Ten Must Things to Pack When Visiting Uluru | Australia

Thousands of adventure seekers visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park within the famous Red Centre of Northern Australia to view the incredible red-coloured monolith that towers into the sky some 348 meters. Many continue their journey to see the 36 red-rock domes known as The Olgas within Kata Tjuta. The area is rich with spiritual value and incredible landscapes that only exist on land owned by Anangu people.

Lots of travellers wonder what type of equipment is necessary on their Uluru tour and others travellers just wing-it bringing whatever they throw into their bag or backpack. Here is a quick list of ten essential items travellers should bring with them when visiting this special UNESCO World Heritage Site that will enhance the experience.

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Thousands of adventure seekers visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park within the famous Red Centre of Northern Australia to view the incredible red-coloured monolith that towers into the sky some 348 meters. Many continue their journey to see the 36 red-rock domes known as The Olgas within Kata Tjuta. The area is rich with spiritual value and incredible landscapes that only exist on land owned by Anangu people.

Lots of travellers wonder what type of equipment is necessary on their Uluru tour and others travellers just wing-it bringing whatever they throw into their bag or backpack. Here is a quick list of ten essential items travellers should bring with them when visiting this special UNESCO World Heritage Site that will enhance the experience.

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Hiking Shoes– Although climbing Uluru is prohibited, there are several kilometres of trails to hike. The most popular trail is the 10km hike around the base of…

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