Also known as Ayers Rock, a large sandstone rock formation covering 9.4 km in circumference, this famous Australian landmark is situated in the southern region of the Northern Territory.
The area around the formation is home to a plethora of springs, waterholes, rock caves that are just waiting to be explored. Make sure you take notice of the ancient indigenous paintings.
There are so many guided tours around Uluru, detailing the history of this famous landmark.
Follow in the footsteps of our ancestral beings that shaped the landscape. By choosing to walk around Uluru instead of climbing, you will be respecting Tjukurpa and Anangu wishes, two of Uluru’s aboriginal tribes.


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