The Uluru and Kata Tjuta are famous for its red rocks and dome and is an internationally recognized world heritage site.
This national park, located in Northern Territory of Australia, is home to around 21 species of mammals, 73 varieties of reptiles and 178 varieties of birds. It is also home to more than 400 varieties of plants. Thus, this national park is rich in flora and fauna.
The main activities of the park include bird watching and bushwalking. The park also provides a spectacular view of sunrise and sunset which is worth viewing.