Uluru as you've never seen it

Experience the beauty of Australia's 'Red Centre' in this film

Sunrise At Uluru In Australia's Northern Territory

This timelapse footage of Australia's most famous landmark, Uluru, gives viewers just a glimpse of this incredible wonder of the world.

The video was shot by photographer Kartikeya Sharma who spent several months practising photography techniques before shooting the sequence of day and night shots.

The night sequences within the footage are particularly spectacular, with clear views of the spiralling Milky Way galaxy.

Uluru a listed World Heritage site and is 3.6 km long and 1.9 km wide. The name Uluru comes from the local Pitjantjatjara people, who make up part of the Aboriginal population of Central Australia.

August and September are the best months to visit Uluru as the temperatures become slightly cooler. Those looking to visit the area have the opportunity to take part in a variety of tours including canyon hikes, experiencing Aboriginal artwork and sleeping under the stars.

Amazing time-lapse photos: Stunning Australian skies

Amazing time-lapse photos: Stunning Australian skies

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