Ayers Rock, Uluru, Australia

[Australia I WILL come back!] Uluru Runoff by Andrew Purdam: Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park in Central Australia is a World Heritage Site.

- Mount Conner, Northern Territory, Australia, is sometimes mistaken for Uluru (Ayers Rock). It's just as unique and spectacular at Dawn and Sunset.

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁- Mount Conner, Northern Territory, Australia, is sometimes mistaken for Uluru (Ayers Rock). It's just as unique and spectacular at Dawn and Sunset.

Kings Canyon, Northern Territory | Best Canvas Prints Online

Kings Canyon is part of the Watarrka National Park in the Northern Territory - Australia

Milky Way and Uluru/Ayers Rock, Australia  Also known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is believed to have been created at the beginning of time by 10 ancestors, or spirit people, of the Aboriginal people. Tours of Ayers Rock emphasise this connection with the beginnings of the local Anangu Aboriginal people while also highlighting the natural power of the sandstone monolith.

Milky Way and Uluru/Ayers Rock, Australia Also known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is believed to have been created at the beginning of time by 10 ancestors, or spirit people, of the Aboriginal people. Tours of Ayers Rock emphasise this connection with the beginn

Uluru - been there, did the walk all around the base.

Uluru beautiful and a sacred site definitely on my list before I travel anywhere else ❤

This image was taken when 50 members of the Australian Geographic Society travelled to central Australia to celebrate the life and work of pioneer roadbuilder Len Beadell. Photo Credit: Peter McNeill

Aussie deserts: Our outback scenes - Australian Geographic (photo credit: Peter McNeill)

The enormous #CathedralGorge is one of the best places in Australia to test out your vocal cords and shout out "cooeee" - due to its incredible natural acoustics. You'll find this awe-inspiring natural amphitheatre in @westernaustralia's #Purnululu National Park, which is located in the East Kimberley, around 100km from Halls Creek and 250km from Kununurra. Photo: @aptouring

The enormous is one of the best places in Australia to test out your vocal cords and shout out "cooeee" - due to its incredible natural acoustics. You'll find this awe-inspiring natural amphitheatre in Nation


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