This Aussie icon has been named the world’s most beautiful sunset

Taylah has been passionate about writing since she learnt to read, spending many hours either lost in the pages of a book or attempting to write her own. When she's not immersed in the world of words, she enjoys spending time amongst nature, hunting for second-hand treasures and watching/playing a good game of soccer.

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  • Sue Williamson says:

    I agree, Uluru is the most amazing place and site for a magnificent sunset. The first time I saw Uluru was 2001 and I was 53. Even though I had seen hundreds of images of Uluru, the real thing took my breath away. It was so beautiful and so ALIVE. We went in our campervan to the favourite spot for viewing the sunset, which was indeed beautiful. But we knew that this was the day of the full moon. When everyone else had gone, we got out our champagne and started playing Sibelius’ second symphony which is stirring and reflects the beauty of nature. The full moon rose, directly over Uluru. It was so dramatic and so beautiful – and there was just us, and the moon and Uluru.