We woke up early in the morning to drive from Ayers Rock to Kings Canyon (2.5 - 3h easy drive) to try to arrive there before the real hot started, and we decided to go for the 6km Rim Walk. It's a really nice walk...More
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We did 2 walks in or close to Kings Canyon. We did Kathleen Springs (about 20km further from the resort than the other trails) and the Creek Walk. Both were splendid and scenic. We saw some great bird life and obviously also the rock formations...More
I did the rim walk in mid September but even then the forecast was for temperatures in the high 30s. Be smart and start the walk early (say 7am) - make sure you have adequate water. It takes 2.5-3 hours at a relaxed pace so...More
Hello Anne3212015, thank you for your review, I’m pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to Kings Canyon so much, it really is a remarkable place to visit. I just wanted to let other visitors know the best place to view the Garden of Eden...More
Well marked hiking trail enjoyable for the whole family... The initial climb was steep at times but well worth the effort. The variation in views and elevation occupied our children throughout the 6.5 km.
We completed the longer Rim Walk - definitely needs some fitness but if you take your time up the first section it is well worth the exertion! An absolute marvel. The park is well signed with good facilities and water only at base of walk....More
Great walks under the hammering sun. The Park is jointly managed by the Traditional Owners and the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory.
Living in the centre, provides great opportunities to visit places like this spectacular location over several occasions. Watarrka National Park incorporates the much visited and Spectacular, Kings Canyon at the western end of the George Gill Range, Petermann Pound and also Kathleen Springs, located further...More
Stayed for 2 nights . Did helicopter ride then rim walk. Both invaluable experiences. Caravan park employees are exceptionally accommodating and helpful. Just make sure you plan and book early;so as you get a site.
The national park is fantastic, the scenery is breathtaking and well marked and maintained, there are a couple of walking tracks for all skill/fitness levels, all of which are excellent and worthwhile. The rim walk was the highlight by far, we started it at sunrise,...More
nice park very expensive , diesel $1.98 litre, can of baked beans was $3.80. was worth the trip out for the scenery again customer service lacking