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Water Cascades Down Australia's Iconic Uluru Amid Spell of Wet Weather

Sightseers at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park on June 22 were treated to the unusual sight of water flowing down the rocks after a band of rain hit eastern Australia.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Bureau of Meteorology recorded 10.2mm of rainfall at Yulara Airport, located approximately 26km north of Uluru.

Footage shared by Instagram user @missy.1981 shows rain falling as water cascades down the rocks at Uluru. Credit: missy.1981 via Storyful

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