Uluru-kata-Tjuta national park, Australia

Covering more than 500 square miles this national park is not small. Uluru, or Ayers rock, is the most well-known landmark in the northern Territories and arguably the whole of Australia. This huge sandstone rock is 348 metres high and has a total circumference of 9.4 kilometres.

Animals found in the local area include red kangaroos, dingoes , hopping mice, horses, camels , the thorny devil and many other reptile species as well as a host of birds. Including flocks of zebra finches black faced woodswallows and little woodswallows, along with white plumed honeyeaters, grey headed honeyeaters and various budgies species.

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