Yulara (Ayers Rock - Uluru)

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Takeaway alcohol sales Information

Notice, to buy takeaway alcohol, you will need photo ID for the Banned Drinker Register

Outback Pioneer Hotel

Available
  • 7 days from 12 noon to 9pm

Limits:

  • Sales of take away to in-house resort guests only.
  • Sales are limited to 6 cans of beer or 6 RTD spirits in bottle or can per person per day.
  • Wine sales shall be restricted to bottled wine only.
  • Special Conditions:
    • No sale or supply of any takeaway Liquor to any person who is a resident of, or normally resides at:
      • the Northern Territory Communities of Docker River, Mutitjulu, Imanpa and Finke;
      • any of the Communities or Homelands on the Pitjantjatjara Lands in South Australia and Ngaanyatjarra Lands in Western Australia.

AV8 Café and Bar

  • No takeaway sales

Sails in the Desert Hotel

  • Takeaway  to bona fide lodgers only via room service
Available
  • Sunday  to Friday 12 noon to 9pm
  • Saturdays and Public Holidays 10am to 9pm

Limits:

  • No takeaway sales to public

Desert Gardens Hotel

Available
  • Sunday  to Friday 12 noon to 9pm
  • Saturdays and Public Holidays 10am to 9pm

Limits:

  • No takeaway sales to public
  • Takeaway to bona fide lodgers only via room service

Ayers Rock Resort Residents Club

Available
  • 7 days, 12 noon to 8pm
  • No trading on Good Friday or Christmas Day

Limits:

  • Takeaway to Resort (Yulara) residents only
  • Special Conditions:
    • It is a condition of the Liquor Licence of these premises that there be restrictions placed on the sales of Liquor to residents of certain Lands and specific Communities. 
    • These restrictions have been imposed at the request of the residents of the Pitjantjatjara Lands in South Australia, the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in Western Australia and Communities of Docker River, Mutitjulu, Impanpa and Finke to combat alcohol related harm and damage to Aboriginal culture.

Disclaimer: While all care has been taken to ensure this information is correct, if it contradicts  please  refer to the Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Act 2012(Cth) and the Liquor Act 2017(NT)

Last updated: 08 May 2018