Kantju Gorge

Point Of Interest

4.1 from 9 users


Mala Walk, Uluru, Northern Territory



Waterhole accessible along the Mala Walk which goes from the Mala carpark to Kantju Gorge. Visitors to this significant cultural site are asked to strictly keep on the marked pathways. Swimming in the waterhole is not allowed. Wheelchair access with assistance should be possible. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -25.33995 Lng: 131.02823

User Reviews



We got to see this when it was sunny and then the next day with a waterfall, unbelievable! Follow us on Instagram @offroad_4x4_adventures



Ranger walk at 8am was modified for covid. The ranger spoke for 5 minutes before giving us half an hour to do the walk ourselves and met us at the end to answer questions. He was very knowledgeable and the walk was one of our favourites. Toilets were just over 200m away from the beginning of the walk but none along the way and no where to fill up drink bottles so just be aware. Travelling Australia in a van @jasmineinjuly


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You can not swim in it because selfish, ignorant tourists who climb Uluru frequently urinate and dedicate on top of it (with three hours of walking and a recommended 3l of water to drink, youre bound to need to urinate). All this urine and forces gets washed into this water hole when it rains. Aboriginal children are even getting ill from it.


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