Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a giant brown-red sandstone formation in the middle of Australian outback. It is a sacred rock having significant spiritual meaning to the Aboriginal natives. The huge rock formation rises from the land out of the surrounding landscape and has extraordinary reflections of colors at dawn and dusk. The area is filled with wild life including horses, dingoes, and lizards. For visitors, climbing Uluru is off limits due to the spiritual significance.

To visit, make your way to Connellan Airport, adn take the three-and-a-half-hour airplane ride from Sydney. Renting a car is recommended as it allows you to visit the area much easier to see the breathtaking views and wildlife. Visiting it is quiet and peaceful, locals are friendly, and the trip has created life time memories for many from around the world. Go see the Australian outback, even if only for a few days. Hike the Kata Tjuta, explore Kings Canyon, and watch the sunset at Uluru. Don't forget your camera, the experience is awesome!