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Like most of the Rock if you read the information boards or the printed hand outs you can learn heaps ! You don't always have a guide to hand , do you ? This walk is a gentle stroll on level land but fascinating as...More
As part of the walk all around Ulur this small section shows a waterhole and some rock paintings. The rock paintings require a guide to point out what you see because they are half obscured by sooth from fires and also painted one over the...More
I learned so much about the local culture and the incredible stories handed down through the ages. I can understand why this region holds special significance for Aboriginal people. What a national treasure for us all to enjoy.
The walk from the car park to the Mutitjulu Waterhole is flat and easily accessible. On the way towards the waterhole there is a cave with lots of interesting colourful artwork on the walls. Good visitor information.
This is a flat walk from the car park to the Mutitjulu Waterhole. The amount of water present depends upon the season. In addition to the waterhole there is an interesting cave with some artwork on the walls.
When you walk around the base, you will find this short and interesting walk. It is an interesting archaeological site with a cave with colourful paintings. The walk is quite easy. If you drive, you can also park close by and walk through it. The...More