The World Heritage listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park is noted for it's natural beauty and Uluru is Australia's most regognisable natural icon. Seeing Uluru for the first time is an overwhelming experience - a enormous monolith jutting out of the red earth in the middle of a seemingly never ending desert.
For the Anangu people, it is a place of powerful religious and cultural significance. It is facinating to learn about the traditional owners of the land and what this place means to them.
Uluru and Kata Tjuta are compsed of 2 different rock types which are the visible tips of enormous rock slabs possibly up to 6 km beneath the ground. The National Park is 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs.