Uluru-Kata Tjuta Signature Walk

Document Library & Management Plans

In accordance Annexure 1, Condition 24, of the Australian Government - Department of Climate Change, Energy , the Environment and Water approval decision for the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Signature Walk (UKTSW), Northern Territory (EPBC ref: 2020/8840); the following approved UKTSW Management Plans are available to the public: 

Cultural Heritage Management Plan, and Unanticipated and Accidental Discovery Protocol (PDF)

Environmental Management Plan, and Rehabilitation Management Plan (PDF)

Vehicle and Helicopter Management Plan (PDF)

Water Tank Management Plan (PDF)

Emergency Management Plan, and Bushfire Emergency Management Plan (PDF)

Construction Management Plan (PDF)

Operations Management Plan (PDF)

Annual Compliance Report - Period ending 16/02/2024 (PDF)


Uluru-Kata Tjuta Signature Walk acknowledges the cultural landscape of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. We acknowledge the Anangu, in particular the Nguraritja People, as the Traditional Owners and their living connections to this scared place through Elders, past, present and emerging.

We walk this Country together, both Anangu and Piranpa (non-Anangu), with a spirit of deep respect for the many pathways that unite at this ancient meeting place.