Ayers Rock is also called Uluru which is the original name used by the Aboriginals.
The large red rock in central Australia has become the most well known landmark of Australia.
The rock is the largest monolith in the world. It rises 348 metres above the surrounding area and is almost 9km. around the base.
Some sites (even Wikipedia) claims that Augustus another rockformation in Australia is the largest, but Augustus is not a monolith, it is a monocline
To climb Uluru takes 2 hours along the 1.6 km track. The local community are against it as they consider the rock as being of important spiritual significance.
Many tourists however which to do it, but it is a steep climb which many has to give up.
Paul Iliffe is with his website World in Motion VR starting a tour around the world to do VR Photography from famous Landmarks and amazing places.
Take a look at his Timelaps panoramas.
A new and very interesting approach in VR Photography
Uluri - Kata Tjuta National Park