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Kata Tjuta is Pitjantjatjara meaning ‘many heads’. This spectacular landform lies about 50 kilometres drive from Uluru and Yulara. This area is an Anangu men’s site and is sacred under Tjukurpa(traditional law). Everyone is welcome and encouraged to...more
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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
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Ayers Rock and the Olgas was totally amazing. We did a a sunrise, sunset and a Night of lights. Sunset was super as you watched the rock turn different shades of red, the wine and canapés were great. Our guides Ellie and Dylan were very...More
Hiring a car was our best decision. Freedom to travel anytime. Avoiding afternoon heat we made mornings and evening a travelling priority from Ayers Rock Resort over 3 days. Driving, walking and standing. Awe-inspiring landscapes. Taking photographs that make on seem a master cinematographer!Adventure of...More
We would have enjoyed this trip, if it wasn’t for the fact of price gouging. The plane tickets here are crazy expensive due to supply and demand, the hotel prices are outrageous. And the place was just so busy. Sorry but I cannot recommend a...More
If you are at all interested in Aboriginal Culture, I strongly recommend the Seit Patji Aboriginal Cultural Tour! We had an aboriginal guide as well as a park ranger guide and had a wonderful and educational experience. We were able to go to parts of...More
This was disappointing. We had a great guide Dylan, with a wicked sense of humour and very entertaining but the tour was literally a bus trip to the Olgas, Dylan set up a table with drinks, and canapés - carrot sticks, celery sticks, cheese, fruit.......More
These seen from the air in a helicopter or driving to their base, sitting under the canopy where it’s picturesque, desolate and a place where the beauty is unmatched. Just the entry to the National Park, please do take your water, take your garbage away....More
This is something that everyone should have on their bucket list. The place is just awe inspiring. You have no idea of how big this rock is that just popped out of the ground. We had 3 nights which was enough although you are on...More
You will be able to see base area of the Olgas and Uluru from a car but Kings canyon is mainly walking.. there is a fairly level area that is easy going and to do the full return walk on that one is about 45 minutes.. the... More
You will be able to see base area of the Olgas and Uluru from a car but Kings canyon is mainly walking.. there is a fairly level area that is easy going and to do the full return walk on that one is about 45 minutes.. the other walks at kings canyon are pretty hard going.. hope this helps..