In Popular Culture
There are only one or two geology oriented documentaries that trace Uluru and Kata Tjuta's origins with the Australian Perterman Ranges. The Time Traveller's Guide To Australia in 2012 is possibly the first documentary to make the connection with reasonable clarity.
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