Ayer's Rock (Uluru) is a sacred site to the Aborigines, and the Heart of Australia. It's the Red Centre, and just rises out of nowhere.
Kata Tjuta (kata choota) is also sacred land. It's also known as the Olgas, and is 40km from Ayer's Rock.
On our way to Ayer's Rock, we stopped at Henbury, to see ancient meteorite craters. You might not be able to make out the craters, but you can really get a feeling for the outback.
The ranges in the outback are some of the oldest rocks in the world. These are the MacDonnell ranges outside of Alice Springs.
Just a pretty sunset from Alice Springs.