A one bedroom unit at Emu Walk Apartments at Ayers Rock Resort provided a comfortable, but occasionally noisy, few nights’ accommodation.
While the apartment was spacious and stylishly decorated, I could sometimes overhear my neighbours at night.
It came as no surprise to discover the apartments were originally built to provide accommodation for staff working at the resort.
While this may have resulted in the less-than-glamorous look and construction of the apartments, it also ensured they were ideally located to access all parts of the resort.
One of my reasons for choosing Emu Walk was the ability to prepare my own meals. The apartment’s kitchen was fine for this. It seems many young families had the same idea given a stay at the resort is expensive, especially during peak period. According to the families I spoke to, self-catering allowed them to save money and spend more of their travel budget exploring the wonders of Ulurua-Kata Tjuta National Park. The resort’s two bedroom apartments also seemed very popular with couples travelling together.
What: Emu Walk Apartments
When: August 20-23 2017
Who: Jenny Burns
Why: To visit Bruce Munro’s Field of Light
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For more information on Emu Walk Apartments visit the Ayers Rock Resort website.
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