Known for its red color at sunrise and sunset, Uluru changes color throughout the day.
Homes in Coober Pedy, referred to as “dugouts” by the locals, lie underground to escape the immense heat with temps rising to 127 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade during the summer.
Spectacular views can be seen from Mt. Sonder, the highest mountain in the Northern Territory, part of the West MacDonnell Ranges only 90 min from Alice Springs.
Kings Canyon offers spectacular red cliff walls and lush waterfalls for some memorable hikes in this Australian national park.
Unlike the monolith Uluru, the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta cover 20 sq kilometers making an impressive sight as you approach.
Kakadu National Park
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Maguk Gorge, formerly known as Barramundi Gorge, named for one of the most popular fish in the area, flows into a pristine pool surrounded by rainforest – a refreshing sight in Australia’s Outback.