The Olgas, currently known as Kata Tjuta, are giant rock formations believed to be thousands of years old. The pillars are located about 30 kilometres away from Ayer’s Rock in the Red Centre. Together these enormous rock stone formations comprise the two most recognised landmarks inside Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
Kata Tjuta has many holiday parks listed with Campstay and is a popular destination for bush walks, scenic gorges, cold water holes and indigenous artists.
Kata Tjuta means 'many heads' and there are many legends related with Kata Tjuta. Among them is the story of the snake king Wanambi who is said to live on the peak of Mount Olga, only coming down during dry season.
Booking your next Kata Tjuta adventure holiday has never been easier. Campstay offers a great selection of camping options in and around Kata Tjuta which include family friendly camp sites, motorhome and campervan powered sites, caravan parks and cabins.