Uluru ( Ayers Rock )
Get to the heart of the action The Uluru region is blessed with world-famous rock formations and a rich indigenous culture. and spend some time with the friendly staff at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. - he Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre is a great place to start your Uluru adventure.
All the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park information services are housed within this award-winning centre. Get this inside knowledge on local activities, walks, guided tours and Aboriginal art demonstrations.
Enrich your stay and learn from Anangu locals about their ancient and vibrant culture. Displays and videos at the cultural centre offer deep insight into the ancient history of the area and exhibits of local artworks are a must see. The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is jointly managed by Anangu (traditional owners) and Parks Australia.
Kings Canyon is part of the Watarrka National Park in Australia's Northern Territory. Sitting at the western end of the George Gill Range, Kings Canyon is approximately midway between Alice Springs and Uluru.
This ancient formation of tall red rock faces that soar above dense palm forests of palms is an important conservation area and refuge for more than 600 species of native plants and animals, many unique to the area.
The soaring sandstone walls of Kings Canyon were formed when small cracks eroded over millions of years. Derived from an Aboriginal word referring to the umbrella bush that thrives here, the Luritja Aboriginal people have called the Watarrka National Park area home for more than 20,000 years.