Uluru (Ayers rock) base walk

We took the kids for a 9.5km walk around the base of Ayers rock in Sept 2010. The walk seemed a lot longer than 9.5 km’s, but it was worth every step.

We loved being able to walk around and see Uluru from up close as we had only ever seen photos of it from a distance. The colours and texture of the rock up close are amazing to see.

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

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Capturing The Timeless. Jarrad is a photographer, travelling Australia since 2009 with his wife and four children.

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  1. The photos are stunning! I have seen lots of photos of Uluru from a distance but I have never seen close up shots like this before – loved them!
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  2. Gorgeous pics of a gorgeous rock!
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  3. Uluru close up is so much more incredible than from a distance. Love the colours!
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  4. Wow! Everytime I see amazing outback photos I get more and more excited to visit!
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  5. wow…absolutely stunning. I have never seen the rock from this vantage point before. Thanks for sharing!
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  6. Jess and Brandon from Watch Me Wander
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    Amazing place. The photos are stunning. I never saw such beauty and perfection. Uluru is a perfect place.
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