Uluru – Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory, Australia (4/10)

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Location: Northern Territory
Accommodation: Check Hotels Near Uluru

It doesn’t get more Australian that the red sands of Uluru in the heart of Australia. Formally known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is a massive monolith (rock) that is 3.6 kilometres long, 1.9 kilometres wide 9.4 kilometres around the base. It is one of the most photographed locations in Australia and the world.

Lots of people visit Uluru for sunrise or sunset when the colours change in the different light and offers amazing photo opportunities. It is also worth visiting the Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) which are approx 50km away from Uluru and are amazing in their own right.

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Written by Richard Ascough

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