Ayers Rock Connellan Airport (AYQ) in Yulara, NT

Ayers Rock Connellan Airport (AYQ) in Yulara, NT

Lasseter Highway, Kings Canyon - Yulara: wild flower in the red earth Travel photo of the tourist resort Yulara, the "jumping board" into the national parks Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (Olgas). Yulara lays in the heart of Australia, in the red centre an is starting point for scenic flights by airplane or helicopter in the Northern Territory, Australia.  Reisefoto vom Touristenresort Yulara, dem Sprungbrett in die Nationalparks Uluru (Ayers Rock) und Kata Tjuta (Olgas). Yulara liegt im…

Lasseter Highway, Kings Canyon - Yulara: wild flower in the red earth Travel photo of the tourist resort Yulara, the "jumping board" into the national parks Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (Olgas). Yulara lays in the heart of Australia, in the red centre an is starting point for scenic flights by airplane or helicopter in the Northern Territory, Australia. Reisefoto vom Touristenresort Yulara, dem Sprungbrett in die Nationalparks Uluru (Ayers Rock) und Kata Tjuta (Olgas). Yulara liegt im…

Sails in the Desert Ayers Rock

Sails in the Desert Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock Resort - Yulara

Ayers Rock Resort - Yulara

#hypelife: currently on exhibit in in Uluru, Australia, “Field of Light” by Bruce Munro is comprised of more than 50,000 lights stretching to an area the size of four football fields. The monumental light-installation is completely solar powered, lighting up once before sunrise, and once after the sun sets.

#hypelife: currently on exhibit in in Uluru, Australia, “Field of Light” by Bruce Munro is comprised of more than 50,000 lights stretching to an area the size of four football fields. The monumental light-installation is completely solar powered, lighting up once before sunrise, and once after the sun sets.

Virgin Top Tip: Ayres Rock is one of the most impressive landmarks in Australia, jutting up about 350m from its barren surroundings and extending further than this below ground. A World Heritage Site, Ayres Rock also goes by the Aboriginal name of Uluru, and tribes were living in the area 10,000 years ago. Visitors can climb Ayres Rock as well as explore the base of it. We recommend viewing the rock during sunrise and sunset, to watch the natural light change the colours of the earth.

Virgin Top Tip: Ayres Rock is one of the most impressive landmarks in Australia, jutting up about 350m from its barren surroundings and extending further than this below ground. A World Heritage Site, Ayres Rock also goes by the Aboriginal name of Uluru, and tribes were living in the area 10,000 years ago. Visitors can climb Ayres Rock as well as explore the base of it. We recommend viewing the rock during sunrise and sunset, to watch the natural light change the colours of the earth.

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