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Palya! Welcome to Anangu land. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is Aboriginal land. It is jointly managed by its traditional owners Anangu and Parks Australia. The park is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its natural and cultural...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Uluru Rd, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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I took the hop on/hop off bus that delivered me to Uluru and back to my hotel. It was $50 for the day. I started with my first drop off at the Mala Walk. I would highly suggest this area. Go through the parking lot...More
So much is written about Uluru, and so many photos taken.... so instead I thought to focus on the big discussion point with my family of teenage kids - whether or not to climb Uluru.
The argument will be moot after October 2019 when the...More
I think every Australian should visit here. You see it on postcards & travel magazines.But it is not until you see the size of the place you don't appreciate how beautiful it is. For all those foreign tourists, it is well worth coming to Australia...More
the families who used bikes to go around the base seemed far happier than those who were walking with small children! We walked with teenagers no problems - parked at Mutijulu and walked towards the climb (started around 12), had lunch at the gorge after...More
We visited Uluru in Winter and yes the mornings and evenings are cold but the days are just perfect. A good time of year to visit as there are no flies. From the minute I saw Uluru from the plane I was mesmerised by its...More
We walked the entire base of the rock. It’s was a straightforward walk but riding the bikes may be a better option.
I thought the walk thru the Kata Djuta (the Olga’s) was even better.
Note that climbing the rock will stop in 2019 and...More
The Rock is awesome. We did climb it and it was a fantastic. Would recommend the climb, but have some fitness. Our disappointment is with the rangers. They are not friendly, overall and rude. The Aboriginals were more friendly. They are not doing the rock...More
We paid $250 for the sounds of silence dinner and we were a group of 4 who enjoy their food and wine and were looking forward to this experience. Unfortunatley Robert who was the young person hosting the venue, had very little experience in the...More