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Ayers Rock Resort – Emu Walk Apartments, Yulara

The Emu Walk Apartments are spacious, bright apartments, ideal for families groups or individual travellers, right in the heart of Ayers Rock Resort. The apartments are self contained with limited cooking facilities. Emu Walk Apartments are within an easy walk to the resort shopping centre or resort restaurants, including Gecko’s Mediterranean-style cafe.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom Apartment

One bedroom serviced apartments are light and spacious, modern and comfortable. Ideal for families or groups, the apartments offer a kitchen, living and dining areas, a queen bed ensemble and a double divan.

Two Bedroom Apartment

The two bedroom serviced apartments offer a modern, comfortable setting. Spacious living and dining areas, a kitchen, and a configuration with a king bed, two single beds and one double divan, or two queen beds and one double divan, caters for up to six people.


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