- "What a grand sight this must present in the wet season; waterfalls in every direction!"
- –William Gosse
Uluru is a single-tile impassable Natural Wonder available in Civilization VI with the Australia Civilization & Scenario Pack. Uluru occupies a Desert tile, and provides +2 Culture, +2 Faith, and +4 Appeal to each adjacent tile.
Despite its appearance and Civilopedia description, Uluru is not considered a Mountain in-game.
Like other impassable wonders, the Uluru tile offers no benefits, and cannot be developed or improved. However, Uluru provides +2 Culture and +2 Faith to up to six adjacent tiles; these yields are cumulatively worth considerably more than the dead tile. It is usually worth incorporating single-tile wonders within city borders to maximize their yields.
The massive sandstone formation at Australia's geographical center is an inselberg—an "island of rock" emerging from the surrounding flat bushlands. Known as Uluru to the Aboriginal people of the area, it has held cultural and spiritual significance to the Anangu people for countless generations. In 1873 a colonial explorer called it “Ayers Rock” in honor of colonial functionary Henry Ayers, whose greatest accomplishment was having his name applied to a large rock that already had a name. Uluru is known for its natural beauty and shifting colors, especially apparent at dawn and dusk.
- Uluru can be found in the Outback Tycoon scenario map, although its location is randomly generated.
- Uluru is the only wonder to provide +4 Appeal to adjacent tiles (outside of Gathering Storm, in which the Cliffs of Dover also provide such a bonus).