Rain transforms Uluru in Australia’s red centre into majestic sight



In a rare event, a blanket of cloud and rain on the weekend covered Australia’s iconic Uluru — also known as Ayers Rock — in the Northern Territory.

Tourists in the area were able to capture images of the immense red rock as water began to cascade down its sides, and normally empty crevices were filled with water.

“It may happen a few times each year. The last time this happened was in January,” Monica Foster, a Central Australian tour guide told ABC News. “[Uluru] was completely covered in cloud. Kata Tjuta was just poking out the top.”

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