The cultural significance behind the Uluru climbing ban

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  • Lisa Hutton says:

    It is about time and should have happened a long time ago. I was able to visit this past January – magical and a ✅ off my bucket list ❤️

  • Patricia Benjamin says:

    Absolutely delighted at the prospect of Uluru sans climbers. I experienced a wonderful peaceful 2 1/2 hour walk around Uluru which is clearly signposted and has information about each area. Remember to carry 2 litres of water. It’s hot out there.

  • Patricia Benjamin says:

    Absolutely delighted at this decision to ban climbers. I delighted in a 2 1/2 hour walk around this majestic dome. It was informative and fascinating and well signposted. Remember your 2 litres of water and a hat. It’s hot out there.

  • Kris says:

    We travelled there with our van and spent 3 magical days near Uluru in 2017. The Rangers Marla walk around the base of the rock was something I won’t forget. To learn the history and cultural significance of the rock from an indigenous perspective makes you question why you would consider climbing it. Such an amazing thing and sunrise and sunset are beautiful beyond description.