From the Kuniya carpark, visitors can walk the short track to Mutitjulu waterhole, home of a Wanampi, an ancestral watersnake.
From the Kuniya carpark, visitors can walk the short track to Mutitjulu waterhole, home of a wanampi, an ancestral watersnake.
In the special times of rain, experience the magical waterfalls, while in the warmer months watch for noisy finches and nankeen kestrels soaring on the thermal winds. For the keen bird watcher, you may spot nesting black-breasted buzzards or tawny frogmouths.
Here you can learn how Kuniya and Liru (the woma python woman and poisonous snake man) helped create Uluru. This is a living cultural landscape. Kuniya is still here. Her spirit is here. The art caves are still used by Anangu today. This is a special place.
Grade 1 | 1 km return | 30-45 mins | wheelchair accessible