This stop was worth the drive. An oasis in the desert. The sunrise and sunset viewing platforms of the Canyon were beautiful. Having a waiter on standby for drinks was a great idea. Photo opportunities galore.
This is truly amazing and has some great hiking treks around as well. Treks range from easy to Hard. There are a range of treks ranging from 1km to 20km. Really is nice to read the stories from the aborigines and there history. Must spend at least 2 days here to get everything done. Really is worthwhile.
We were on a 3 night package to Uluru and went on a AAT coach tour to Kings Canyon, early start at 4.45am from Uluru & to our destination some 3.5 hours trip with a breakfast stop at Kings Creek Cattle Station. We did the Canyon floor walk and the coach driver/guide was very informative. Other more adventurous and fitter... 更多
It's the Kings Canyon Rim Walk this morning which I was really looking forward to. It's pitch black when we get to the start and I think how the bloody hell are we going to see where we are going.....but dawn soon broke. We had been told that there were 500 steps to climb at the start to reach the... 更多
The scenery is pleasant and the hike is very enjoyable. Not the most impressive canyon but still provides a great view. There are lots of photo opportunities as well. It is a long way from both Alice Springs & Uluru so you'll have to put up,with the drive.
We were fortunate enough to to do the rim walk with a friend who guides this area. She was able to point out interesting facts about the geological history of the area as well as info about the ancient cycads and other plants. The steep walk to the top was worth it with magnificent views of the plains. We took... 更多
kings canyon was awesome i could not climb the stairs though got to 40 up and gave up lol but heard its well worth the climb, great smaller walks if your not up to climbing also can do the rim walk backwards so i was told by a bloke who did it
We decided that while in Yulara, we were going to see as much of the area as we could possibly fit into our 5 days. One of the first tours we booked was to Kings Canyon and we are so happy we did! We were collected from our hotel in Yulara at 5am and started the 3 hour drive. Many... 更多
This was a stop on our tour from Alice springs out to uluru which was do more than worth it. I've been to the grand canyon and this is very different in comparison, the outback is its own place and everything within it is worth a stop as no where else in the world is similar to it! That said... 更多
This canyon is a must see and you will get memories that will stay with you forever. There are a couple of walks to do I suggest the long 6k one that goes around and over. Take water!
Get up early, get those sturdy boots, hat, water bottles and snacks out and prepare yourself for a walk of a lifetime. Stunnding landscapes, vast panaramas and sheer cliffs (parents love this bit). Go to bathroom before you leave carpark. No toilets on the rim walk. And no water stations.
What a fantastic way to spend a day - a helicopter ride to experience the scenery from the air, followed by the spectacular rim walk around the canyon. Peace and quiet, views forever. Kings Canyon might be doff the beaten track, but it is well worth the detour. We only had 2 nights stay, but could easily have stayed much... 更多
King's Canyon is spectacular. We walked into the canyon and then took a helicopter flight over the top. Friends walked around the canyon rim (but the start of the walk is called Heart-attack Hill).
What a fantastic 3 hours of walking, we decided to opt for a walk on our own and miss the crowded tours, this was a good decision and much quicker. There is a steep climb at the start, but with a few rest stops easy, Cotterill's lookout has amazing views, make sure you walk to the very end of The... 更多