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Southern side of Uluru  
   

Southern side of Uluru

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory
Are You Ready to Rock?

September 12th 2020
On Wednesday morning I checked out of the hotel and had a couple of tasks to take care of before I left Coober Pedy. I needed fuel first, and then I had to visit the most useful vending machine in the outback. This may exist elsewhere, but it’s the only one I know of – a coin-operated water station. For just $1.00 you can get 30 litres of water. One of my jerry cans was nearly empty so I wante ... read more
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Australian Flag 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... ... read more
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13th September 2020

Southern side of Uluru
When we walked around Uluru years ago I was struck by the way the shape of the rock changed as we walked around it. Staggered really as the iconic view in photos is only from a viewing site by the road as one approaches. An absolute must to walk around the rock, David, and I note from your blog the walk is a warm 10 kms!!! Gives an idea how large the rock actually is.
16th September 2020

Spot on!
It's one of those things that can really only be appreciated by walking. Definitely worth the effort.
18th September 2020

Really nice photo
We loved our time at Uluru. The peace and serenity.

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