The impressive Uluru, also called Ayers Rock, is a huge sandstone monolith in the middle of the dry “Red Center”. The Uluru is considered sacred to the Australian Aborigines. According to estimates, the rock giant was created around 550 million years ago.
The Olgas, called Kata Tjuta in the Aboriginal language, are located in the heart of the red continent, more precisely in the south-west of the Nothern Territory. They consist of a total of 36 striking-looking, dome-shaped mountains, of which Mount Olga is the highest at 546m (1066m above sea level). The Olgas are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are approximately 350 km from Alice Springs as the crow flies.
Kings Canyon is part and main attraction of Watarrka National Park in the Australian Northern Territory. It is located 245 kilometers as the crow flies southwest of Alice Springs in the Amadeus Basin and forms the westernmost part of the George Gill Range. Here you can take a wonderful hike and you will succeed in taking all the photos, because the view and the surroundings are unique.