Kata Tjuta, also known as the Olgas, consist of 36 large rounded rock formations of which the highest (Mount Olga) rises 546 metres above the surrounded area. Kata Tjuta is together with the Ayers Rock (Uluru) a major landmark in the Uluru-Kata-Tjuta-Nationalpark (formerly Ayers-Rock-Nationalpark).
Medal with bas-relief of Polish Pawel Explorer and geologist Edmund Strzelecki (1797-1873).
Red Kangaroo and Kata Tjuta.
The stamp was issued in the series "Polish Scientists & Explorers".
Australia 1979, Kata Tjuta.
United Nations New York 1992, Kata Tjuta.
St. Vincent & the Greanadoines 1997, Kata Tjuta.
United Nations 1999, Kata Tjuta Nationalpark.
The stamps were issued in the series "Unesco Heritage Sites Australia".
Australia 2008, Walpa Gorge (Kata Tjuta).
(perforated/gummed & self-adhesive/die-cut)