Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Kata Tjuta - 9th September 2009
Kata Tjuta, also known as the Olgas, are an impressive group of massive domed rocks located 50km from Uluru. Whilst none are individually as large as Uluru, the overall group is bigger and some of the individual domes are taller. Also impressive is that the rocks were formed differently geologically to Uluru, despite their proximity. Whilst walking through the Valley of the Winds in the afternoon I was continually being wowed, looking up at the domes rising above my head. We also visited the Gorge walk, prior to capping off a day devoted to Kata Tjuta at it's sunset viewing area.
Posted by Shandos Cleaver at 11:28 PM