Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

To respect the Anangu people’s wishes, and not climb Uluru, does not mean you will miss out, because this iconic national park is full of great experiences and things to keep you occupied for days. The 10-kilometre walk around the base of Uluru is flat, marked by informative signs and gives you a constantly changing, peaceful perspective of the monolith away from the crowds at the carpark. At Kata Tjuta, the 7-kilometre Valley of the Winds and shorter Walpa Gorge walk are both worth doing. The excellent cultural centre is made of locally produced mud bricks and offers cultural and bush-tucker sessions and plant walks. There are free ranger tours and dawn and sunset viewing of the Rock or Kata Tjuta as they are undergo various colour changes.

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