No matter how many pictures you've seen, nothing will prepare you for your first view of Uluru...Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) Information
Kata Tjuka (the Olgas) means "many heads" in the traditional Anangu language. They are situated in..Watarrka (Kings Canyon) Area Information
Watarrka National Park, and its most famous landmark, Kings Canyon, is located 330 kilometres south..Yulara Information
The township of Yulara supports Ayers Rock Resort where visitors to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park..See all locations in Uluru Kata Tjuta
Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park, is located 450 kilometres south west of Alice Springs in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta region of the Northern Territory. The Park encompasses the western end of the George Gill Range and is home to a variety of unique native flora and fauna, including over 600 different plant species. Commercial accommodation can be found within the Park at the Kings Canyon Resort and Kings Creek Station. The area has also been home to Luritja Aboriginal people for the last 20,000 years. The word Watarrka refers to the umbrella bush that proliferates in this amazing landscape. Combined with an eerie collection of weathered rock formations known as the Lost City and a permanent waterhole veiled by palms and ferns known as the Garden of Eden, a visit to the incredible Kings Canyon is full of surprises. Kings Canyon has several accommodation options from campsites to luxury hotel units as well as a restaurant, cafe, bar, souvenir shop and fuel.
The ‘Canyon Rim Walk’ requires a reasonable level of fitness as the initial ascent to the top can be demanding. The walk is approximately six kilometres so allow at least three hours, wear sturdy footwear, appropriate clothing and carry at least one litre of water per person.
The canyon can also be viewed via scenic helicopter flight out of the resort or Kings Creek Station.
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While its star attraction is undoubtedly the famous Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge)..Tennant Creek and Surrounds Information
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