Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Owned by the Anangu Aboriginal people and jointly administered by Parks Australia, the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory holds a deep cultural significance for its traditional curators. It is home to the World Heritage listed Uluru – a searing sandstone monolith that stands 348 metres high and is inscribed by ancestral indigenous people. Visit the Cultural Centre to hear the stories, see the art, and chat to the Anangu guides who will escort you around Uluru base, take you to Kantju Gorge (where you’ll see Anangu rock art) and the Mutitjulu waterhole. This place will take your breath away!