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Do you agree with calls to reopen Uluru climb to kickstart Northern Territory tourism hit by coronavirus?

By Scarlet . Created on 16 May, 2020
Current Affairs 127 votes | 9 Comments
NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED

NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED

YES REOPEN CLIMB

YES REOPEN CLIMB

I REALLY DON'T CARE

I REALLY DON'T CARE

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NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED
Scarlet said 7 days ago
The Indigenous people own that land & people should have more respect for the choices they make concerning their land. In 2017, the board of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park voted unanimously to end the climb because of the spiritual significance of the site, as well as for safety and environmental reasons. One Anangu man told the BBC that Uluru was a "very sacred place, [it's] like our church".
NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED
Teoni said 7 days ago
I visited Uluru without climbing and enjoyed it just fine. Would you go to Rome and complain about not being able to bathe in the Trevi Fountain? Travel is a privilege not a right if you have means and ability to travel you are already in a privileged class and yet you expect tourist sites to bow down to your every whim. Stop taking that privilege for granted a be grateful that you can visit such places at all. Ther...
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Alec said 3 weeks ago
Yes there should always be available to all Australians to all races
NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED
Dianne said 3 weeks ago
It is sacred ground, keep it closed
YES REOPEN CLIMB
Angie said a week ago
Only sacred thing is the money the so called indigenous get for charging people to climb it.
Ron lobegeiger said 3 weeks ago
No, keep it closed. People don't climb all over Churchs and other such Sites. There are many, many other areas in the Territory that are more interesting and beautiful to see.
YES REOPEN CLIMB
Grant said a week ago
It is a rock - bit different than a church.
NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED
Teoni said 7 days ago
To you it is a rock, just like I could say a church is a just fancy looking building.
YES REOPEN CLIMB
Debra said 3 weeks ago
Yes as it would mean a lot more people would visit and that would mean more money spent in the area and more work available for people who live there. Restrictions should apply.
YES REOPEN CLIMB
Harley said 3 weeks ago
we all own the land. I have climbed it and the aborigines had been insulting and foul mouthed to german women tourists, I can recall all the foul words as though it was yesterday
YES REOPEN CLIMB
Harley said 3 weeks ago
who said it is disrespectful, the aboes are just trying generate momentum on an ego trip
NO KEEP CLIMB CLOSED
JellyKat said 3 weeks ago
It is disrespectful to the indigenous australians to climb it. There are plenty of other things to do and see in Northern Territory.
YES REOPEN CLIMB
Esmeralda said a week ago
Majority Rules - Population of Australia - 22 million. Indigenous population at last Census - 328,000