Erldunda Northern Territory
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|Avoid the high prices of Yulara when visiting Uluru/ Ayers Rock and stay in Erldunda. It sits on the corner of the Sturt and the Lasseter Highway and is really a roadhouse more than anything else. It signals the turn-off point to get to stunning Uluru/Ayers Rock and the wondrous Kata Juta.
Although there are more than 250km between Erldunda and Uluru National Park, the savings on accommodation cost may make extra cost of petrol (and time) worth-while if you’re only on a day trip. The road-house is the most popular accommodation, but some cattle stations offer rooms at sometimes hefty prices.
Red sand and desert plains surround Erldunda, like most of Central Australia. But the journey to 'the big rock' has as many benefits as seeing the rock itself. Erldunda is one of the pit-stops along the way.
In the area
Chambers Pillar - A 50 metre-high rock monolith in the middle of the desert named by John Stuart.
Uluru/ Ayers Rock - an Australian icon of the Red Centre
Kata Juta / Olgas - Uluru's lesser known, but equally stunning neighbour is a set of 36 separate domes of red-brown earth, more than 30 kms in circumference.
a list of other towns in the Central Australia