Domed rock formations located near Alice Springs.

 
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Away Travel Expert: Jenny McKelvie
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FamilyExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Children aged 6 - 12 and 13 - 17
FamilyExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • It takes about 45 minutes to drive from Kata Tjuta to the national park exit. Allow yourself plenty of time to leave the park before it closes.
  • The path to the Kata Tjuta Dune Viewing Area is wheelchair accessible and can be tackled with a sturdy stroller.
If you're visiting Uluru, you literally can't miss the aptly named Kata Tjuta, an aboriginal name that means "many heads." This collection of 36 rounded rock masses is also known as the Olgas. Mount Olga, whose peak is 1,066 meters above sea level,

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Address:
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Yulara Northern Territory
Australia


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 61 (0)8 8956 1100
Email: uluru.info@environment.gov.au
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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