Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

There’s a lot to do in Uluru-Kata Tjuta. Explore geological marvels, immerse yourself in Anangu culture or just sit back and soak up the serenity.

The big red rock of Uluru is the highlight of the park, but the domes of Kata Tjuta are just as spectacular. These natural wonders are at their most awe-inspiring at sunrise and sunset, when the changing light paints the rocks in dazzling colours (a dream shot for many photographers).

But there’s a lot more to our geological sites than just their good looks. Anangu believe that the physical landscapes of Uluru-Kata Tjuta were shaped by ancestral beings who still exist here today, and many of the walking trails in the park follow these ancestors’ footsteps.

Stop by the Cultural Centre to learn about the significance of the walks before you start, and be sure to visit the rock art sites around Uluru for an even deeper appreciation of Anangu culture.

There are countless organised tours and activities in and around Uluru-Kata Tjuta, including some led by our very own park rangers.

You can also admire traditional and contemporary Anangu art and craft at the park’s galleries or check out the astonishing art installation Field of Light.