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March
2015

Mutitjulu Waterhole: The History and Highlights of a Natural Wonder

Did you know that Uluru has a number of watering holes? Most people imagine Uluru as a large, jutting orange rock that adds a surreal silhouette to Australia’s outback, but they rarely know more than this. Yes, Uluru is ‘just a rock’ but it also boasts a selection of wonderful natural highlights. In the surrounding areas, there are valleys, peaks, and trails that weave through the dusty landscape and offer a burst of greenery against the arid backdrop. What is Mutitjulu Waterhole? Mutitjulu is one of these natural wonders that Uluru harbours – one that very few people actually know […]

   
  
11
March
2015

Uluru

You can’t think of Australia without seeing visions of the Outback. That red dirt and blazing sun, kangaroos, and boomerangs all epitomise Australia to foreigners, but not nearly as much as “the big rock.” People have been venturing to the centre of Australia for years, all en-route to view one of the world’s best examples of natural beauty. Ayers Rock (Uluru) has captivated sightseers with its mammoth size, unique geography, and presence since it was first discovered by non-indigenous men in the 1800s. Capture its breathtaking beauty at sunrise and sunset, as the giant sandstone rock changes colour throughout the […]

   
  
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