The Mala Walk, on the North-West side of Uluru, is a free guided walk at the base of Uluru and Kantju Gorge.
Within the sheer vertical walls of Kantju Gorge is a profound tranquility and calm away from crowds.
Your guide will take you along the base of the rock telling the story of the Mala (rufous hare-wallaby) Tjukurpa. An Indigenous guide will explain traditional Anangu culture, religion and history and you’ll see examples of ancient rock art.
The daily ranger-guided walk is at 8.00 am (October – April) and 10.00 am (May – Sept) and departs from the Mala Walk car park. Click here for a map.
The walk is pram and wheelchair accessible. You can do this walk unguided at any time. Self -guided walk information is available at the Visitor Information Centre. The light on the walk is spectacular in the late afternoon.
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Image/s: By Jordan Nyhouse (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons