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Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock), Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, Australia; UNESCO World Heritage Site

Here are some culturally insensitive people climbing Uluru. I didn't acutally expect to see this many people climbing. According to our brochure, 35 people have died doing this- at a height of 348 metres, it's no easy feat. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Northern Territory, Australia.

Uluru (Ayers Rock) (0601406), Peter Taylor Tjutjatja

Uluru (Ayers Rock) by Peter Taylor Tjutjatja from Alice Springs, Central Australia created an 49 x 37 cm painting. Free worldwide shipping and order tracking and certificate of authenticity with every piece of artwork along with a customer satisfaction guarantee from the Aboriginal Art Store

Love this! It really makes you realise how big Ayers Rock is!  p.s. I can't remember where I found this, so if anyone knows can you let me know. Tks!

Love this! It really makes you realise how big Ayers Rock is! p.s. I can't remember where I found this, so if anyone knows can you let me know. Tks!

Aboriginal Dancers    Photograph by Penny Tweedie/Getty Images    Aborigines kick up dust in a dance at sunset. The original inhabitants of Australia, Aborigines were there for more than 40,000 years before white men arrived. European settlers brought disease and politics to the continent, severely endangering the Aborigines’ distinct culture, language, and lifestyle.

See photos of Australia (including Ayers Rock, Sydney, koalas, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

Rain running down Uluru after 20 years.

“It took 20 years of waiting to capture rain running down the rock Uluru or Ayers Rock, #AUSTRALIA by Peter Carroll”

Best Things to Do at Uluru / Ayers Rock, Australia

Ayers Rock, or Uluru, as it’s known to the Aboriginal owners of the land is one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks. You can hike or take a camel tour.