About Uluru (previously called Ayers Rock)

The Anangu people, the traditional owners of the land, have lived in this area for tens of thousands of years and have a deep spiritual connection to Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Visitors are encouraged to respect the culture and traditions of the Anangu people and learn about their history and beliefs through guided tours and cultural experiences.

 

Uluru and Kata Tjuta are not only visually stunning but also have significant geological and ecological importance. They are home to a variety of unique plant and animal species, some of which are found nowhere else in the world. The park also contains important water sources and geological formations that provide insights into the region’s geological history.

Visitors can experience Uluru and Kata Tjuta in many ways, from walking around the base of Uluru to hiking through the domes of Kata Tjuta. There are also cultural experiences available, including guided tours with Anangu guides and opportunities to learn about traditional Aboriginal art and culture.

 

Weather

 

Yearly
Temp (°F) Temp (°C)

Rainfall

Average Daily Average Daily Average Monthly
Month

Max

Min
Max
Min
in
mm
January 100 70 37.5 20.9 1.9 47.7
February 97 69 36 20.5 1.8 45.8
March 92 63 33.4 17.3 1.9 49.5
April 84 54 28.7 12.2 0.9 25
May 74 46 23.4 7.9 0.8 21.6
June 69 41 20.3 4.9 0.8 21.1
July 69 38 20.3 3.4 0.3 9.2
August 73 42 22.6 5.5 0.5 13.2
September 80 48 26.4 9.1 0.7 18.7
October 89 56 31.4 13.5 0.9 23.5
November 94 63 34.2 17 1.4 34.5
December 98 67 36.8 19.7 0.7 18.8