The perimeter of Uluru base is approximately 10.6km ,it takes approximately 3.5 hours to complete. We reached the Kuniya car park around 3:30 PM ,since we had to witness the sun set (6:30 pm) so we started the base walk from Kuniya car park and finished at the car park near uluru climb, took us approximately 2 hours in total.
Quick Tip :-
1. There are a few locations designated as "sensitive areas" where photography is prohibited.
2.At Uluru, using drones is likewise not permitted.
3. If you want to avoid getting lost when base-walking, just remember that "The rock is always on your right hand side" to guarantee that you are heading in the proper direction.
The base walk was incredibly amazing, with the rock's texture changing depending on the angle it is viewed from and its color changing with the light of the sun. Numerous indigenous tales, such Kuniya-Liru and Lungkata, are connected to the rock and are the inspiration for the hikes that bear their names. While strolling, it is possible to observe various locations on the rock that are significant to these tales.