Uluru is a huge monolith that rises out of the arid land almost in the center of the Australian continent. Also known as Ayers Rock, it is one of Australia's most famous scenic spots. The site, which is filled with abundant water in the hollows of the rock, has been inhabited for more than 10,000 years and has been cherished as a sacred place by the Anangu people, an indigenous people who worship nature. The reddish surface of the rock changes its appearance every moment as the sunrise and sunset illuminate it, creating a spectacular natural art that attracts people from all over the world.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is located in the arid region of central Australia. Uluru and Kata Tjuta, large rocky peaks that sit on a wide expanse of land, have been revered as sacred sites by the indigenous Anangu people. The park has been registered as a World Heritage Site for both culture and nature in recognition of its distinctive natural formations and the traditions of the people who live there. Here, far from the city, visitors can enjoy a journey to the beauty of the sacred rocky mountains that have remained unchanged since time immemorial.