Rare Uluru Waterfalls Spotted in Australia

Rare Uluru Waterfalls Spotted in Australia

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Northern Territory, Australia. The sandstone rock is one of the most famous attractions in Australia. Uluru is 348 m (1,142 ft) high, its impressive circumference is 9.4 km (5.8 mi) long. The inselberg is believed to be sacred by Aboriginal people.

Besides its geological and cultural significance, Uluru sometimes amuses with this rare phenomena. During the wet season, which begins approximately in November and ends in March, the accumulated water flows down the rack, creating these gorgeous tiny waterfalls.

Why to go there?

It is one of the most famous landmarks in Australia.

When to go there?

All year round. To see the waterfalls try going from November to March.

How to get there?

By plane from Perth, Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane. Or drive from Alice Springs.

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Uluru-Photo by Barcroft Media

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