It’s really stunning that small waterfalls cover Uluru. And still more stunning that most visitors to Uluru will never get a chance to witness. Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in central Australia, and one of the most recognizable natural landmarks of the country. The 348 meters-high sandstone formation looks the most wonderful during sunrise and sunset when the fiery red sun is reflected off its surface – a sight that many tourists yearn to view, but the real spectacle occurs in summer when the region experiences heavy rains.
It is estimated that only 1% of the visitors to Uluru get the chance to witness waterfalls flowing from the rock. You’re lucky here! (Via)