Kings Canyon

Our next stop is at Kings Canyon in the Watarrka National Park about 300 km from Uluru. Fortunately the roads are all bitumen and in good condition.

The cold wind is still blowing. The skies are bright blue. The redish colour of the rock formations and canyon walls contrast with the river gum trees and the sky. And the flies are unbelievable!


We returned at sunset to see the colours change.

Next stop will be Alice Springs.

 

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5 Responses to Kings Canyon

  1. Ron and Julie says:

    Great pics guys…we did the rim walk with the team and really enjoyed it.
    Amazing Scenery and can see that the fly population has not decreased since our visit.
    Keep on having fun

  2. Debra Kolkka says:

    Stunning landscape!

  3. Peter Jackson says:

    Unique part of Australia harsh but beautiful. Thankfully there are no flies here in Madrid but it is very hot.

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