Uluru Ayers Rock Powerpoint-Presentation by Lamija, Eric, Antonia, and Finn Table of Contents: 1. General facts 2. Geography 3. Map 4. Geology 5. Aborigines 6. History 7. Legends 8. About the sight 9. Information for tourists General Facts Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, was named by Europeans in 1873. William Gosse gave it its title after Sir Henry Ayers, the Chief Secretary of South Australia at the time. It was originally formed under the ocean and gradually hardened over the course of thousands of years. It is estimated to be around 600 million years old and is a holy place for Aboriginal Australians. It is also a typical sight for many tourists. Geography Uluru is located in the southwestern corner of Australia's Northern Territory, in the Western Desert, in the middle of Australia. Geologists say that Uluru is close to the center of Australia and is best accessed from the city of Alice Springs, which is 450 km away. It rises 348m above the plain and more than 860m above sea level. The climate has daytime temperatures that can be lovely and nice in winter, but at night time, it can drop below zero. In the summer, the temperature can reach as much as 45 Celsius. Map Insert map here. Geology Uluru is estimated to be around 600 million years old and was formed under the ocean. It gradually hardened over the course of thousands of years. Aborigines Uluru is a holy place for Aboriginal Australians. History No changes needed. Legends No changes needed. About the Sight The site of the rock is named "the brain". Insert photo of the rock here. Information for Tourists No changes needed.
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