Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Central Australia

Wanambi-pidi - Mt. Olga

Mount Olga or Wanambi-pidi, rising about 550 metres above the plain (and 1066 metres above sea level) is the highest of the 36 monoliths at Kata Tjuta (“many heads”). It is associated with Wanambi, the mythical Rainbow Serpent who is supposed to live at a rockhole on the top.

Photo by Ludo Kuipers, Tue Jul 16, 1991
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