Tips & Articles

15
February
2017

The Significance of Uluru to Australian Indigenous Culture

Uluru might be one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, but it’s also a hugely important part of the country’s cultural […]

1
February
2017

Why You Should Walk the 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 […]

10
January
2017

Learning About Uluru and Its Past at the Cultural Centre

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

22
December
2016

Camels and Canyons at Kings Creek Station

In the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, the scenery looks like it’s from another planet. Uluru casts an impressive silhouette […]

5
December
2016

The Uluru Sunset Viewing Areas

Seeing the sunset across Uluru is almost a rite of passage for anyone visiting Australia. Tucked away in the stunning […]

17
November
2016

Activities and Accommodation at Kings Creek Station

In the heart of Australia’s Red Centre near Uluru, it’s difficult to find somewhere to refuel and rest. Enter the […]

30
September
2016

What to See on Mala Walk

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

15
September
2016

Uluru – A tour of Australia’s iconic monolith

With the honour of being named the world’s largest rock, and the immense cultural significance that it plays with the […]

1
September
2016

Mutitjulu Waterhole discovering Ayers Rock’s hidden gems

Australia has many iconic sights and locations that make it one of the world’s most fascinating countries from the great […]

11
August
2016

Kings Canyon: Following the trails of Watarrka National Park

The enchanting landscape of Australia’s Northern Territory is a vast mosaic of colours, and towards the south-west corner lies the […]

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