Australia's Red Centre is the soulful heart of a nation. As rich in symbolism and sacred sites () as in the colours of its red sands and ochre-hued escarpments, the Red Centre is a world all its own. This is unmistakably Aboriginal land, the land of the Anangu and the Pintupi. Attractions here line up like a roll-call of the outback's appeal: Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon, the West MacDonnell Ranges, to name just four. But visiting here is about so much more. There is gravitas at every turn and not just in the landscapes: out here, it's just as much about quiet encounters with the Aboriginal custodians of the land, learning to look at the world in a whole new way through the paintings of countless Indigenous art centres and galleries, and encountering Australia's signature wildlife, all in a world of wild and desolate beauty.