Stars above Ayers Rock

Stunning new timelapse video of Uluru

If a picture paints a thousand words, how many can a time-lapse video paint? Answer: Many, many more.

Captured in new stunning time-lapse footage witness the magic of Uluru and Kata Tjuta as day slowly turns to night. Be taken on a journey of duality, through a seemingly barren landscape filled with a generous spiritual heart, experience the ever-changing colours of the desert, and observe the ochre-red dunes set against the large and immersive geological formations more than 300 million years old.

 

 

Uluru and Kata Tjuta’s Indigenous culture dates back to more than 30,000 years ago, but the mystical essence of the land is very much felt today and spreads through all 327,414 acres of the National Park. This unique landscape, vast, remote and transformative, can be explained by the sacred stories of the Tjukurpa, the lore that explains and governs Anangu life.

Whether it is the spiritual soul of the land, or the sheer natural beauty that astounds, you’re guaranteed to be left speechless.