If you are thinking of making the journey to witness the incredible red rock Uluru in person, here are some facts you should know before you leave. Thousands of ___VISITORS___ to Australia go to see Uluru. Uluru is located west of the Simpson Desert 335 km southwest of Alice Springs. While some people believe it to be the largest monolith in the world, this title is ___ACTUALLY___ held by Mount Augustus in Western Australia.
Uluru is known to undergo a series of colour changes. These can be just subtle ___DIFFERENCES___ when it rains. However, the view undergoes amazing ___TRANSFORMATION___ when caught by the spectacular sunset rays. This is so partially because the surface of Uluru is full of ___UNUSUAL___ caves and holes due to millions of years of erosion.
Uluru is a sacred site to the indigenous people of the area, and guides ___DISCOURAGE___ tourists from climbing the rock.