Here you can read about Uluru – Part I from 2012!
Safe to say in 7 years, not a lot has changed in the outback. I had a husband this time though!
This time we flew into Uluru direct from Brisbane which I would 1000% recommend. If you’re mainly going to see Uluru and Kings Canyon, there is no need to fly to Alice Springs, (a small country town; there is of course a lot of other things to see and do in that area however if Uluru is the main part of your trip remember it’s 5-6 hour drive fro Alice Springs!
We booked on a tour this time too because I loved it so much, the guides are so knowledgeable and it’s stress free with no driving or worrying about breaking down/running out of water etc. It was recommended to drink 1L of water per hour, the only way I can describe it was that it was like when you breath inside of a sauna and you can feel the dry-ness in your throat.. anyway…
– I’ll let the pictures do the talking this time:
- Uluru sunrise is just breath-taking.
- AND SUNSET:
- Kings Canyon, we found a tree that stores water in its bark and when you put your ear to it you could hear the running water, magical!
- Saw my first wild two dingoes (no pictures, but I’ll add sleeping in a swag here.)
- The red sand (That’s Foolaru behind) at Curtis Falls Cattle Station where they now herd the cattle with “the water method” – Put out the water and the cattle will come! (Saves on the Heli costs)
- It rained at Kata Tjuta
And lastly: showing this guy one of the most magical places I think there is… (so far…)
If you would like to see more videos and pictures theres about 357 on my Instagram highlights @tegansunshine 🙂