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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National ParkUluru/Ayers Rock
Designated a national park in 1950, one of the best-known and spectacular places to visit in the Australian Outback is Uluru/Ayers Rock. Named in 1973 after the Chief Secretary of South Australia, Sir Henry Ayers, this awe-inspiring sandstone outcropping...The Kata Tjuta
One of the two major attractions inside of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the Kata Tjuta, or “the Olgas” as they are known locally, are comprised of 36 incredible domed sandstone formations. Located deep in the Australian Outback, about 25...Read More Posts From This Category
The Katherine RegionKeep River National Park
Nestled in the Australian Outback near the border of the Northern Territory and Western Australia, 468 km west of Katherine, is the small but incredible Keep River National Park. This is one park that you have to call ahead of your visit to find...The Town of Katherine
On the shores of the Katherine River is nestled the town of Katherine, the third largest town in the Australian Outback with a population of just under 8000. For thousands of years, the Jawoyn people have found this area to be a rich and vibrant...Read More Posts From This Category