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Uluru and Kata Tjuta

Sunrise over Uluru
Photo of Flinders Ranges
Flinders Ranges

After leaving Berri we went to the Flinders Ranges and we found lots of walking tracks. Then we stayed along the Oodnadatta Track. After that, we stayed at Coober Pedy and went to an underground opal museum, I thought it was cool. Next we stayed in a dry river bed next to a road then we left to go to Uluru.

Pic of Aboriginal tools at Uluru
We heard a talk about these Aboriginal tools

On our visit to Uluru and Kata-Tjuta, we rode our bikes all around the bottom of Uluru. We watched the sunset over Uluru and drew pictures of it. Then in the morning, we got up early and saw the sunrise. Then we had breakfast and went to Kata-Tjuta. We walked to a lookout at the top of a hill, then walked down again.

I loved seeing the sunset over Uluru and the colours changing right in front of my eyes. I also liked seeing Kata-Tjuta, they turned amazing colours.

5 thoughts on “Uluru and Kata Tjuta

  1. Marvellous, Mieke.!
    Nigel and I enjoyed reading your colourful post. Love B&N

  2. Wow Mieke, looks exciting.
    Summy is missing you desperately and keeps asking how long til you get back

  3. Hi Mieke, Thanks for that wonderful update. We love hearing about your adventures. I saw the colours with the sunrise and sunset at Uluru a couple of years ago and agree – it was amazing. It was even worth getting up so early to see the sunrise – and I am not much of an early morning person.

  4. Cool Mieke,
    it must’ve been amazing seeing all the colours. have you worked out how many colours Uluru turns Every evening.
    I hope you are having a great time
    Miss you

  5. Hello Mieke
    Reading your post and seeing the pictures reminds me of how vast and old Australia is and the photo of the tools tells me how the first Australians managed the land. Thank you for including us by blogging about your adventure.
    Libby/Wibby 🙂 xxx

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