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"Base Walk" Uluru National Park (Ayers Rock) Things to Do Tip by saw50st8


The best way to actually see and experience Uluru is to walk around it! The terrain is mostly flat and the walk itself is easy. You can stroll around, look at all the different sites. It takes about 3 hours to circumnavigate. Besides for some sacred aboriginal sites along the way, you can see Mutijulu watering hole (still used by many animals -- be careful not to disturb or harm the water or you may destroy the animals as well), wall art and beautiful rocks and vegetation. Just make sure to bring plenty of water. There is a spot about halfway down to get drinking water, so if you run out dont worry too much.

Pictures to come soon (its on my home computer)

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  • Written Sep 14, 2006
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