Uluru this summer

There’s plenty to see still at Uluru this summer… don’t let the high temperatures put you off!

There’s still a carpet of green thanks to some rain continuing to come through the park. The honey grevilleas are still in flower and there are plenty of other wildflowers to see.

Uluru grevillea | Dan Hanisch

Uluru grevillea | Dan Hanisch

To beat the heat it’s best to plan your walks in the morning – and remember to bring plenty of water.

All of our walks are currently open – including the spectacular Kata Tjuta Valley of the Winds walk.

If you want to do this three-hour walk through some of the best gorges in the park, plan to do it early in the morning. During summer we have to close the walk at 11am due to the heat.

Stay tuned for further updates!

Richard, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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