Download the app from the app store or pop on by our office to pick up your device. Once you are set up a visit to the Cultural Centre seems like a good idea as, whilst there you can learn about the National Park and even grab a souvenir.
After exploring the cultural centre head on over and check out the Kuniya Walk. Whilst here don’t forget to bring us because we’ll tell you all about the ancient Aboriginal rock art and the incredible semi permanent water source – Mutitjulu waterhole.
Lets finish up the afternoon with Sunset.
Today’s the day we are going to explore the full base of Uluru. We can do this however you want to do it, should we get up for sunrise? Will we drive around it? Or should we walk? The choice is yours.
Pro Tip: If you are driving make sure you stop in and do the Mala Walk; we’ve got lots to tell you about the caves you’ll find as you do this walk. If walking is more your pace, lets start early, especially in summer.
Start the day right and wake up to sunrise at Kata Tjuta’s sand dune viewing area. Don’t worry; just turn off toward Kata Tjuta and Uluru Audio Guide will help you with the directions. On the way we’ll tell you all about the plants and animals that call our arid landscape home.
After the sun comes up, lets go and explore at Kata Tjuta. You’ve got plenty of time, and we’ve got so much to tell you, why not bring a picnic and do both Valley of the Winds Walk and Walpa Gorge?
Pro Tip: Do Valley of the Winds first, then when you finish Walpa Gorge will be a bit less hot and doesn’t have close at 11am in the summer months.
If you’re still considering how to spend your time at Uluru and are curious about other itineraries, check out our blog, for the best things to do at Uluru in 3 days. Or have a read of our blog on how to get the most out of your self-guided Uluru experience.