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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
See it at Sunrise, see it at Sunset and see it in the middle of the day. Uluru is always changing color as the light of day alters. Very spiritual place, please be respectful and dont climb, instead do a guided walk and then continue...More
Uluru is amazing at all times of day and is far more stunning than any photos or T.V. shows can capture. Kata Tjuta is underrated and was absolutely spectacular. Kings Canyon and West MacDonnell Ranges are also amazing to tour, so make sure you have...More
Yes, it is definite must to see it at sunrise, sunset and from different vantage points. It is absolutely breathtaking to see it turn bright red. We did the base walk and it was relatively easy walk on a flat path and it allowed us...More
Just WOW!! my only critic is that we didnt give ourselves long enough to enjoy it!! If i was doing our again i would stay near there for a night and give yourself a full day to explore the National Park! You wont be disappointed!
I climbed Ayers Rock this week and was lucky enough for a cool day with a light breeze.
It is much harder than I expected! Take a minimum of 2L water for sure and plenty of sunscreen and maybe a hat.
The first half of...More
This was my 4th visit to Uluru and it never fails to impress. The first time I visited Uluru was on a motorbike during the winter of 1959. The trip was not one for the faint-hearted. The road was unsealed and prudence was essential as...More
Have just returned from this awesome flight .My wife and l had front row seats to view
this magnificent spectacle .We flew with PHS and would highly recommended them
as they were on time, friendly,informative and as their name suggests very professional
As for reading...More
This is the place to visit here in Australian Outback. It is located in a National Park. Entrance fee 25AUD that is valid for 3 days.
You should visit during the day and return at sunset and sunrise.
Very, very beautiful.
We took the hop on hop off bus 24 hour ticket. We walked around Uluru day one from 12-4 and got the last bus back via sunset area. Day 2 caught bus at 6 am to see sunrise near Kata Tjuta, long walk at valley of winds and... More
We took the hop on hop off bus 24 hour ticket. We walked around Uluru day one from 12-4 and got the last bus back via sunset area. Day 2 caught bus at 6 am to see sunrise near Kata Tjuta, long walk at valley of winds and back at resort about 12. On a smaller bus, we found we beat the larger groups to enjoy peace and sounds of nature. There was no commentary or guide, but drivers are happy to chat re their life at Uluru. There are information boards and a very good cultural centre at Uluru which is free. All up it was $290 for 2 adults which included compulsory park entrance. Took own food and water. The resort shuttle bus does not take you to Uluru or Kata Tjuta.