Today you’ll rise early and travel to Talinguru Nyakunytjaku – the Uluru Sunrise Viewing area. ‘Talinguru Nyakunytjaku’ means ‘to look from the sand dunes’. The platform offers an incredible view through the dunes and stunning desert landscape as the sun rises over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Make your way on to the viewing platform to see many kilometres into the distance, providing an ideal photo opportunity.
You’ll then head to the Mutitjulu Walk where your Driver Guide will lead you to the famous Mutitjulu Waterhole. The waterhole provided a key source of water for the Aboriginal people in the area and had been in use for many thousands of years. You’ll see wonderful Aboriginal rock paintings and come to understand their significance.
The Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre houses an amazing collection of original ceramics, paintings and punu (woodwork) that provide an insight into the unique and spiritual culture of the Anangu, the traditional custodians of Uluru. You can take home your own unique piece of punu.
Uluru is a sacred site for the Anangu (meaning ‘we the people’) and they prefer that visitors do not climb it. With this in mind, we do not recommend it. The climb is a physically demanding activity that can take up to two hours. So, if you choose to do the climb, you will not be able to join the Uluru Base Tour, Mutitjulu Walk or visit to Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. Your Driver Guide will drop you at the climb start and return to collect you for the journey back to Ayers Rock Resort. Please understand that the climb may be closed without notice due to weather conditions or cultural observance.
- Talinguru Nyakunytjaku & Sunrise over Uluru
- Mutitjulu Walk
- Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre
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