Uluru

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Uluru

(ˌuːləˈruː)
n
(Placename) a large isolated desert rock, sometimes described as the world's largest monolith, in the Northern Territory of Australia: sacred to local Aboriginal people. Height: 330m (1100 ft). Base circumference: 9 km (5.6 miles). Also called: Ayers Rock
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She described how Zac and his girlfriend decided to travel to Australia on a one-year visa and spent months travelling to places like Ayres Rock, the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday Islands.
The profits from Voyages business activities and the Indigenous Land Corporation go towards supporting Indigenous training and employment across Australia, including Ayres Rock Resort at Uluru and Home Valley Station in Western Australias Kimberley region.
The Prince and Princess of Wales previously went to the iconic Ayres Rock in Australia.
The Bishop has been posting dozens of photos of his family's Christmas vacation in Australia, cavorting with kangaroos and climbing Ayres Rock. He travels with his wife, the Rev Kathy Kiuna, their three children - Vanessa, Stephanie and Jeremy -two grandchildren and their Australian and South African sons-in-law.
These, on loan to the museum, may be explored on the trust's website at www.derekwilliamstrust.org and include Michael Andrews' majestic 1987 acrylic on canvas The Cathedral, The Southern Faces/ Uluru (Ayres Rock).
VVGOOGLING a runner Uluru Park 5.45 Curragh Widely known as Australia's most natural icon, the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park contains both Uluru, also known as Ayres Rock, and Kata Tjuta, otherwise known as Mount Olga.
My grandad told us that his brother went to Australia, he brought a stone from Ireland with him and the heat expanded it into Ayres Rock.
He said: "I've even phoned from Ayres Rock for the result."
In Australia they will visit Sydney, home to Bondi beach, and enjoy a romantic walk at Australia's sacred Uluru or Ayres Rock.
I've been at the top of Ayres Rock, Table Mountain, at New Year's Eve in Rio or propping up a bar in the Hebrides, and there'll be someone saying, 'Hello, how you doing?
If some of the drives do seem just that bit too far, why not arrange some inbound flights in-between so the wonders of the Blue Mountains, Ayres Rock, Sydney and The Great Barrier Reef can all make an appearance on your itinerary.