Kata Tjuta

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Kata Tjuta, or the Olgas, consists of a number of monoliths there are as impressive as Uluru. The region around Kata Tjuta is known as the Valley of the Winds and a 6 km (4 miles) long circuit takes you past all the sights. The highest monolith is Mount Olga, which is actually much higher than Uluru (Ayers Rock), 32 km (20 miles) to the east.

Kata Tjuta is in the center of Australia, in the Northern Territory, 1430 km south of Darwin and 2100 km northwest of Canberra.


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