"Uluru is one of Australia’s most iconic images in the red heart of the country. While it is majestic from a distance, it is also fascinating to get up close and walk into one of its many gorges. Kantju Gorge, shown here, is particularly magical at sunset, where the rock appears to glow from within. For more information about how to explore Uluru go to the app AUSTRALIA: WHERE TO GO." - @Sue Henly
A waterfall is seen in Kantju Gorge as it rains at Uluru on November 28, 2013 in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia. Uluru/ Ayers Rock is a large sandstone formation situated in central Australia approximately 335km from Alice Springs. The site and its surrounding area is scared to the Anangu people, the Indigenous people of this area and is visited by over 250,000 people each year. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia - Uluru is one of Australia's most famous landmarks and is the country's most visited site. The mysterious red monolith is the weathered peak of a buried mountain range and rises some 430 meters from the desert and has a perimeter of about 5.5 miles.