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|10 things you didn't know about Uluru & Kata Tjuta25|
Learn about Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, home to two of Australia's most iconic landmarks – Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas)
|Artwork of Central Australia4|
From thought-provoking acrylic landscapes to traditional wood carvings stemming from dreamtime stories, the Red Centre influences artists in unique and varied ways
|Dine under a million stars 4|
At the Sounds of Silence restaurant in Central Australia, you can dine in the desert, under the brilliant skies of the Southern Hemisphere
|Family journey to the Red Centre3|
Uluru has long been on our ‘to do’ list, so this year we decided to take our family out to the Red Centre.
|Red Centre Goes Green3|
One of the biggest surprises of a trip to Australia's Outback is how green it can be!
|An Uluru sunrise has never looked better3|
The Red Centre plays hosts to some of the most spectacular sunrises, but your viewing stage comes in many forms and sizes.
|Experience the Red Centre in style3|
Longitude 131° is a luxury wilderness camp near Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
|Travel to Aboriginal Australia2|
Aboriginal settlement of Australia has been traced back more than 50,000 years. Early peoples have left us a rich and diverse legacy, mainly taking the form of rock and cave paintings, carvings and engravings, and collections of artefacts.
|The 'magic hour' at Kata Tjuta2|
The little-known site of Kata Tjuta, 30 kilometres west of Uluru, boats a spectacular sunset well worth the trip
|Northern and Centre Australia Road Trip1|
Australia's tropical Top End and sunbaked Red Centre encompass some of the continent's most magnificent scenery, ranging from the wildlife-rich wetlands of Kakadu to the chasms and and cataracts of Katherine Gorge and the astonishing, iconic landforms of
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