Mutitjulu Waterhole is located in the folds at the base of Ayres Rock in Uluru National Park.

The walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole is a short and easy walk from the car park, the pathway is unsealed but flat enough to be able to push a pram with no trouble. Families can view boulders bigger than houses, the most spectacular scenery and small rock caves with paintings dating back thousands of years by the Anangu People.

The walking track leads to a viewing platform where you can view the usual curved shape of the rock and a small pool of water at the bottom.

Opening Hours:

Address: Mutitjulu Waterhole, 0872, Petermann, NT
Age : Family friendly.
Cost : Free to walk. National park entry fees.
Prebook : Just turn up.
Pram Accessibility : Unsealed pathways.
Refreshments : Bring a packed lunch and water bottle. Picnic tables.
In/Outdoor : Outdoor.
Parking : Free parking lot.

Ayres Rock Mutitjulu Waterhole Walk, Uluru National Park

Mutitjulu Waterhole, 0872, Petermann, NT
Mutitjulu Waterhole, 0872, Petermann, NT

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