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Jul 1, 2011 - Day 8 Exploring the Olgas – Kata Tjuta

This morning we set out to Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) for a day of walking and exploring . Kata Tjuta means “Heads Many”and it is easy to see where this name comes from. There are 36 domes or extremely large rock formations that make up the Olgas. The landscape is vastly different to Uluru and is much more rocky and more heavily covered with trees and other native flowers. We started the day with the Valleys of the Winds walk, about 7.4kms return. It was a much more difficult and physically challenging walk than the base walk around Uluru...

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