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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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Reviewed 5 days ago

Impossible to really describe without seeing them with your own eyes. We are still not sure which we found the most impressive but come see and make your own mind up

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank stevemNewcastle
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We’ve spent 3 days exploring Uluru and The Olgas . Spectacular sceneries. Sunrise Camel Ride is a must and the easy one hour return Olgas’ walk. So much to see and the view is to die for. The Field of Lights attraction was not we...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My wife and I went to see Uluru at sunrise which was fantastic and then we saw the Olgas at sunset. Both amazing sights. We used the hop on hop off bus which was great and allowed you freedom to go when you wanted

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank 689garym
Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent a day here hiking the gorge and trying to do the longer hike which is not well sign posted. The gorge is great in spite of the flies which are a nuisance until you get onto the bare rock section, we had the...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank PhilandMarcella2015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

MUST do Kuta Kjuta (the Olgas) as well as Uluru (Ayers Rock). Otherwise you are only half doing the trip. And slow down. We spent 4 nights at Yulara resort and it wasn't anywhere enough time to see even half of what is available. What...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank heyhoawaywego
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'm not going to apologise for how I grew up and learnt these places names , but will say " Palya!" which is welcome to Anangu Land ! On this my second visit I still feel the raw spiritual effect of the Rock and completely...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Skeney57
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

In 1988 when I was a young man of 35 I climbed Ayers Rock with two friends from Australia Max and Annabelle. We all signed our names in a large Registration Book that was on a pedestal atop The Rock. I understand from travelers who...More

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank RemyFla
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The several walks through the Olgas are equally mpressive as Uluru. The large domes are not pure sandstone but conglomerates and eroded in a similar way as the Bungle Bungle. You can see that at certain places large pieces have fallen out of the face...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank huys25
Reviewed November 11, 2018 via mobile

I have to admit that I’m working here a few months during the year but this also, gives me the opportunity to travel here for myself and look at the scenery, culture and history in more depth. I appreciate how fortunate I am to experience...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank EvaErmis
Reviewed November 7, 2018

A must do for all Australians and visitors to Australia. Amazing rock formations of natural and cultural significance. Great bushwalks to do and plenty of other things to see and do.

Date of experience: September 2018
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Aussil0ver
November 12, 2018|
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Response from Kerry C | Reviewed this property |
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
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Hi Matt, Can you please add more details about Ayer's Rock climb. There is not much information about the climb on Internet, I guess because of all this “do not climb” campaign. I plan to climb in a month and really appreciate some extra info like: do you start and end from the same location (if not how far from the place you finish to the place you start the hike and the carpark); do you need/can cross the Rock along the top and how long it takes; how long descend takes; how busy the walking path is/how many people climbing; what time of the day you would recommend (given the time of the year-winter and your personal observations). Also what time of the day you recommend for Olga's hiking (in terms of best light conditions and amount of other tourists). Thanks a lot. P.S. To other park visitors and staff – these are the questions about the climb, not a start of the debate on whether it should be taken.
July 2, 2018|
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Response from GabyVM | Reviewed this property |
"Do you start and end from the same location (if not how far from the place you finish to the place you start the hike and the carpark)?" You start and end at the same location close to Mala carpark. "Do you need/can cross... More
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sonalib291
March 28, 2018|
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Response from newyork64 | Reviewed this property |
I really dont think so Yulara is a very small village that only caters for necessary shopping and gifts . You may try somewhere in Alice before you travel to Uluru.
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