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12
April
2017

Uluru vs Ayers Rock: The Name Change of Australia’s Most Iconic Monument

Standing at 348 metres above the desert floor, Uluru is the world’s largest monolith and one of Australia’s most iconic […]

24
March
2017

Mt Conner – Red Centre’s hidden gem

When people think of Northern Territory’s Red Centre, one mountain generally springs to mind. Uluru is the world’s largest rock […]

16
March
2017

Exploring the Garden of Eden in Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon sits in the heart of Australia’s famed Red Centre close to the iconic landmark of Uluru. Here, vast […]

15
February
2017

The Significance of Uluru to Australian Indigenous Culture

Uluru might be one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, but it’s also a hugely important part of the country’s cultural […]

22
December
2016

Camels and Canyons at Kings Creek Station

In the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, the scenery looks like it’s from another planet. Uluru casts an impressive silhouette […]

5
December
2016

The Uluru Sunset Viewing Areas

Seeing the sunset across Uluru is almost a rite of passage for anyone visiting Australia. Tucked away in the stunning […]

17
November
2016

Activities and Accommodation at Kings Creek Station

In the heart of Australia’s Red Centre near Uluru, it’s difficult to find somewhere to refuel and rest. Enter the […]

1
September
2016

Mutitjulu Waterhole discovering Ayers Rock’s hidden gems

Australia has many iconic sights and locations that make it one of the world’s most fascinating countries from the great […]

11
August
2016

Kings Canyon: Following the trails of Watarrka National Park

The enchanting landscape of Australia’s Northern Territory is a vast mosaic of colours, and towards the south-west corner lies the […]

4
August
2016

The Incredible Changing Colours of Ayers Rock at Sunrise and Sunset

Ayers Rock or Uluru, as it is locally known, is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Set […]

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