Uluru or Ayers Rock, is a World Heritage Site in Australia


Uluru or Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. which offers travelers a show not to be found anywhere else in the world. Since the park was listed as a World Heritage Site, annual visitor numbers rose to over 400,000 visitors by the from year to year. The most interesting part of this place is the rock appears to change color at different times of day, from brown to purple to red. Aborigines believe the rock holds the magic power, with ancient beings Dream encapsulated below. Visitors to the rock will surely find that this is indeed a dream experienceat the time of Uluru climb. Via

Uluru in Australia
Uluru or Ayers Rock in central Australia
Uluru, Famous Sandstone Rock Formation in Australia