That's where all the Austrian momster come
Why so dramatic?
Can people go inside it?
Uluru is also known as Ayers rock. It is at least 34 bananas big.
So when go boom? Boom boom go? Or no boom?
I live near here. I have never bothered to go visit it, maybe I should now.
Millions of years.... Poor soul
That’s the thing, having such a large area makes it almost seems like just a small mountain range. The lire of Uluru is the stark relief of a giant rock jutting out of the ground, flat all around.
South Australia has a lot of geological wonders. I live 10 mins from Hallet Cove and we have this... What you're looking at is millions of years worth of sediment from a prehistoric lake bed. Some say that each centimetre of this feature is a thousand year's worth of sediment
St Mary's peak is the highest point in the area