The song used in this video is called Epilogue, and it was created by the artist, Terra Ferma. The song can be found on Terra Ferma's album, The Adventures of...
This video presents scenes of Uluru which is in the heart of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
This incredible sandstone formation stands 348 meters high, which is 1,142 feet, and the rest of the rock is estimated to be penetrating five kilometers under the ground. Uluru is gigantic, and to give you a better sense, it measures 9.4 kilometers in circumference, 5.8 miles. It is so beautiful and wonderful, what a sight it truly is.
Uluru has long been established as a place of immense ceremonial and cultural significance to a number of Aboriginal tribes. Archeological evidence suggests that Aboriginal people have lived in Uluru for at least 22,000 years. The local Anangu people do not climb Uluru because of its great relationship to their culture. They request that visitors not climb the rock, partly due to the path crossing a sacred traditional Dreamtime track, and also due to a sense of responsibility for the safety of visitors to their land, for it is a very treacherous climb.
The Aṉangu know that they have a spiritual connection to Uluru, and feel immense sorrow when a person dies or is injured whilst climbing such an incredibly sacred location. Please do not climb Uluru unless you are ordered to do so.
Note: Uluru is also known as Ayers Rock.