Must see attractions in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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    Field of Light

    This extraordinary installation by artist Bruce Munro will be open until at least 31 December 2020. It consists of over 50,000 poppylike stems topped with…

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    Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

    Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre, just 1km from the Rock, is a fabulous introduction to your Uluru experience. Displays and exhibits focus on tjukurpa …

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    Talinguru Nyakunytjaku Lookout

    Much loved for its sunrise views in particular, with Uluru in the foreground and Kata Tjuta far away on the southwestern horizon. It also has two great…

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    Car Sunset Viewing Area

    The main parking area for cars and minivans for watching the sunset at Uluru. Some travellers the far southeastern end of the car park, but everyone's…

  • Kata Tjuta

    No journey to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is complete without a visit to Kata Tjuta, a striking group of domed rocks huddled together about 35km west…

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    Uluru is a beautiful, charismatic place. Its dimensions are one thing: Uluru is 3.6km long and rises 348m from the surrounding sands (867m above sea level…

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    Bus Sunset-Viewing Area

    Buses are kept separate from cars – this is the Uluru sunset-viewing area for those on coach tours, with plenty of picnic tables and wine to celebrate the…

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    Wintjiri Arts & Museum

    A fascinating overview of local natural and cultural history, with plenty of artworks, an artist-in-residence and an excellent small shop. It's up the…

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    Walkatjara Art Centre

    A working art centre owned by the local Mutitjulu community, it has an extensive selection of paintings on display (and for sale), and most days you can…

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    Imalung Lookout

    A lookout with OK views from the heart of the resort grounds.