Book Cheap Car Hire Ayers Rock Airport
Cheap car rental Ayers Rock Airport can be complicated and time consuming, but now it’s unnecessary. Car hire Ayers Rock Airport does the hard work for you when you need to rent a car. You don’t have to register or become a member of a club to take advantage of Rent Me a Car’s comparison and booking services. Hertz, Avis, and Budget are some of the cheap car hire in Ayers Rock Airport providers. You can choose the hire car that best suits your family size, purpose, and your budget. All the information is available in one place. Supply the date, time, and cheap model car you want, and the website will show the rental car rates and features from all the hire car rental companies. All of the information is provided for you, side by side, so that you can make a wise decision about model, price, and additional features. The rental car prices shown include GST (in Australia), vehicle registration, and basic insurance. Unless otherwise stated, unlimited kilometres are also included. If there is an airport tax that is included in the price you see online. As with any car rental, petrol is not included in the price. Other exclusions are an age surcharge for drivers under the age of 25, baby seats, additional insurance, and GPS. But, you can rest assured, there are no hidden fees. You’ll never encounter a cancellation fee or booking fee, so you can book it right then, online. It’s efficient. Moreover, it’s within your budget.
Ayers Rock Airport
Ayers Rock Airport, Northern Territory is also known as Connellan Airport and resides near Yulara, approximately five hours from Alice Springs. The airport is only about 20 minutes driving time from Uluru, or Ayers Rock, itself. More than 300,000 revenue passengers use this airport every year. The airport was begun by Edward Connellan, who started Connellan Airways. The airline specialized in transportation, mail runs, and Royal Flying Doctor Service. Qantas had given the airline planes called “Butterflies,” and Connellan also used Douglas DC3s. Due to the impact of tourists and tourism on the environment, it was decided that airport activity would be relocated outside the park. The tourist facility that developed was called Yulara and included a new airport. The facilities were in operation in 1984. In August of 2000, the Olympic Torch arrived at the airport from New Zealand, and was carried for a run around Uluru. Ayers Rock Airport has a passenger terminal with baggage claim, check-in desks, customs screening, vending machines, and passenger lounges. National Geographic has a shop in the terminal, and there are bus bays and short term parking outside. Qantas and Virgin Australia service the airport passengers, and Jetstar will begin flights in 2013.
A Different Perspective
You can scale Ayers Rock without damage to your knees or other joints, by taking a flight around the huge formation. Charter a plane or helicopter at the Ayers Rock Airport or at Kings Creek Station, and see it from the air. Observing the surrounding landscape against which the rock stands is unforgettable, at least. Make a memory flying over the George Gil Range and see cattle and camel stations.
Ayers Rock by Camel
See Uluru (Ayers Rock) the same way explorers did in the 19th century…on a dromedary. You can choose from sunrise or sunset rides that are quite short, or do a full exploratory adventure around Kings Creek Station. Watching the sun against the huge red rock is a marvel, whether on camelback or not. Sunrise rides include an outback breakfast of damper and billy tea. Sunset tours include a tipple and bush tucker.