Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us’

Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

But this rock means everything to us Anangu.» Pamela Taylor stares up at the mighty rock. She is one of the traditional owners of Uluru and a holder of the ancient sacred stories that are

Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

“When tourists come they just see this one big beautiful rock in the centre of Australia. But this rock means everything to us Anangu.” Pamela Taylor stares up at the mighty rock. She is one of the traditional owners of Uluru and a holder of the ancient sacred stories that are enshrined within it.

Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

Image caption Traditional owner Pamela Taylor says Uluru holds many stories For decades the Anangu people in central Australia have asked tourists not to climb Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, because of its sacred value. From next year, scaling the giant monolith will be banned. The BBC’s Rebecca Henschke reports on why the rock […]

Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

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Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us’

Image caption Traditional owner Pamela Taylor says Uluru holds many stories. For decades the Anangu people in central Australia have asked tourists not to climb Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, because of its sacred value.

Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

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Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

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Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

For decades the Anangu people in central Australia have asked tourists not to climb Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, because of its sacred value.

Banning the Uluru climb: ‘This rock means everything to us

For decades the Anangu people in central Australia have asked tourists not to climb Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, because of its sacred value. From next year, scaling the giant monolith

Why we are banning tourists from climbing Uluru

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board of management has this week announced that tourists will be banned from climbing Uluru from 2019. Sammy Wilson, chairman of the park board, explains why.