Kuniya Carpark - Start of Kuniya Walk

Point Of Interest

4.3 from 6 users


Mutitjulu, Northern Territory


From the Kuniya carpark, visitors can walk the short track to Mutitjulu waterhole, home of a wanampi, an ancestral watersnake. Distance: 1km return. This walk would be accessable to wheelchair with assistance. Visitors are asked to strictly stay on the marked tracks. Swimming in the waterhole is not permitted. This is a significant cultural site. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -25.354979 Lng: 131.03355

User Reviews



Easy short walk if you aren't doing the whole base. Worth seeing, only takes 20 mins.


User 1817099

We cycled (own bikes) around the rock. Took us about 90 minutes with 3 kids (6, 10, 11), stopping at each location around the rock. It was fantastic and highly recommend. Understanding the beliefs of the aboriginal people is crucial to understanding this unbelievable piece of nature. Unfortunately some still don't get it and you can see evidence where they have entered sacred areas - to get 1 metre closer?! Have some !respect



What a great time we had here! Definitely recommend parking at the waterhole carpark. Also if you are travelling with pushbike definitely recommend take them it as you can use your pushbike to ride around the base of Uluru it takes approximately one hour depending how many times you stopped to take photos Others said it took them 4 hours to walk! Follow our journey @ontravelaus


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