When the heavy rains in the Northern Territory, Australia’s rainy season, it not only refreshes the desert vegetation but also refreshes them. It also causes huge amounts of rainwater to flow down the giant rock of Uluru, forming a series of tiny waterfalls, with only the lucky 1% of visitors able to experience it for themselves.
The Uluru Rock is a large rock outcropping from the ground that can be seen more than 100 meters away. It measures 348 meters in height and 9 km in circumference at the base. It is the largest single rock in the world. word