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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park: This is a must-visit for any traveler to Uluru. The national park is home to Uluru, Kata Tjuta, and many other natural wonders. Visitors can take guided walks, watch the sunset, and stargaze at night.
Uluru Base Walk: This is a 10.6 km walk that circles the base of Uluru. It takes around 3-4 hours to complete and provides amazing views of the rock and the surrounding landscape.
Kata Tjuta (The Olgas): This is another rock formation located in the national park. Visitors can take the Valley of the Winds walk, which is a 7.4 km hike that takes around 3-4 hours to complete.
Camel Rides: For a unique experience, visitors can take a camel ride through the desert and watch the sunset over Uluru.
Uluru Cultural Centre: This is a great place to learn about the history and culture of the Anangu people, the traditional owners of Uluru. The center has displays, exhibitions, and information about the park and the local culture.
Field of Light: This is an art installation by Bruce Munro that features 50,000 glowing spheres that light up the desert at night. Visitors can take guided tours or walk through the installation on their own.
Uluru Helicopter Tours: For a bird's eye view of Uluru and the surrounding landscape, visitors can take a helicopter tour of the national park.
Uluru Segway Tours: For a fun and unique way to explore Uluru, visitors can take a Segway tour around the base of the rock.
Camping in the National Park: For the ultimate outback experience, visitors can camp in the national park under the stars. There are several campgrounds to choose from, and visitors can also rent camping gear if needed.
Uluru Sunrise and Sunset: Watching the sunrise and sunset over Uluru is a must-do for any visitor. The colors of the rock change as the sun moves across the sky, creating a breathtaking display of natural beauty.