australia-NT : ayers & kakadu

ayers rock-sunrise
uluru/ayers rock-sunrise

I am a rock fan. The most expensive domestic flight I’ve ever done just to visit the rock!

ULURU-KATA TJUTA NATIONAL PARK

KATA TJUTA/THE OLGAS
KATA TJUTA/THE OLGAS
ayers rock from window seat

Rising out of the surrounding Central Australian desert, Uluru and Kata Tjuta dominate the landscape. The spectacular red rocks and domes are millions upon millions of years old. You’ll find Uluru and Kata Tjuta about 450 kilometres, or a four and a half hour drive from Alice Springs, the nearest major town.

– See more at: http://parksaustralia.gov.au/uluru/people-place/about.html#sthash.EtzGJFfq.dpuf

ULURU/AYERS ROCK

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KATA TJUTA/THE OLGAS

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trekking kata tjuta

74.George walk

 92.weird

89.meee

86a.Karingana
KARINGANA

DARWIN-KAKADU NATIONAL PARK

40.nabulwinjbulwinj-dangerous spirit who eats female after striking them with a yam
nabulwinjbulwinj-dangerous spirit who eats female after striking them with a yam

KAKADU NATIONAL PARK-NOURLANGIE

Burunggui (previously called Nourlangie Rock) is located in an outlying formation of the Arnhem Land Escarpment within the Kakadu National Park which is in the Northern Territory of Australia.  The word Nourlangie derives from the Gundjeihmi language placename Nawurlandja which is actually the name of a smaller rock outcrop at the Anbangbong billabong (wikipedia)

rock art

How old is Kakadu’s rock art? Our oldest paintings are up to 20,000 years old.

– See more at: http://parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/people/amazing-facts.html#sthash.QjMREzkP.dpuf

 

42.anbangbang gallery
anbangbang gallery

ALICE SPRING

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