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Background Information

Learn about this unique opportunity to invest in one of the world’s most recognised locations.

The opportunity 

Uluru is a major draw card for visitors to Australia and the Northern Territory. It is Australia’s most recognised symbol, nationally and internationally and its rich culture
and scenery attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

We are always looking for ways to share this extraordinary place with visitors so they learn about our environment and culture and want to return. Now you have a chance to become part of that story.

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board of Management is calling for Expressions of Interest for fresh, exciting and engaging visitor experiences and/or commercial activities that complement existing operations and conserve park's world heritage listed values.

The Board will assess the submissions received with successful applicants being offered a licence or sublease to operate in the park.


Find out how to apply     Apply online               


Key timeframes

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Call for Expressions of Interest Released


9 July 2015

Site visits (optional)

By appointment, 28-30 July, 21-22 August or 8-10 September

EOI submissions close

4 00pm (ACST)
Wednesday 30 September 2015

Proponents potentially invited to present their proposal to the Board of Management at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Early to mid November 2015
(proponents to be advised of specific date and time by mid October)

Notification of outcome to proponents

30 November 2015

Check out our interactive map

uluru map viewerLooking for inspiration?

Whizz around Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park with our interactive map and explore its many walking tracks, cultural sites and visitor sites that are settled on our rich red sand.

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