Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a park in the southern portion of the Northern Territory of Australia, part of the so-called Red Centre of the continent. The National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage area. It is best known for Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock), a single massive rock formation, and also for Kata Tjuta (also known as "The Olgas"), a range of rock domes.
Yulara is the only service village nearby, built to offer supplies and accommodation for visitors to the park.
Visitors should understand that there are three locations that need to be familiar with when visiting. Firstly, the airport – that is known as Ayers Rock airport. Secondly, the National Park – that contains both the Rock (Uluru/Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta/The Olgas. The park closes at night, and has few services and no accommodation or camping. Thirdly, Yulara that is the resort town that contains all the services for the area. The three locations are all distinct, and you need to consider how you will travel between them.