Formally known as the Olgas, this collection of remarkable dome shaped rocks are the other important rock land marks in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Located 26 kilometres west of Uluru, the name Kata Tjuta means “many heads”. The indigenous Pitjantjatjara people have many Dreamtime legends associated with the rocks, often involving the great snake king Wanambi. Be sure to do the impressive Valley of the Winds walk when you visit.
Explore the Kata Tjuta Tours
Uluru Sunset and Sacred Sites from the Rock
Uluru Sunrise and Kata Tjuta from Ayers Rock
5 Day Darwin to Alice Springs with Uluru Detour
3 Day Uluru & Kings Canyon Tour
1 Day Uluru Tour from Alice Springs