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Lasseter Highway, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Palya! Welcome to Anangu land. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is Aboriginal land. It is jointly managed by its traditional owners Anangu and Parks Australia. The park is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its natural and cultural values. The spectacular rock formations and surrounding sand plains provide rare habitats for an incredible variety of plants and animals. Anangu invite you to visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to learn more about their land, beliefs and culture.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Lasseter Highway, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great morning walk around the base of Uluru, you don't need a guide but we had a great guide Tom from AAT Kings so you get a lot more information about it than just going by yourself. It's a beautiful way to start your day...More

Thank kayeshaw
Reviewed 3 days ago

see by sunrise or sunset or just through the day - a not to be missed visit. lots of vantage points so doesn't have to cost a cent, you don't even need to be up close as it is impressive from 30Ks away.

Thank Irene E
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This rock is really awe inspiring. I visited about 30 years ago and even climbed it. Glad I did it then as it is discouraged these days. There are short easy walks as well as a walk around the base. Too hot for us as...More

1  Thank 415Caroline
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This amazing attraction is hard to describe. Big, beautiful and complex. A 'must see' Australian icon. It has enormous cultural significance for the indigenous community and they ask visitors not to climb the rock. However people still insist on climbing despite the disrespect involved. See...More

Thank Kristine R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We went on the sunrise base walk run by AAT Kings. I was slightly apprehensive as I'm not very fit, however the tour information issued the day before reassured me that it would be possible to stop part way if preferred. As it happens the...More

Thank Davina R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We decided to head to Uluru for a short break. Fabulous!! What an experience. Flew out with Jetstar. We booked with Voyages and stayed at The Desert Gardens Resort. We did most of the " associated experiences", including The Sounds of Silence Dinner, Field of...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

One of the remaining landmarks to visit in my home country was "Ayers Rock" (Uluru). We landed at Uluru mid afternoon and the view from the plane showed the enormity of this specular landmark in the centre of Australia. We spent a day traveling around...More

Thank Niftys
Reviewed 1 week ago

To see it in a photo is one thing, but to be there in "real life" and walk around it, is another!!! I never imagined this "rock" would move my emotions the way it did, it is breathtaking!

Thank Lisa H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We took a Sunset tour with SEIT and it was worth every penny. A superb guide (Nadine I think) and a glass or two of bubbly with nibbles as the sun set on Uluru.

1  Thank Mark W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What an amazing visit to Uluru. Viewing these huge rocks sticking out of the ground in an otherwise flat arid land. You must stay to view the rock at sunset. Awesome how the rock changes colors before going dark.

Thank 115dennisw
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4 August 2017|
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Response from froggy45632 | Reviewed this property |
We went in August last year and the weather was quite warm so be prepared for that but also for cold conditions if you need to. It was quit windy when we're there but very warm for early spring.
25 June 2017|
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Response from John D |
As a man born in Australia, I am as entitled as aborigines to have opinions on the country. To put certain ethnicities on a pedestal is racist Kimmi, as it influences segragism. I am interested to know why you seem to think... More
Khukha A
19 June 2017|
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Response from carjilari | Reviewed this property |
Everyone buys a permit to enter the park as it is owned by the Aboriginal people in the area. These can be purchased as you drive into the park - $25 per person for a 3? day pass, I think.