2014-02-01

Uluru Waterfalls: Ayers Rock Fall

The Large sandstone formation is called Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. The southern part of the Northern Territory of central Australia. It's lies 335 Km southwest of the nearest large town, Alice Springs, 462 km by road. The huge Sandstone rock formation in Australia is amazing; these amazing captures of waterfalls found in Uluru or Ayers Rock at Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park sure add more fascination to trekking on these huge Sandstone rocks. 

The crevasses are due to erosion, primarily by water. Although it is a dry region, the large area of these domes collects rainwater, which runs through the steep waterfalls during rain. More than 50 millimeters of rain fell in the Uluru Kata-Tjuta Park in Central Australia, creating waterfalls off the famous monolith.

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Uluru Waterfalls


Uluru (or Ayers Rock) is one of the most famous and well-known large rock formations in the world. It is an amazing Australian sightseeing destination. It offers a spectacular view to all who visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, especially during sunsets. Uluru is more than 600 million years old. This makes it one of the oldest rocks in existence today.

It only rains in the area a few times a year due to the climate. Those who have the opportunity to see it rain are often awestruck by its beauty. The large amounts of water that runoff from the rock's top create the illusion of small waterfalls after each storm. The rock's color changes from grey to a variety of colors depending on how wet it is.

The show is short-lived so tourists rush to snap photos and enjoy it. It is, according to most, an unforgettable experience. There are many seemingly small waterfalls that flow down to the bottom.

Ayers Rock is located over 300 km from Alice Springs, the nearest major city. Extreme temperatures can reach 40 degrees Celsius in this area if it doesn't rain. The number of tourists visiting the area is increasing because of unique plants and animals like the rock wallaby.

Kerrie Bennison is the Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park manager. She has worked there for more than 8 years. She claims that you don't see this site often and only a few times per year if your luck is good.

Uluru in the Rain


Australia's Uluru is a quartz block with a tight structure; due to wind and rain erosion, the stone surface becomes smooth and flat. Ayers rock of Australia always change color due to the characteristics of lava formed, with different angles will give different colors. what color is Uluru at night — In the morning at dawn, the mountain is light red. At midday, it will be orange-red. At sunset, it is crimson, even turning purple. When the night has fallen, the stone is golden brown, immersing in the special natural sky. In particular, when it rains heavily or has just stopped rainingUluru mountain has a silver ash color, mixed with a bit of black like a leopard lying on the sand.

First Image by Flickr User Tom McShane
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Uluru
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Ayers rock
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Australia Uluru
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Australia's Uluru
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Australian Uluru
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Ayers rock of Australia
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Australia's Ayers rock
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