Uluru, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Please note that visitors are no longer allowed to trek up Uluru.

Commonly known as Ayer's Rock, this massive piece of sandstone with a circumference of 9.4 km (5.8 mi) rises 348 m (1,142 ft) out of the flat Australian Outback. By using our Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park day trip planning website, you can arrange your visit to Uluru and other attractions in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
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  • We had the opportunity to drive around Ayer’s Rock during the afternoon and view some of the caves and a waterhole. We then stayed around to watch the sunset which was great light for photos. Since... 
    We had the opportunity to drive around Ayer’s Rock during the afternoon and view some of the caves and a waterhole. We then stayed around to watch the sunset which was great light for photos. Since...  more »
  • So, this is supposed to be a "must see", and it was nice, but it is just a large rock. So, don't get your expectations too high. I enjoyed seeing it and it is interesting that there are no other... 
    So, this is supposed to be a "must see", and it was nice, but it is just a large rock. So, don't get your expectations too high. I enjoyed seeing it and it is interesting that there are no other...  more »
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  • Uluru is a fantastic to stand there and feel small while looking at this unbelievable land mark in Australia. To learn about Uluru it is very much worth talking with the aboriginal people in the community out there . We learnd that Uluru is rusting hence why some parts sound as if there is nothing under that spot and it is all so the main reason for it colours. The west side of Uluru is sacred to aboriginal males only no females at all not even emergency service people who are female even planes and helicopters that have female flight crew pilot's and not allowed to fly the western side an the same for the other rock formation out there . Some much history to learn about Uluru. Of course your not allowed to climb and walk on it any more that come in late 2019 . It's is a truly mystical it is something to see and learn about .. there are spots all around the rock that tell you a story behind that certain spot or place that you are at .
  • Absolutely loved it there! Photos do not do it justice. It is awe-inspiring and definitely something everyone should visit at least once in their life. Loved the different tours available and the service at the resort was great.

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