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Interactive map

Explore Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park without leaving your office. Take a virtual tour of the park’s walking tracks, cultural sites and visitor attractions; then imagine where your big idea could potentially be located.

How to use

Click on the  symbol on the top left hand corner of the map to select or de-select individual layers (such as key sites, culturally significant areas, roads and walking tracks and park infrastructure) on the map displayed.

Click on any name in this list to identify its location on the map.  Instructions on how to navigate around the map are below. 

This map can be viewed in full screen by selecting .

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a living cultural landscape. There are numerous specific sites of significance to Anangu in the park, and most of them are at or close to Uluru and Kata Tjuta. 

Hold left mouse button = Pan

Scroll wheel = Zoom

If you can’t see the map above, or you would like to use this map offline then follow these steps.
       Step 1: Download Google Earth and install on your computer
       Step 2: Download Uluru Map File and open through Google Earth (or similar map viewing tool)