Uluru is one of Australia’s best-known attractions. The world’s largest monolith is sacred to indigenous Australians and is thought to have started forming around 550 million years ago.
Coober Pedy is sometimes referred to as the “opal capital of the world” because of the abundance of precious opals that are mined there. It is also well-known for its underground presence, with many building constructed below the ground to restrict the sweltering heat.
Lake Eyre contains the lowest natural point in Australia, at approximately 15 metres below sea level. The lake takes on a pink colour when saturated due to the presence of beta-carotene pigment caused by algae.
Kings Canyon is a canyon in the Northern Territory, located at the western end of the George Gill Range, about 323 kilometres southwest of Alice Springs in the Watarrka National Park. There are 3 different walks tourists can complete to see its beauty.
Port Augusta was formerly a seaport but is not a road traffic and railway junction city mainly located on the east coast of the Spencer Gulf immediately south of the gulf’s head and about 322 kilometres north of Adelaide.