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Ayers Rock (Uluru)


Ayers Rock, now known as Uluru, is a 2,831 ft high sandstone rock formation in the Northern Territories of Australia, a sacred site to indigenous Australians, and believed to be more than 600 million years old.

It is Australia’s most famous natural landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ayers Rock is located in the heart of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, an ancient landscape of high cultural and spiritual importance which also includes the 36 red rock domes of the Kata Tjuta, formerly known as The Olgas.

The Anangu people are the traditional custodians of Uluru, and lead walking tours around the base, explaining the ancient creation mythology of Dreamtime and pointing out significant features. The most popular times to visit Uluru are at sunrise and sunset, too see the spectacular colour changes of the rock’s surface from the viewing areas.

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