Uluru & Kata Tjuta
As soon as you arrive, you’ll feel it – the spiritual heart of Australia beats a little stronger here. Exploring Uluru and Kata Tjuta means connecting with the people and place that make our part of the Outback so special. It means opportunities to get moving – by foot, by bike, on a Segway, or soaring above the Red Centre by helicopter. It means chances to be still and take in the sacred surrounds. From sunrise to sunset and beyond, you’ll be wowed by the splendour and significance of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
Visitors from all over the globe are awed by Uluru’s soaring red dunes, cliffs, valleys, and gorges, dating back some 300 million years, and educated and delighted by the stories of the Anangu who have spent thousands of years in its shadow. In fact, to the Indigenous people of Australia, Uluru is not a rock at all, but a living, breathing being.
Kata Tjuta Tours
Kata Tjuta is located about 45 minutes' drive west of Uluru. The Indigenous name means "many heads", which is apt given the impressive 36 domed rock formations that make up the structure. Explore Kata Tjuta for an up-close look, or take in the view from a distance – it’s spectacular either way.