Kata Tjuta (formerly known as The Olgas)  is yet another incredible landmark with deep cultural significance in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory. Although the iconic landmark of the area is Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) due to its cultural ties to the land & its traditional people, Kata Tjuta is just as (if not more in my opinion) impressive! Kata Tjuta is made up of 36 steep monoliths, the tallest of which is 546m, a whopping 198m TALLER than Uluru!

I had set out to find a unique viewpoint of this epic landscape one afternoon as I was uninspired by the view from the designated viewing areas. After an hours hike through prickly bushland I arrived at what I had hoped would be the view I was after. As the setting sun raced across the land towards the domes of Kata Tjuta, the monument started to glow red as it usually does in the late afternoon sun & the almost full moon rose high above the unique scenery offering the cherry on top of an already beautiful moment in time.



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