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Mt Augustus is very remote but merits visiting due to its status as the largest rock in the world. It’s not as spectacular as Uluru but there are many interesting walks and there is no barrier to walking to the top - although that’s a...More
The roads are well maintained & the walking trails are well marked. The temperatures can rise rapidly so early morning hiking is best. The views from edney’s lookout are worth the climb. Wear sturdy shoes, hat & take plenty of water & snacks. The geology...More
Great walking provided not too hot!
Mount Augustus is awesome, twice the size of Uluru. It is definitely worth the drive from Gascoyne Junction. The Mt Augustus Tourist Place is the ideal place to camp.
We stayed 2 nights in the caravan park
We had booked a 1 bed room and were pleasantly surprised when we were upgraded on arrival to a 2 bed unit.
Do not expect 5 star. However there is A/C and a good shower the view...More
We did the 'Summit Trail Walk'. We are in our mid 50's & it was the hardest walk we've ever done. Took 3 hours to get to summit & 2.5 hours down. Coming down was so much harder then going up. The track is well...More
Wow! Where do I start. This must be what Uluru was once like before it became overly commercial. It is a tough drive out there, but so worth the effort. We went in from Gascoyne Junction and decided to take the Carnarvon-Mullewa road and turn...More