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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
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I just love the bold beauty, shifting colours, hidden treasures and history of this very special place. There are 3 options depending on your fitness level. We did the 6 km rim walk which is the longest and toughest option, but if you're fit enough...More
This is a must place to visit. I was not very fit but managed to do the entire walk, about two hours. The best place was The Garden of Eden, you are up high and look down on a beautiful olden type of garden, there...More
We were on a group tour and were offered a choice of the rim walk (about 6km) or the creek walk (about 1km). Only 3 of us opted to do the rim walk - many were daunted by the thought of around 400 steps up...More
We did a guided Kings Canyon Rim Walk at sunrise with a group of about fifteen. We are in our 60s, and prepared for the walk: working out, reading as much as we could about it, viewing YouTube videos. One comment that comes up over...More
I had read reviews that suggested this walk was stunning at sunrise. Not so. After our efforts to get there early we were rewarded with glaring sunlight making it impossible to see the massive rock structures right in front of us. When we held up...More
We took our 12 and 14 year old boys on the self guided 6km canyon rim walk. It is billed as 3 to 4 hours but we finished it in 2.5 hours. Large car park with toilets and information boards. First section is very step...More
My most memorable trip to Australia was when I drove from Uluru to Kings Canyon in a jeep. Riding along the outback was an amazing experience while I kept my mind thinking whether my jeep will break down half way as it will not be...More
This is a few hours from Uluru and many folks don't have the time, but it is well worth a visit if your schedule allows. It can be done in a day trip from Yulara, but we spent the night at the Kings Canyon Resort...More
I thought I had done my homework but completely underestimated the vast distance required to reach the National Park where the canyon is located.
We thought we would drop in on our way back from Uluru but this is NOT a detour option. It is...More
Having been there two years ago, my opinion is that the Kings Canyon park area and canyon are beautiful, and adults will enjoy the views, but the kids and teenagers will probably be bored. Also, there is almost nothing to... More
Having been there two years ago, my opinion is that the Kings Canyon park area and canyon are beautiful, and adults will enjoy the views, but the kids and teenagers will probably be bored. Also, there is almost nothing to see during the hours of driving along the highways to the Park, just long sections of desert. Better bet for them is the Ayers Rock area as there is lots of things to see and great self guiding and narrated bus tours.
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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.