In Stills: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

In June/July my family and I took a trip to the heart of Australia and we couldn’t leave without visiting Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Here are some photographs from that trip.






We were lucky enough to go and experience walking through Bruce Munro’s art installation The Field of Light. The art piece was made up of over 50,000 frosted glass spheres that lit up the ground in a spectacular display of colour and light.






Uluru isn’t the only attraction to see when you venture to Yulara. Kata Tjuta (or The Olgas as they are more commonly known) is an incredible rock formation just 50km away from the famous rock. I never realised just how incredibly vast the landscape is in this area until I took a trip down The Valley of the Winds walk at Kata Tjuta. The pictures I took don’t do this incredible sight justice and in my opinion, this place is just as important to visit as Uluru.







It is very important to recognise the significance of the land upon which I was walking throughout this trip. I thought I would share the story of Uluru and the Mala people:



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All photos were taken by me on a Nikon D5500. If you want to see more pictures like this, make sure you follow my Instagram!

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