Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Tours

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a World Heritage Area and iconic Australian destination. Preserved within the park are two of Australia's most striking natural landmarks: Ayers Rock (Uluru) and the Olgas (Kata Juta).

The park is co-managed by the Anangu people and the Australian government. The traditional owners run walking tours through the park and co-manage the park's cultural center which provides valuable insights into the land's significance for Anangu culture. At the cultural center you can also browse traditional carvings, paintings and ceramics made by central Australia's Anangu communities.

Along with sunrise or sunset viewings of Ayers Rock (Uluru) and the Olgas (Kata Juta), you can take a tour of the park by camel, motorbike or scenic flight, witness traditional activities such as boomerang-throwing, or see the park through the eyes of the Anangu on a cultural tour.

Practical Info

Uluru is 445 km (276 miles) south-west from Alice Springs and 18 km (11 miles) south of the Ayers Rock Resort.

Location
Address: Lasseter Highway, Yulara, 0872, Australia
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Hours: Open daily, sunrise to sunset
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Admission: Adults: AU$25 - 65
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