Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name...more info
Queen of the WorldAbout 50m from the summit Charlize turned around and said to daddy I don't think I can go any more. She did extremely well and we're so proud of her
The end of our climbTo the joy of mummy (and slight interest from the younger sibling) we safely return to the bottom
Whatever you can do.....Not to be outdone, Scarlett makes her way up the rock until she gets to about 20m and decides that's enough.....there's no rule that says you have to actually get to the top!!!!
Uluru sitesThe many nooks an crannies constantly amazed us
It's a hard life!!Our rv neighbours told us that we could use all the facilities at all the other resorts. So we did. We had a great swim and lounge around at Sails in the Desert
Kata-TjutaThe artist formerly known as the Olgas. Spectacular!!