Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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The Liru walk (named after the poisonous brown snake) winds through a mulga forest. It often comes alive with colourful flowers after rain.

This track connects the Cultural Centre with the base of Uluru. A few hundred metres from the Cultural Centre you’ll find one of the park’s best-kept secrets – a large shelter in a sandy clearing with uninterrupted views of the rock.

Mostly passed through by cyclists and very few visitors, this is a fantastic place to soak up the solitude, listen to the wind in the trees and contemplate the sheer magnitude of Uluru.


Map showing the Liru walk

Site accessibility

  • Tick icon Open today
  • Tick icon Wheelchair (dry weather only)


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  • Tick icon Toilets

Type of walk

Return track

Walk grade

Easy to moderate

Walk distance

4 km

Time required

1 hour 30 minutes