A ‘unique’ sight: Rain brings waterfall to Australia’s Uluru


Uluru, one of Australia’s most recognisable landmarks and UNESCO world heritage sites, received 46mm of rain over the weekend, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park staff said on social media.

Tourists flocked to the national part to catch a glimpse of the rare phenomenon on Wednesday.

In a social media post, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park staff said: “Over the weekend Uluru received more than 46mm of rain.

“The unique and extraordinary weather event saw tourists and locals alike flocking to the National Park to get a glimpse of the full flowing waterfalls.

“As the temperature drops and a fog encompasses Uluru, the arid desert explodes with colour and life.





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