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Children stay and eat breakfast free (rules apply).

Can I climb Uluru?

The climb is not prohibited, but Anangu ask as visitors to their land that you respect their wishes, culture and law by not climbing Uluru.

Can you climb Uluru?

No, the Uluru climb is now permanently closed.

In November 2017 the landmark decision was made by the Traditional Owners of this land and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board to close the climb for good. On 26 October 2019, a significant date marking the 34th anniversary of the Uluru hand-back, the climb was officially closed and the chain has been removed.

There are many other memorable ways to experience Uluru - from cultural tours to exploring on foot, by bike or segway. Visit the Cultural Centre first and plan your days in the park.

Read more about the closure of the Uluru climb.

Read more about the history of Uluru.

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Please note that travellers from outside the Northern Territory will be required to obtain a travel permit prior to entering NT. To board your flight into the NT, you must bring a hard copy of your permit to the airport.

Please refer to our FAQ page for the most up-to-date information on travel restrictions and requirements.