesert Garden HotelEmu Walk Apartment - 1 Bedroom Apartment
Emu Walk Apartment - 2 Bedroom ApartmentEmu Walk Apartment - 2 Bedroom ApartmentEmu Walk Apartment - 2 Bedroom ApartmentOutback Pioneer Hotel - Standard Room
Outback Pioneer HotelSails in the Desert - Superior RoomSails in the Desert - Terrace RoomSails in  the Desert Hotel
Sails in the Desert Hotel - Pool

 

 

 

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Copyright 2016 © Big Uluru Trek. All Rights reserved

Selected images on this website were taken during the Burke & Wills Trek, 2014. As 2016 will be the inaugural Big Uluru Trek, we have selected images that are indicative of the terrain, logistics and overall experience of a remote, outback trek, run by Big Run Events. We in no way mean to deceive or pass off these images as being from the route of the Big Uluru Trek.