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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Checking off a big bucket list item — visiting the centre of Australia and seeing the big red rock. Uluru (native name for Ayers Rock) is in the Northern Territory. We stayed at the Desert Gardens Hotel (https://www.ayersrockresort.com.au/accommodation/desert-gardens-hotel?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI8fedgJz83gIVk3ZgCh1fLwAaEAAYASAAEgI0Q_D_BwE)and booked everything through AAT. We also ate a lot of Clif Bars (so shout out to them for keeping us fueled). WHY I MOVED TO AUSTRALIA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkYVe1-8tEI LAST VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqJfNt1XOyM&t=80s FOLLOW ME: INSTAGRAM • http://instagram.com/madison_mcghee TWITTER • http://twitter.com/madison_mcghee FACEBOOK • http://facebook.com/madisonmcgheetv Video Rating: / 5

6 Comments

  • Wayne Neill 1 week ago

    Want to go there but only in the cooler months,thanks for the tip about the flies though.Oh there's a song called Big Red Rock by an Australian band called Ayers Rock, it's on YouTube.real old school,yes l am that old.

  • Brett Williamson 1 week ago

    That's some tough – but beautiful – old landscape.

  • miz_eMMM M 1 week ago

    Did you spend any time in Darwin? We moved here in Jan (military posting) and it's a little bonkers how different it is from the rest of Australia (well the East coast anyway). We're hoping to do Uluru before we post out in 3 years

  • Dave S 1 week ago

    btw if youve been to the red center you must've heard the classic "The Dead Heart" by Midnight Oil https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16bFBzx7I_0 (Midnight Oil recorded "The Dead Heart" for the handing back ceremony of Uluru (Ayers Rock) to its traditional Aboriginal owners.)
    "We carry in our hearts the true country, and that cannot be stolen… we follow in the steps of our ancestry, and that cannot be broken"

  • Dave S 1 week ago

    2:06 Thorny Devil! what a lil beauty

  • Olivia Siggers 1 week ago

    I went to Central Australia for my school camp a few months ago and we did the King's Canyon walk as well! I loved it, one of the highlights of the trip. Loved the video!

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