We did the walpa gorge and really enjoyed the visit. It would be difficult for people who aren't very steady on their feet or bad knees as walking on loose stones for much of the trail. We loved it and thought it was beautiful and...More
About Kata Tjuta (The Olgas)
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In some ways almost more spectacular than Uluru, though not sharing the same mystical qualities. The view from the lookout on the way in is excellent and the structure and shape is simple brilliant.
We drove for miles seeing only a speck, early enough in afternoon to reach the Olgas way before sunset. This gave us time to walk up the steep path and capture photos of which likeness I doubt I'll ever see elsewhere! We drove around and...More
Pack some snacks and your water bottle and enjoy the varied scenic landscapes on the circuit walk through the Olgas. Stop occasionally to take in the surrounding sound of gentle winds, finches and parrots. Look out for the beautiful green ring necked parrots in the...More
Did the Valley of the Winds walk, great scenery, doable walk for families, could easily have checked more out but for lack of time.
We visited Kata Tjuta twice whilst in the area once around the base and then again by air via a helicopter tour. Both gave us spectacular views of this amazing conglomeration of huge rock formations that take the breath away. Information boards at the viewing...More
A world class sight if not for its more impressive neighbour Uluru. When I compare, Uluru wins by a landslide! If you like to see the sunrise, the dune viewing area is to the south of the Kata Tjuta range and the rocks light up...More