Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) – plants, trees and the Valley of the Winds

Kata Tjuta

Uluru, Northern Territory

More remarkable than Uluru in many ways is it’s near neighbour Kata Tjuta. The geology of Central Australia is fascinating. I’ve promised myself to research it to fully understand what has been going on in the interior of this vast sub-continent. One day, one day. For the meantime I’m more than satisfied by our walk through the Valley of the Winds and the pictures I took of the vegetation – much of it Aboriginal “bush tucker”.

Bush tucker flowers

Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory

Bush tucker berries

Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory

Wood bark

Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory

Dead wood

Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory

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