Olgas and Ayers Rock

Written by Michael Zangerle on . Posted in Australia

First we appreciated the red rock formations of the Olgas before we went for the sunset to the Ayers Rock (Uluru). So we enjoyed the color game with pasta and whine.

Since there are no free camp areas like in Western Australia we have to go to the biggest and most likely most expensive campground Australia’s. It is more a city than a campground with hotels different levels, petrol station, shops, restaurants and bars.

The next morning we headed towards the Uluru early morning – with thousand others. Coming first from Western Australia, we didn’t have to pay a park fee but now coming from the Northern Territory we had to pay AUS $25/person. Interesting but that’s the way it is.