Uluru and Kata Tjuta

The chain handrail to the top of Uluru remains despite the Anangu people’s frequent requests that visitors no longer climb this sacred rock. Consider instead the walk around Uluru's circumference (10 kilometres, 3 to 4 hours). You will pass rock-art sites, a waterhole that is home to a Dreamtime water snake, caves and a gorge. In the Kata Tjuta section of the national park, the Valley of the Winds walk (7 kilometres, 3 hours) leads through deep canyons and broad valleys, and has two lookouts on the way.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, (08) 8956 1128.

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