Ayers Rock – Uluru Destination Wedding Photography
If you’ve never been to Uluru, you should go and see the Ayers Rock for yourself. It is nothing like the postcards. The Rock is huge. Its 348 meters high, Higher than the Sydney Centre Point Tower. It would take 45 minutes to climb it and several hours to walk around the base.
It changes its colour during the day. It was red, orange and purple for us. You get this different feeling when standing next to it. There is something in the air there that can make you happy and even cry. This is exactly, what Sarah told me when we were heading there for their pre-wedding shoot.
Sarah and Wade are in love with Uluru. It takes a lot of time, effort and nerve to plan a wedding at Ayers Rock and invite your best friends for an unforgettable adventure. Besides Ayers Rock, there are other great things to do in the area. Things like Camel riding at dawn, flying the helicopter at dusk, get to know more about old Aboriginal cultures and there is one more thing called, Sounds of Silence. This is a romantic dining experience under a million stars as the sun sets over Ayers Rock.
The idea was to have their wedding ceremony on one of the sand dunes with the view of the Rock. Their wedding reception would have been Sounds of Silence. Guess what, It didn’t happen. It rained on their wedding day and it rains only five times a year over there. But still, Sarah & Wade made it memorable for every single person present.
For those who are planning to visit The Red Centre
If you are planing to visit Uluru and the surrounding areas, you need to check out this detailed Travel Guide by Bookmundi.
They offer advice on places of attraction, tour packages, permits and more.