Uluru - or Ayers Rock - is Australia's proud symbol, and site of spiritual significance for the Anangu people. Like an iceberg, it's believed that only a third of the big red rock lies above ground. What we can see measures 3.6 km (2.5 miles) ... 

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May 2013



Sunrise Over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Base Walk with Indigenous Guide

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March 2012


Helicopter ride over Uluru

Hubby and I at Uluru

January 2011

Perfect photo opp during sunset

Uluru Sunset

January 2011

We had a beautiful day, blue sky, and the sunset was just amazing

Ayers Rock

February 2009

Jialin L

Ayers Rock at sunrise from the helicopter.


March 2015


Uluru behind me. Great setting


March 2015

Perspective of Uluru from the front passenger seat

Uluru from 2500 feet

February 2015

This is how we were introduced to Uluru - a wonder on the middle distance as we flew in from Ayres Rock airport - the pilot positioning our helicopter to give all a great view.

Champagne and Uluru

August 2014

Champagne as the sun sets over Uluru

Sunrise at Ayers Rock

June 2014

After waiting in the cold the sun eventually came up over Ayers rock

Ayers Rock at Sunset

June 2014

Ayers rock turned a magnificent red just before the sun set it was a great experience


June 2014

Uluru from the air.

Uluru sunset

May 2014

Never have enough of Uluru - and this tour took us to fantastic view and allowed us all the time we needed for photos!


January 2014

It's not every day you get to travel by camel, thankfully not all the way from Alice Springs to Uluru though!


November 2013



Small-Group Tour: Sunrise Over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Base Walk with Indigenous Guide

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