Exploring the Park
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Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park is a popular visitor destination, attracting hundreds of thousands of Australian and international visitors each year. The majority of these visitors participate in organised tours. Therefore, it is the role of tour guides to introduce the Park according to the wishes of the Traditional Owners – by using the key messages and ensuring clients visit the Cultural Centre before touring the Park.
Tour guides must plan an appropriate itinerary for their clients and the prevailing conditions. They must also be familiar with the existing infrastructure and any planned changes. Knowing about this will ensure clients are introduced to the Park in a way that allows them to satisfy their interests while exploring the Park safely and appropriately.
This section aims to provide guides with the necessary information to: introduce clients to the Cultural Centre use the Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park Visitor Guide (Visitor Guide), learn about and convey the key messages of the Park, and plan itineraries which are appropriate both for clients and prevailing weather conditions.
The following topics will be covered in this section:
This section also includes links that provide up-to-date information about Park infrastructure, as well as planned upgrades and improvements to enhance the safety and enjoyment of visitors to the Park.
The Traditional Owners ask that people coming to Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park visit the Cultural Centre first so that they can then truly experience the living cultural landscape of the Park.