We (and hundreds of other tourists, I'm not joking) sent to see the sunset colour on Uluru last night and it happened to coincide with a moonrise as well. And then today we hired bikes and rode around the rock on the walking track. We had both forgotten just how immense Uluru is.
Done with the cliche. Now for the interesting stuff. There is a lot to see and do at Uluru.
|We ate our sandwiches while we were entertained by the climbers trying to descend.|
|It's a great way to circumnavigate Uluru.|
|Tawny Frogmouths gave away their position by hooting quietly.|
|These marvellous seats have been installed at both Kata Tjuta and Uluru.|
|Desert Sheoaks of various ages.|
|Just mucking around with reflections in our kettle. Uluru in the background.|
|Uluru and Kata Tjuta|