Lungkata Walk, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Scenic Walking Area · Tourist Spot
Lungkata Walk invites you to discover beautiful sites and wonderful legends of Anangu Aboriginal people. This 1.5-hour teaching walk, part of Uluru base walk, takes you past four archaeological sites with rock paintings, Aboriginal sacred areas, and a cave, where you will learn the story about the blue-tongued lizard man, the crested bellbird man, and the hazards of steeling. The walk is wheelchair accessible. Arrange your visit to Lungkata Walk and discover more family-friendly attractions in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park using our Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park road trip planner.
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  • This walk is 4km long and wheelchair accessible in dry weather. Along the walk you will learn about the legend of Uluru. This walk joins the Kenya and Mala walks and is quite an was walk. On this...  more »
  • Lungkata section of the base walk was probably the least interesting... A short easy walk with a interesting sections of rock which have been shaped by wind and water. A bit more shade on this side.....  more »

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