Georgia Dixon

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The view of Uluru that no one gets to see

The view of Uluru that no one gets to see

The view of Uluru has been featured on countless postcards, but for the first time we can view Australia’s most famous rock from a brand new perspective.

New drone footage, which you can see above, offers a view of the 600 million-year-old monolith that only birds would’ve been able to enjoy before now.

As the drone flies by Uluru we see an incredible, close-up view of the rock from waterholes to boulders and other features not normally picked up by tourists. Plus you see a jaw-dropping view of the surrounding area that will take your breath away.

The drone that took this footage was actually the first to be given permission to do so, operating under permit inside the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

Have you ever been to Uluru? How did you find the experience?

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Video credit: Facebook / Traveller

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