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13
May
2019

What gives Uluru its red colour?

What gives Uluru its red colour?

For over 30,000 years the sacred site of Uluru and its surroundings have been populated by Indigenous Australians. The Anangu […]

22
April
2019

What clothes should you take to Uluru?

What clothes should you take to Uluru?

The key to a great holiday in the Uluru is not the activities you do, the people you meet, or […]

12
April
2019

What are the features of Uluru?

What are the features of Uluru?

The most recognisable natural landmark in the entire country, even the entire world; Uluru. Also known as Ayer’s Rock, is […]

29
March
2019

How do you get to Uluru?

How do you get to Uluru?

While you are down under, undoubtedly one of Australia’s greatest sights is the famous Uluru. Renowned for being one of […]

1
March
2019

Why you shouldn’t climb Uluru

Why you shouldn’t climb Uluru

Uluru is undoubtedly one of Australia’s most recognisable landmarks. Its striking orange tone creates an outstanding look in the harsh, […]

22
February
2019

How can you see Uluru?

How can you see Uluru?

Uluru is pretty large, surely it’s easy to see, right? Uluru is undoubtedly one of the world’s most recognisable natural […]

15
February
2019

Why is Uluru on the World Heritage list?

Why is Uluru on the World Heritage list?

Uluru holds a place on the World Heritage List, but why? World Heritage sites are  universally important areas, structures, or […]

9
October
2018

When is the best time to visit Uluru?

When is the best time to visit Uluru?

Nestled in the heart of the Red Centre of Australia, Uluru is by far one of the most recognisable landmarks […]

10
November
2017

Camel Riding in Uluru

Camel Riding in Uluru

Deep in the heart of Australia’s red centre, Uluru towers over the surrounding scenery. The ancient rock is a stunning […]

20
July
2017

The Impressive Landscape of Uluru

The Impressive Landscape of Uluru

Uluru is one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks and one of the country’s major tourist hotspots – and for good […]

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