Things to Do in Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Valley of the Winds

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is one of the most popular attractions in Australia, drawing in visitors who are keen […]

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Kata Tjuta

Uluru or Ayers Rock as it is commonly known, is one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks. But, nearby, there is […]

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru, or Ayers Rock may be the most recognised landmark in all of Australia. With tours leaving daily from Alice […]

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Mala Walk

The burnt orange scenery of Uluru and its surrounding landscapes is a walker’s dream. It promises majestic lands filled with […]

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Walpa Gorge

Uluru and its surrounding arid landscape is one of Australia’s most prominent ecosystems. Here, tufts of greenery break up the […]

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

In the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, you’ll find a rich and fascinating history that surrounds Uluru, one of the […]

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Mutitjulu Waterhole

Did you know that Uluru has a number of watering holes? Most people imagine Uluru as a large, jutting orange […]

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Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon might not be well known by saying its name, but if you were to explain where it is, […]

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Kings Creek Station

Located in the stark orange scenery of Australia’s Outback near Uluru, Kings Creek Station is a working cattle and camel […]

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Watarrka National Park

Watarrka National Park is a protected area of natural beauty located on the same orange expanse of desert as Uluru. […]

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Mataranka Thermal Pool

Located in Australia’s Northern Territory, near Uluru, the Mataranka hot springs provide the perfect place for visitors to unwind and […]

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Devils Marbles

Forming one of the Northern Territory’s most impressive geological wonders, the Devil’s Marbles can be found not too far from […]

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