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A controversial decision, it did not pass without protest from the Northern Territory Government, tourism interests and Aboriginal people. The National Museum of Australia acknowledges First Australians and recognises their continuous connection to country, community and culture. Symbols of Australia Uluru. From the centre of Australia. Bone china saucer, about , Royal Stafford, England. Credit: AAP. The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park board voted unanimously in to ban the climb from next Saturday, 34 years to the day since the land was handed back to its traditional owners.
The park's traditional owners, the Anangu people, are excited to mark the end of a decades-long fight to close the climb. Tourists observe the sun setting from the dedicated sunset area near Uluru on October Confirmation of the date of the ban has drawn people to the park. And despite fears that closing the climb would destroy tourism in the area, operators are optimistic about their prospects for the remainder of the year.
Lake Eyre filled with water this year as well - so many, many more are going up the centre.
Everyone was saying 'ah it's going to be a disaster when the climb closes', but that's not going to happen. Lyndee Severin, who runs a million acre cattle station kilometres from Uluru with an accommodation business on the side, said although she had fewer November bookings than October bookings, there were signs the Central Australian tourism sector will cash in on the Uluru controversy for years to come.
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