Yulara

Yulara, most internationally known as Ayers Rock Resort is a tourist village in the Northern Territory in Australia with about 1,000 inhabitants. It was created in 1984 as the backbone of the tourism supply for access to the World Heritage Uluru (20 km) and Kata Tjuta (50 km) and has an airport. After 20 years, the originally tailored only to individual visitors supply station on five resorts in different categories, grown a campsite, shops and restaurants that accommodates all year lump-tour groups from many countries, especially European. A visitor center with advice and freely accessible Internet terminals informed individually possible, and only in the context of an organization bookable tours, u. a. with Aboriginal rangers to the land of Anangu. The population consists mostly of tourist season workers together; few residents live here permanently. To members of the Aborigines from the tribe of Anangu no alcohol is sold at the request of the local Anangu community. Although the city is now by air from Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and Perth in a few hours and reach some with direct connections, select individuals and package tour companies often have the become comfortable on asphalt road with cars and coaches have become, four- to five-hour overland trip through the outback of the Red Center, starting from 400km away in Alice Springs. For also in regular cars without four-wheel drive possible arrival of Port Augusta on the Stuart Highway will need to bring several days travelers.

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