Uluru, (formerly known as Ayres Rock) central Australia

Uluru , Ayers Rock, Australia This huge rock rises up in the middle of nowhere in the dry outback. Over feet high, nearly 6 miles in circumference and continuing underground for about 3 miles.

Uluru, Kata Tjuṯa National Park - Outback Australia

Travel Pinspiration - Outback Australia

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Aerial of Uluru (Ayers Rock).

Aerial of Uluru (Ayers Rock). - Stands on my travel list

Uluru, Northern Territory

Milky Way looking south over Uluru, Central Australia // John White Photos

Ayers rock Uluru aboriginal man with a Didgeridoo.

Australian Aboriginal with his wind instrument; a Didgeridoo. It is blown into making assorted drone sounds. Very essential in many Aboriginal ceremonies.

In the creation story of the Dreaming, the Rainbow Serpent fashioned the earth and then returned to a spot east of the Kimberleys at a place where the rainbow meets the earth. The Rainbow Serpent's eggs fossilised and became what non-Aborigines now call the Devils Marbles. The Aborigines know them as Karlukarlu. This collection of huge, round, red-colored boulders is found in the Tennant Creek region of Australia's Northern Territory.

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Devils Marbles makes on the 10 Fabulous But Less Known Family Getaways In Australia List - I've always wanted to visit Australia

The Olgas.  Even bigger than Uluru.  Amazing walking tracks through here too.

The Olgas – Step Into The “Dreamtime” World of Australia Aboriginal People