Yulara Overflow


3.7 from 21 users


Yulara, Northern Territory


This is only an overflow campground. Part of the main Ayres Rock Campground. Check in and pay at reception. This campground cannot be booked and is only in use when the main campground is full.

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Lat: -25.233358 Lng: 130.989135

User Reviews


Bob and Louise

We are in overflow, paying $135 for three nights in overflow. We have a van and a daughter in a tent.Apparently no tents allowed in overflow. We have parked up as far away as possible from the resort generators. Still I feel, even with earplugs, the reverberation of the generator plant. I cannot believe that we have paid to be stuck in a dust bowl with about six portaloos and have to suffer the reverberations of the resort generators going all night. What a rip off!!! It is so loud !! Never again!!! The campground description says that this overflow campground cannot be booked but we we allowed to book it as the main campground was full, what a mistake!


The Sunseekers

We stayed at the back on the border near the power plant. Not noisy at all. Plenty of space, flat as a pancake, a short walk to toilets and showers. Can be dusty so if you don't like it park on the north west side. A bit pricey for what you get but great if you haven't booked ahead and just rock up. Overflow is at the back of the campground so 5-10 minute walk to the entrance. Mostly drive everywhere anyway. Swimming pool opposite reception. Clean, tidy, well maintained amenities and camp kitchens.



Very roomy, a bit dusty but to be expected. Power plant next door is a bit loud + bright, but still had a great stay! A bit pricey at $45/ night for what it is, but a nice spot


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