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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta is a national park in the Northern Territory (Australia), 1431 km south of Darwin. Its most important site is Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock).

Fact sheet

  • Area: 132,566 ha
  • Latitude: 25° 18' 44" S
  • Longitude: 131° 01' 07" E
  • Date of establishment: 1987
  • Managing authorities:
    • Environment Australia / Parks Australia
    • Aboriginal traditional land owners (the Anangu people)
  • IUCN category: II

See also: Protected areas of the Northern Territory (Australia)

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