Northern Territory, Australia
Kata Tjuta is located in a very dry area of Australia. The surroundings are very flat and dry, There are few trees in this area but lots of dry bushes and grass patches. These rocks massive rocks are made of a mix of sandstone and granite which makes them have a reddish tint to them. There are 36 domes in all and they cover 12 square miles. The highest point is Mt. Olga which is 3,497 ft above sea level. In Kata Tjuta National Park there are many trails for tourist to visit these rocks. The trails wind in around these giant rocks.
Kata Tjuta sky view
This is a view from the sky of the sun setting on Kata Tjuta
Plains around rocks
Another view from the sky but this picture shows how odd these rocks are because of how flat the surroundings are.
Sun setting down on the rocks
The best time to view these massive rocks is late in the afternoon to see the sunset. That's when most tourist like to view the national park.