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Uluru or Ayers Rock was a natural landform in Australia. It was a traditional tourist destination, though it was known to rightfully belong to the Aborigines. (PROSE: Invasion of the Cat-People) It was roughly four hundred fifty kilometres south-west of Barrow Creek. (PROSE: Three Steps to the Left)
Nate Simms once visited there during a series of visits to "part[s] of the continent that most Australian residents had never set foot in". He considered Uluru the "rightful" name of Ayers Rock. (PROSE: Invasion of the Cat-People)