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Located in Watarrka National Park, Kings Canyon known for its 100meter-high sheer cliff walls. There are a variety of walks, the most popular is the Rim Walk which is a 3-4 hour walk with a steep start. Kings Creek Walk is a gentle walk at the base...more
Watarrka National Park, Red Centre, Northern Territory | Via Luritja Road Or Larapinta Drive, Northern Territory, Australia
All reviews garden of eden creek walk steep climb take your time ayers rock creek bed initial climb great walk well worth the effort lots of water highlight of our trip early in the morning start early day trip heart attack hill views are spectacular long drive
This place has to be one of my most favourite walks here in the outback. It is so stunning and makes you feel so small that it gives you a reality check. I recommend starting early, we started at 6am and stopping along the way...More
Arrived by AAT Kings coach for a guided walk of the Canyon. Hayley was our guide and what a knowledgeable and enthusiastic young lady she is. The walk was very manageable despite initial apprehension about the climb up. However it was fine and the entire...More
Caught the wet season, and wet it was.
The walk was partially flooded and the guide, Hayley(?) was practical and safe throughout.
In a small group of three, we decided to press on as long as it was manageable, and only the persistence of the...More
Wow! The Rim Walk was probably the best walk in the central Australia area. We started at 6am, which was great because we avoided the heat, but all the tourist buses turned up at the time. So we spent the whole time trying to stay...More
I came here as part of an organised tour run by AAT Kings. The walk around the rim started at sunrise and took about 3-4 hours. The initial climb is quite steep with lots of steps but it is well worth the effort for the...More
I walked this as part of a group. Many were uncertain of whether they would manage the steps up, but all did without difficulties. We arrived at first light and watched the sun rise as we reached the top. We walked slowly, saw a lot...More
A visit to the "Red Centre" of Australia will present you with many "Jaw Dropping" moments, and after Uluru...one of my favourites was Kings Canyon. The best way to enjoy what Nature has carved out of the Red Rocks is the "Rim Walk" around the...More
It’s a stunning scenic trail, start early take your time and enjoy. Only The first part of the trail is steep uphill. The complete rim walk takes you about 4 hr, Obvious in summer it’s required to start very early. After the walk we drove...More
Did the creek walk one afternoon. It was well shaded and a comfortable stroll. The end of the path was closed due to a large boulder that fell on the platform.
Sunset and sunrise was amazing from kings canyon resort. The Thirsty Dingo has $20...More
The canyon is not huge but it is a special place even though the main track in has been stopped short of the end because of storm damage. The walk around the top is a bit daunting for many but a helicopter ride is a...More
Response from Liesl132015 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the previous reply - AAT Kings are the best. I'd wholeheartedly recommend a trip out to Kings Canyon with them. Its a long drive from Ayers Rock and walking the canyon can take over 3 hours with plenty of photo... More
I agree with the previous reply - AAT Kings are the best. I'd wholeheartedly recommend a trip out to Kings Canyon with them. Its a long drive from Ayers Rock and walking the canyon can take over 3 hours with plenty of photo stops, so you might want to think about an overnight trip.