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Uluru, Ayers Rock Weather
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Uluru, Ayers Rock Weather

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Ayers Rock, Uluru, Ayers Rock is based within the Red Centre of Australia that is a semi arid hot, dry desert. People usually associate dramatic temperatures that soar during the day and really balmy nights, but once you reach Ayers Rock, Northern Territory you will be amazed at just how different it really is when you get here. Depending on when you plan to holiday in Uluru the temperatures can vary from one extreme to the next, with hot days through summer and really cold nights during winter.

With temperatures ranging from 5 degrees right through to 37 degrees it might just pay to find out just what the weather is doing for your trip to Ayers Rock. During summer the days are usually hot so a t-shirt and shorts is pretty much all you will need and come nightfall you can retire to your air conditioned holiday accommodation for some relaxation or even just laze by the pool. Even though you are in the desert Alice Springs still offers plenty of relaxed fun in the shade with ideal picnic grounds, gardens and shady gum trees to sit underneath.

Autumn and Spring are some of the best months to make your way to Ayers Rock to see the huge monolith as temperature sit at about 30 degrees during the day and fall to around the low 20’s during the night. Between these seasons you can experience all that Ayers Rock offers without doing it in the blistering sun, but no matter what time of year you are planning on travelling to Uluru to famous rock climb should always be done in the first few hours of the morning because even in Winter even the most fittest person can have serious problems due to heat exhaustion.

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Winter time at Ayers Rock is quiet surprising, because being in the desert you would never expect to have nights that fall to around 3-5 degrees and reach around 19-20 degrees come day light. You are certainly going to need to pack a few jumpers if you plan to come here during the winter period. Ayers Rock, Uluru is located right in the heart of the desert do rainfall here isn’t every really a problem. Uluru National Park receives annually around 12 inches of rain which isn’t much at all, so no need to pack your umbrella for this trip. All throughout the year, the weather for Ayers Rock, Uluru will be perfect for you to get out and about so that you can see the famous Rock, go exploring, see a variety of attractions and enjoy a holiday in the desert.