Which Australian landmark was once known as Ayers Rock?
The massive sandstone rock formation Uluru is sacred to the Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory. When the Europeans arrived in the 1870s, they named it after Sir Henry Ayers,
but its name has since been restored to a local family name to reflect the Pitjantjatjara dialect. Uluru is now protected in a national park, preserving the land and the generations of stories around it.
Answer: The correct answer is Uluru