Visiting Uluru may be all about sunset and sunrise for some, but many people are enthralled by the extraordinary beauty of Uluru which is not there in every day’s life. When it is not obscured by pollution and artificial light, they have forgotten the brilliance of the night sky and rediscover a delight in the stars.
A Lit Night:
Most visitors are attracted to Uluru and Kata Tjuta: two extraordinary natural formations of profound spiritual significance to the Anangu people. If you never fully grasped the concept of the relationship between Australia’s indigenous peoples and the land, a visit to this place is a life-changing beginning.
Star Gazing Is So Perfect
Stargazing is the main nighttime activity in and around the National Park of Uluru – Kata Tjuta. The night sky is truly amazing in central Australia. Like it or not, you’re going to be filled with Awe. You will be hypnotized completely by a few minutes after looking at the night sky.
The Best Place to View the Stars in Australia:
The Red Center is one of Australia’s best places to watch the stars. Because of its low humidity, lack of light pollution and clear night skies, a perfect view has no barrier. Whether you’re just taking a walk to an Ayers Rock Resort viewing platform, booking a stargazing session or a dinner in the dunes, the stars make their amazing nightly appearance all time.
The fascinating experience of star gazing:
Sky above Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of the world’s most impressive stargaze skies. The reason is that there is no artificial light in the Australian outback that could interfere with the dark night skin. As we look at a visual puzzle, we begin to see that some of the most powerful stories represented by the shapes in the spaces between the stars.